Introducing 4103 Sound Drive, an architectural masterpiece overlooking the Bogue Sound and the Intracoastal Waterway. Precision craftsmanship abounds in this one-of-a-kind custom-built home designed by architects Jay Hood and Jay Horton and built by Bob Worthington in 2018. Situated among live oaks on a high bluff along the Bogue Sound with access to a private dock with three watercraft lifts providing convenient access to the Beaufort Inlet and the Atlantic Ocean. Attention to detail can been seen at every turn starting with old-growth Live Oak harvested in the late 1700s in Georgia to build the U.S. Constitution (Old Iron Sides), hand-hewn Hemlock Amish barn timbers from the nineteenth century in the entry and living room, Pecky Cypress beams in several locations in the home, reclaimed hickory floors throughout much of the second floor, heated stained concrete floors throughout much of the first floor, the library has 100+-year-old tobacco barn timbers, interior doors are eight-foot with five-panel Alder, steam shower in the master bathroom, Italian Carrara marble in the master bathroom and kitchen, granite used elsewhere in the home, 800-bottle climate-controlled wine room, Thermador appliances in the kitchen, 12-foot ceilings in the living area and kitchen, 11-foot ceilings in the library on the second floor, vaulted ceilings in the master bedroom, 10-foot ceilings throughout the balance of the second floor, heavy steel frame construction on the first floor bolted to the foundation and anchored in steel reinforced concrete, elevator, 20 kW generator, 7 kW solar panels, 2-car garage with separate garage door for golf cart storage with wood plank walls, steel and concrete safe room on the first floor, safe room on the second floor in the master closet, an electromagnetically shielded room on the second floor. Exterior features include a well for irrigation, landscaping lighting, and Lutron sound system. The master suite offers spectacular views of the vaulted ceilings with handmade ceiling trusses, reclaimed hickory floors, handmade fireplace riser, three crystal chandeliers, and a balcony nestled in Live Oaks. The master bathroom features Italian Carrara marble, custom Cherry cabinets, glass steam shower, bath towel warmers, as well as a safe room in the master closet. Exterior features include majestic Live Oaks with branches laden with Spanish moss, panoramic views of the Intracoastal Waterway, and a private dock with three watercraft lifts providing quick access to the Beaufort Inlet and Atlantic Ocean.
Listing courtesy of Landmark Sotheby's International Realty.
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