European lake house exudes charming details in South Carolina

was responsible for interiors of this eclectic European lake house located at The Cliffs at Keowee Falls South, a golf and lake community in Salem, South Carolina. This design of this stunning property is heavily influenced by English Cotswold and French country architecture. The exterior facade is a mix of stone and wood complimented by a cedar shingle roof that seems to blend in beautifully with its surroundings.

On the interiors of this Mediterranean style abode, you will find incredible details such as plaster walls, wide-plank oak flooring and custom iron windows in the kitchen, dining and living areas. In the bright and airy living room, an exquisite custom limestone fireplace lends old world charm. An open layout and expansive windows enables views from just about every room in the home, creating a connection to the gardens and copious outdoor living spaces.

What We Love: This European lake house offers a gorgeous and inviting exterior facade that seems to blend in with its exterior environment. The interiors feel warm and welcoming, with an open layout that creates a harmonious flow throughout. The expansive windows invites natural light and nature inside, while also offering sweeping views over the glistening lake just beyond. The design details from the lighting to the furnishings, accessories and materials offers this home plenty of charm. Ample outdoor living spaces are perfect for entertaining… Readers, please share with us what details in this home are most notable to you and why in the comments below!

Note: Have a look at a couple of other incredible home tours that we have featured from the brilliant portfolio of Wright Design: Timber frame home with farmhouse interiors overlooking Lake Keowee and Luminous and airy lake house in South Carolina: Bright Water Bay.

Photos: Meechan Architectural Photography

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Thank you for these lovely posts. I was especially interested in this house because we have a stone house of similar design. I have debated whitewashing the beams and painting the windows and doors. The pictures of this house reminded me of how much I love the combination of dark stained beams and doors with the stone. I have a question completely off topic: the first time I open this there was a photo of an adorable dog next to a bench. When I came back to view the rest of the pictures, more had been added and the dog… Read more »