Located on beautiful and bountiful Store Creek, this spacious Edisto Island home with deep water access is waiting for you and your family to enjoy. DeCreek House (3BR/2.5BA – 1K, 1Q, 1D, 2DB w/ T – Sleeps 10) was built in the late 1960s and has been mainly a private residence for the original family ever since. Upon entering this beautiful island retreat, you will see many traces of a family that has loved this house and its location as well as several modern updates and conveniences that will ensure your group feels right at home. Whether you enjoy boating, bird watching, crabbing, fishing, kayaking, or just a spectacular view of Edisto’s beauty the vantage points from all angles of the expansive three acres and covered pier head on your private dock are nothing short of awe-inspiring. If boating is on your vacation agenda, take advantage of the shared boat landing just steps from the house and park multiple boats at the large deep-water dock. Bring your fishing poles and crab traps and cook your day’s catch in the well-equipped kitchen while taking in the rich sunsets and scenes of the salt marsh that many species of birds and wildlife call home. The roomy single-story floor plan with comfortable bed arrangements allows for guests of all ages to spread out, but still gather to enjoy a movie, ballgame, or favorite TV show in one of the two living areas. For the beach lovers in your group, this home is situated a short seven-mile drive from the sandy beach for those that want to take in the glorious southern sun. Don’t forget your cameras and reignite your love of the outdoors. All you need is waiting for you. Take a break from the daily grind, come on down, and get on island time. No Smoking. No Pets. No Internet Access.
**Please note that the second structure on the property is for family use only. Though you may see occupants they will not disturb your stay nor use of the dock and/or shared boat ramp. The dock that is permitted for guest use is the main/larger dock with a pier head. The small dock closest to the shared boat ramp is private property.**