Grand Estates to Sell Extraordinary Kiawah Island, SC Home at Auction

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Luxury Retreat Available to Highest Bidder in September 3rd Auction

Kiawah Island, SC Auction September 3, 2014

Kiawah Island, SC Auction September 3, 2014

'This phenomenal home has panoramic views across salt marshes and is like no other on Kiawah Island, making this auction an outstanding buying opportunity,' stated Grand Estates Auction Company V.P. Scott Kirk.

Kiawah Island, South Carolina is one of the most peaceful and relaxing places in America. This island community is famous for its award-winning golf courses, private clubs, top-ranked tennis centers, diverse water sports and five-star resort hotel and spa and more.

Grand Estates Auction Company is proud to present a rare opportunity for you to claim your place at Kiawah by naming your price for this elegant retreat. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac overlooking wetlands extending to the ocean,this luxurious 3-level, 4-bedroom, 4-full bath home gives you all the peace and privacy you could want without sacrificing proximity to the island’s incomparable amenities. A membership in the private Kiawah Island Club is also available with the home.

“This phenomenal home has panoramic views across salt marshes and is like no other on Kiawah Island, making this auction an outstanding buying opportunity,” stated Grand Estates Auction Company V.P. Scott Kirk. “The live auction process provides fair market value in its purest and quickest form, as well as a level of transparency and expediency that the seller desired. Buyers should come prepared to name their price for this extraordinary Coastal South Carolina gem.”

The residence exhibits masterwork-level design and craftsmanship in every detail. Some of the more notable amenities and features include an enormous rear deck, screened porches and balconies that take full advantage of scenic coastal views. Other features include; oak floors, stone fireplaces, elevator access to all levels, a sound system with in-ceiling speakers, geothermal heating and cooling systems, slate roof with copper gutters and down pipes, a three-car garage, and a professional chef’s kitchen with three ovens and two sinks, a walk-in food pantry and an oversized center island.

Grand Estates Auction Company has an unsurpassed closing rate in the luxury residential real estate auction industry and specializes in creating comprehensive global marketing campaigns for luxury properties. There are no contingencies, no lengthy negotiations, and timelines for closing are already established. To help buyers make an informed purchase, a comprehensive due-diligence packet is available, and ample time is allotted for tours and inspections prior to the auction. Similar to rare artwork that does not have comparable pieces to set the value, exceptional properties such as this are well suited for auction, where bidders set the market value.

The Kiawah Island auction will start promptly at the home at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 3rd. Provisions for remote bidding can be arranged. The property will be available for prospective bidders to preview beginning Friday, August 29th, at 11:00 a.m., with daily preview times scheduled through the date of the auction. Buyers may contact Grand Estates Auction Company’s auction information office to schedule an appointment during one of the preview times at 877-376-9560. A $100,000.00 certified check or personal check along with a bank letter of guarantee will be required to register to bid. Real estate agents and brokers are fully protected and encouraged to participate.

Grand Estates Auction Company is the leader in the niche market of auctioning luxury real estate, specializing in properties valued at $2 million and above throughout North America, the Caribbean, and select international destinations. Based in Charlotte, N.C., the company was established in 1999 and was the first of its kind. Recent sales include an $11 million dollar home in Bay Harbor, MI and an oceanfront Mediterranean retreat in Georgetown, S.C. For more information and auction details visit

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