About the property
- House1800 sq. ft.
- Half Baths1
- Minimum StayNone
House, 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
This elegant retreat is just 15/20 minutes away from downtown Charleston and area beaches. The home is located in Hanahan, which is nestled between Summerville, Goose Creek and North Charleston and only 5 minutes from each city. The “Lord’s House” is beautifully and tastefully decorated and offers a peaceful environment. It's a place of rest, relaxation, restoration and refuge. There are 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms in the home. The 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms are located upstairs and newly furnished with 2 queen beds and 2 twin beds. The master bedroom is adorned by a three tiered tray ceiling above the Roman columned bed. The master bedroom bathroom has a garden tub, a double sink vanity and an enclosed water closet. The second bedroom is large and includes an alcove sitting area, which has flat panel TV. A second upstairs bathroom is shared by the second and third bedrooms. Downstairs boasts a fully equipped kitchen with new granite countertops and a breakfast nook and table.
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- Response time:
- within one day
- Calendar last updated:
- May 26, 2018
About Tandra Ingram
I own a property management company. “The Lord’s House” Rentals is a division of TGI Property Management & Consulting, LLC (TGI). “The Lord’s House” is A vacation home located in the Charleston area, which is professionally managed by TGI. The home provides a peaceful and inspiring space for rest, relaxation and refreshing in a Christian environment. TGI also manages short-term corporate housing, creating inspiring spaces for corporate executives, military/ medical personnel and people who are in transition.
Tandra Ingram purchased this House in 1997
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
This was our second time staying at the Lirds House. It would be fair to say I will schedule my yearly visits around the availability of this house. It is close to town and my relatives so it’s perfect.
A little oddly decorated.
There was a satanic symbol in the home that I didn't care for. Otherwise it was fine.
Wonderful stay in the Charleston area
The moment we walked in we knew we were in a special place. The decor and furniture from comfortable couches to comfortable beds were all top notch. Everything was super clean and the home had all the amenities you would like to have plus extras such as an ice maker, designer table and chairs, plush linens and towels, wonderful smells from air fragrances throughout the home, granite countertops, two bouquets of fresh flowers upon our arrival, great TVs with many cable and movie channels, and I could go on and on. We felt like we were in an upscale home as you could actually live there. The neighborhood was great and very quiet so sleeping was no problem. Tandra, our host, was great to work with and made the booking process easy. She was always accessible and answered any questions we had. She is very professional but also personable and was a joy actually. We would highly recommend staying in this super clean, super nice home.
We loved the house’.
We would have given a five but due to shortage of hot water, we felt 4 was best.
It felt like a real home.
Blessed at the Lord's House
We all enjoyed our stay. It was very clean and welcoming. A dozen yellow roses, apples, and welcoming notes written on the chalk boards were an added surprise to start off our weekend in Charleston to celebrate my birthday and our anniversaries.
Charleston area: Known as the 'Holy City', for its long tolerance for religions of all types, Charleston is the state's most beautiful and historic treasure. Charleston has had a starring role in South Carolina history since its founding more than 300 years ago. The English established the first permanent European settlement on the Ashley River in 1670. The port city has suffered great fires, earthquakes, pirates, a civil war and a hurricane, and weathered them all with grace and dignity. So genteel and gracious, it's no wonder Charleston, South Carolina has consistently ranked among the country's most elegant and mannerly cities. The city's historic district today has barely changed, boasting 73 pre-Revolutionary buildings, 136 late 18th Century structures and over 600 others built in the 1840s. Visitors can tour the city by foot or horse-drawn carriage.