On March 25th, 2019, 642 Thomas Pinckney Court sold for $1,580,000. The property was listed by Daniel Bates of MCVL Realty and went under contract after 24 days on the market. Excluding large acreage plantation tracts, this is the second highest valued sale in McClellanville history topped only by the previous owners purchasing this same home new in 2005. It was purchased at that time for $1,695,000 showing that the luxury market has done well to recover since the downturn. Prior to the sale, MCVL Realty managed the property as a vacation rental known as “Point of View” and the new owners will continue to welcome vacation renters through MCVL Realty.
The home features 6 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms but its greatest asset is the most incredible view that I have ever seen from a property in my life! As I wrote in the listing description, “Resting at the confluence of Jeremy Creek and the Intracoastal Waterway, this lowcountry home offers breath-taking panoramic views of the protected creeks, marshes, and barrier islands that make up the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge and Bulls Bay. Enjoy the daily passage of shrimp boats on their journey down Jeremy Creek and out Five Fathom Creek to the Atlantic ocean and back again with their day’s haul each evening, as well as yachts and sailboats traveling on the ICW.”