Cottage 64, circa 1934. Located on Sea Island, GA. $9,800,000

March 9, 2019

Cottage 64 was built in 1934. Designed by noted architect Francis Abreu. Located on .62 acres in Sea Island, Georgia. I like how they call it a cottage, but it is almost 7,000 square feet. Cottage 64 was renovated in 1989 and 1999 by designer Kathy Guyton and architect Peter Capone. The home has lush outdoor areas, including a beautiful pool and direct access to the beach. Cottage 64 is a classic Sea Island beachfront cottage. Five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and 6,867 square feet. $9,800,000

From the Zillow listing:


Cottage 64, located at Sea Island’s 12th street, is a true “one of a kind” oceanfront cottage with spectacular beach views and quality and luxury in every room. Originally designed in 1934 by noted architect Francis Abreu, it was renovated in 1989 and 1999 by Atlanta designer Kathy Guyton and architect Peter Capone. In 2016, a three-year full renovation and update by the current owners under the supervision of architect John Shackelford was completed. Cottage 64 has the timeless Mediterranean style for which Sea Island is known, as well as lush outdoor spaces and direct beach access. The solarium is reminiscent of the Cloister’s Spanish Lounge with hand-carved limestone and leaded glass windows. The chef’s kitchen, wet bar, and butler’s pantry make this cottage perfect for entertaining large groups of guests. This is the classic Sea Island beachfront cottage with every modern convenience and the highest quality materials and finishes.

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