Private porches and expansive decks with lush valley views await at Tree-Top Hideaway.
Enjoy views of the lush Carolina Valley while swinging in a hammock on one of three spacious decks at Tree-Top Hideaway.
This three bedroom, three bathroom converted container home nestled on a secluded hillside in Estate Carolina is for sale for $450,000, explained Islandia Real Estate sales associate Jane Kelly.
In the face of daunting construction costs, Tree-Top Hideaway offers a buyer the ability to think — and live — outside the box, explained Kelly.
“Tree-Top Hideaway is the answer to a number of home buyers’ needs,” said Kelly.
And the home’s use of converted containers is quickly catching on with progressive builders around the world, Kelly added.
“The preeminent, cutting edge architectural magazine ‘Dwell’ has had some great feature stories on converted container homes,” she said.
With three bedrooms and three bathrooms spaced out over three separate containers converted into “pod” type living areas, Tree-Top Hideaway offers a variety of options for a home owner, Kelly explained.
“Tree-Top Hideaway is designed for the buyer who is looking for an affordable, move-in ready house for themselves,” said the Islandia Real Estate sales associate. “The home would also be ideal or to live in one pod and rent out the other two. Or an owner could short-term rental all three units because each ‘pod’ has its own bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom, screened-in porches and dynamite decks.”
Built to withstand hurricane-force winds, the unconventional Tree-Top Hideaway design makes perfect sense for tropical living.
Pod one contains two bedrooms and one bathroom along with two day beds to accommodate additional guests. Both pods two and three offer one bedroom and a single bathroom along with daybeds found in their individual screened-in porch areas.
Each pod also offers private decks and their own kitchen and dining area spaces.
Also, find concrete counters, windows and doors in pristine condition as well as colorful Adirondack chairs awaiting at Tree-Top Hideaway.
Whether looking for a tropical oasis for your own family or hoping to off-set the costs of St. John homownership by short-term renting all three units, Tree-Top Hideaway could be the perfect affordable property for the right person, Kelly explained.
“Tree-Top Hideaway is in pristine condition,” said the Islandia Real Estate sales associate. “ And it fulfills the need that the closing of Maho presents.”
For more information on Tree-Top Hideaway, call Kelly at Islandia Real Estate at (340) 776-6666 or on her cell at (941) 544-5855.