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Voted The #1 Travel Destination In The World!!

Ladson, SC, USA
  • House1209 sqft
  • Bedrooms3
  • Sleeps8
  • Bathrooms1
  • Half Baths2
  • Minimum Stay1 - 2 nights

Newly renovated 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath brick home close to everything!

This is a self check in home via electronic lock. In fact you most likely will not even see us during your stay. This recently re-modeled and updated brick ranch home is nestled on a quiet street just off Dorchester Rd in the desirable Dorchester II School District. It features a covered front porch with rocking chairs, large fenced backyard with patio, new floors, updated lighting, freshly painted walls, and plantation blinds. The updated kitchen boasts new stainless appliances. The updated bathrooms feature travertine tile and vessel sink with private half bath off the master bedroom.

The Holy City is best known for historical beauty, secret gardens, a steeple-rich skyscape, and outlying plantations predating the Civil War. Fall ushers in horse and hound gatherings at Middleton Place, the Southern Ground Music and Food Festival, the Lowcountry Field Feast, and another semi-annual tour of homes and gardens. Winter brings oyster roasts, camellia blossoms, and January’s restaurant week.

Much of the port city’s allure lies in constant reinvention and little surprises (like free-range guinea hens clucking up and down Legare Street, sous chefs flying by on skateboards heading into work, or Citadel cadets honking their bagpipes on sidewalks in summertime).

If you haven’t made a visit to Charleston in the last decade, there are huge chunks of the city you would hardly recognize, particularly so-called “Upper King” (the stretch above Calhoun), which swarms with an ever-growing number of craft eateries, creative cocktail venues, thriving restaurants, and new hotels.

Take a hard left on Spring, and you’ll stumble on charcuterie nook Artisan Meat Share, Asian fusion darling Xiao Bao Biscuit, or the stylishly retro ice cream and hot dog joint Parlor Deluxe.

Charleston’s cultural and culinary scene has exploded citywide, giving way to cutting-edge new galleries, boutiques, bake shops, breweries, distilleries, and coffee shops, not just in downtown, but in suburban and beachfront venues, too.

King Street, the main shopping thoroughfare, regularly shuts off to traffic and becomes a walking mall, where locals stroll their pets (from poodles to miniature pigs), listen to live music, and sip wine on sidewalk tables.

Winter brings oyster roasts, camellia blossoms, and January’s restaurant week.

Spring brings the SEWE wildlife festival, Charleston’s annual Wine + Food Festival, and tours of houses and gardens, all amidst the heady scents of wisteria, jasmine, and magnolia blossoms.

Spoleto (Charleston’s international arts and performance festival) kicks off summer with a bang, followed by barbecues, fried chicken, wine and art strolls, craft brew tastings on open patios, creekside shrimp and crab boils, and plenty of beach time.

Fall ushers in horse and hound gatherings at Middleton Place, the Southern Ground Music and Food Festival, the Lowcountry Field Feast, and another semi-annual tour of homes and gardens.

There are so many facets to this thriving city: waterways, beaches, plantation retreats, cypress groves, bird sanctuaries, golf, and downtown venues. Even locals haven’t exhausted all there is to do here, so plan on returning again and again to make new discoveries and revisit favorites.

Owner

Scott and Heidi Huggins

Member Since 2017
Premier Partner
This VRBO partner has demonstrated and is committed to fast response times, the best rates, and a great guest experience.
Response rate:
100%
Response time:
within one hour
Speaks:
english, Hugginsassetmanagement@gmail.com
Calendar last updated:
Mar 19, 2018
About Scott and Heidi Huggins

We buy multifamily communities across the US. We are also licensed real estate professionals in SC. We enjoy traveling and renting out our properties in the places we travel to the most.

Scott and Heidi Huggins purchased this House in 2016

Why Scott and Heidi Huggins chose Ladson

Our brick home is nestled in one the areas top school districts in the Charleston area, Dorchester II. The home has been recently remodeled and updated to include a full size wardrobe mirror in the master, fast Wifi, business desk with wifi printer, USB plugs throughout, large LED smart TV's in master and living room, new washer and dryer and a back patio with fire pit, just to name a few. It features a covered front porch with bench, large fenced backyard, new floors, updated lighting, freshly painted walls, and plantation blinds. The updated kitchen boasts new stainless appliances. The updated bathrooms feature travertine tile and vessel sink with private half bath off the master bedroom. Please note: Every guest whether a child or adult needs to be included in guest head count. Longer bookings over 29 days available please contact us. This is a self check in home via electronic lock. In fact you most likely will not even see us during your stay!

What makes this House unique

Our home is ideally situated between Downtown Charleston and Summerville making Downtown Charleston just a short 27 minute drive away and Charleston's great beaches just a 35 drive minute. The birth place of Sweet Tea and home of the Flower Town Festival, Summerville is just a 10 minute drive away. We are ideally located in the middle of everything there is to do in the historic Charleston and Summerville areas. So whether you come to come relax or play our comfy home is an ideal place to stay and make that happen!

Amenities

    • Internet
    • Air Conditioning
    • Heater
    • Kids Welcome
    • Washer & Dryer
    • Parking
    • TV
    • No Smoking

      Bedrooms

      • 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8
      • Master
        1 queen, Master has a private half bath.
      • Guest 1
        1 double
      • Bunk Beds and trundle
        1 twin/ single, 2 bunk bed, This room has 2 twin bunkbeds and a 3rd trundle bed.
      • Living room day bed
        1 sleep sofa /futon

        Bathrooms

        • 1 Bathroom, 2 Half Baths
        • Master Private Bath
          toilet
        • Hall
          toilet, combination tub/shower, tub
        • Bathroom 3
          toilet
        • Half bath off of Master bedroom.

        Theme

          • Away From It All
          • Family
          • Romantic
          • Tourist Attractions

            Meals

              • Guests provide their own meals

                General

                  • Iron & Board
                  • Air Conditioning
                  • Garage
                  • Hair Dryer
                  • Heating
                  • Internet
                  • Clothes Dryer
                  • Linens Provided
                  • Living Room
                  • Parking
                  • Towels Provided
                  • Washing Machine

                    Kitchen

                      • Coffee Maker
                      • Dishes & Utensils
                      • Dishwasher
                      • Kitchen
                      • Microwave
                      • Oven
                      • Pantry Items
                      • Refrigerator
                      • Stove
                      • Toaster

                        Dining

                          • Child's Highchair
                          • Dining
                          • Dining Area
                          • comfy seating for 4 people

                            Entertainment

                              • Games
                              • Television
                              • Toys
                              • Video Games
                              • Video Library

                                Outside

                                  • Bicycles
                                  • Deck / Patio
                                    Outside Fire pit and lawn chairs for those chilly nights.
                                  • Lawn / Garden
                                  • Outdoor Grill

                                    Suitability

                                      • Long-term Renters Welcome

                                        Notes

                                          • *Voted #1 World's Best City in 2016 and Most Romantic by readers of *Travel+Leisure magazine *Voted #1 city in the United States by readers of Conde Nast Traveler *Voted Best Food City in the United States by readers of Conde Nast Traveler *Voted One of Top wedding places by Bride Magazine *Charleston is also home to some of the US's top rated restaurants and golf courses Located just 27-35 minutes from downtown Charleston and Charleston's great beaches, come see what all the fuss is about!

                                            House Rules

                                            Check-in: 4:00 PM

                                            Check-out: 11:00 AM

                                            Cancellation Policy

                                            100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.

                                            6 Reviews

                                            Wonderful4.8/5

                                            Latest reviews

                                            Spring break baseball tournament

                                            Sweet TeaEasley, SC

                                            Owners responded to all questions promptly. Home was spotless. All linens were freshly laundered. Plenty of sleeping spaces. Kitchen was well equipped. Would definitely stay again!

                                            Nice house and property

                                            Dale H.

                                            The house was just what we needed for a first time visit to the Charleston area. It had all we needed with the exception of two bathrooms or showers. Getting everyone showered each day was a bit crazy but we managed. Other than that the property was perfect.

                                            Great location-near family and things to do

                                            Katrina N.

                                            Nice to be able to come and go as we pleased and not worry about bothering anyone like in a hotel. Very clean, comfortable and spacious. Heidi and Scott were available to answer any questions and very nice!

                                            Amazing, clean and attention to detail makes it above & beyond.

                                            Kathy T.Dartmouth, Massachusetts

                                            The house is so cozy and clean. Everything we needed for a few days away. Little details make you feel special. The homeowners obviously take pride in their home and making you feel comfortable.

                                            Charleston’s gem

                                            Mark B.

                                            Wonderful house that was super clean, and stocked w essentials. Easy to get to and an easy drive to Charleston.

                                            impressed

                                            John H.

                                            House was very nice. New interior, everything you need.

                                            Location

                                            Ladson, SC, USA

                                            Other Things To Note: The Holy City is best known for historical beauty, secret gardens, a steeple-rich skyscape, and outlying plantations predating the Civil War. Fall ushers in horse and hound gatherings at Middleton Place, the Southern Ground Music and Food Festival, the Lowcountry Field Feast, and another semi-annual tour of homes and gardens. Winter brings oyster roasts, camellia blossoms, and January’s restaurant week. Much of the port city’s allure lies in constant reinvention and little surprises (like free-range guinea hens clucking up and down Legare Street, sous chefs flying by on skateboards heading into work, or Citadel cadets honking their bagpipes on sidewalks in summertime). T+L’s Charleston travel guide will highlight the city’s latest offerings alongside local haunts and time-tested classics. If you haven’t made a visit to Charleston in the last decade, there are huge chunks of the city you would hardly recognize, particularly so-called “Upper King” (the stretch above Calhoun), which swarms with an ever-growing number of craft eateries, creative cocktail venues, thriving restaurants, and new hotels. Take a hard left on Spring, and you’ll stumble on charcuterie nook Artisan Meat Share, Asian fusion darling Xiao Bao Biscuit, or the stylishly retro ice cream and hot dog joint Parlor Deluxe. Charleston’s cultural and culinary scene has exploded citywide, giving way to cutting-edge new galleries, boutiques, bake shops, breweries, distilleries, and coffee shops, not just in downtown, but in suburban and beachfront venues, too. King Street, the main shopping thoroughfare, regularly shuts off to traffic and becomes a walking mall, where locals stroll their pets (from poodles to miniature pigs), listen to live music, and sip wine on sidewalk tables. Winter brings oyster roasts, camellia blossoms, and January’s restaurant week. Spring brings the SEWE wildlife festival, Charleston’s annual Wine + Food Festival, and tours of houses and gardens, all amidst the heady scents of wisteria, jasmine, and magnolia blossoms. Spoleto (Charleston’s international arts and performance festival) kicks off summer with a bang, followed by barbecues, fried chicken, wine and art strolls, craft brew tastings on open patios, creekside shrimp and crab boils, and plenty of beach time. Fall ushers in horse and hound gatherings at Middleton Place, the Southern Ground Music and Food Festival, the Lowcountry Field Feast, and another semi-annual tour of homes and gardens. There are so many facets to this thriving city: waterways, beaches, plantation retreats, cypress groves, bird sanctuaries, golf, and downtown venues. Even locals haven’t exhausted all there is to do here, so plan on returning again and again to make new discoveries and revisit favorites.

                                            Rates & Availability

                                            Taxes and fees are additional

                                            Additional information about rental rates

                                            Cleaning Fee
                                            $150
                                            $164avg/night
                                            6 Reviews
                                            Wonderful 4.8/5
                                            Premier Partner
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