Waterview Rooms - Anchorage 1770
 

Waterview Rooms

WATERVIEW ROOMS

All the rooms at the rear of the house have large bay windows spanning approximately 15 feet. Most of these rooms have water views with beds featured in the bay. Ornate plaster relief work with extensive wood molding are the architectural features of these rooms.

ROOM 401

This top floor room is located at back west corner of the house. The large bay window spans approximately 15 feet and offers one of the prettiest bird’s-eye water views in the home. This room features a four poster King bed, with down bedding, custom designed furnishings and an Adams Mantel fireplace. The European-style bathroom features a rain shower, custom vanity by a local craftsman and hand-laid tile. Classic architectural characteristics include heart pine floors and period millwork from Upstate New York. This 4th floor room is adjacent to the Top Deck & bar area where a morning cup of coffee or an evening glass of wine provides one of the best views in the Lowcountry.

ROOM 301

This 3rd floor room is located in the back west corner of the house and has large bay windows spanning approximately 15 feet overlooking the Beaufort River. This room features a four poster King bed with down bedding, custom designed furnishings and Adams Mantel fireplace. The European-style bathroom features a rain shower, custom vanity by a local craftsman and hand-laid tile. Classic architectural characteristics include ornate plaster relief work, heart pine floors and period millwork from Upstate New York and 12 foot ceilings. This 3rd floor room is provides excellent access to the Veranda & Library where a morning cup of coffee or an evening glass of wine on one of our two Custom Carolina Hanging Beds is the perfect beginning or ending to a Lowcountry day.

Anchorage 1770 Room 201

ROOM 201

This second floor room is located on the main floor in the back west side of the house. It has a large bay window, spanning approximately 15 feet. This room features a four poster king bed with down bedding, custom designed furnishings, an Adams Mantel fireplace, and hand-painted twelve-foot ceilings. The European-style bathroom features a rain shower, custom vanity by a local craftsman and hand-laid tile. Classic architectural characteristics include gorgeous wood paneling, heart pine floors and period millwork from Upstate New York. This room has a beautiful water view from the bay window of the Beaufort River and is adjacent to the parlor and the Dining Room.