Coastal Living built its first Idea Cottage in I’on Village more than 10 years ago and is back to celebrate over a decade of success.

By Coastal Living
June 09, 2009

The Coastal Living Idea Cottage will be open for tours August 14 to October 11. Tour hours are 11am to 5pm Thursday to Saturday and 1pm to 5pm Sunday. The house is closed Monday through Wednesday. Tickets will be available on-site for $10. Partial proceeds from ticket sales will benefit East Cooper Habitat for Humanity and East Cooper Montessori Charter School.

I’ON – a low–country village that combines the best of European city design with that of the Old South. The Coastal Living Idea Cottage is 2¸300 square feet overlooking the Jefferson Canal¸ right in the heart of I’ON Village and only minutes from historic downtown Charleston.

Project Team:
Development – I’ON
Architect – Historical Concepts
Sales & Marketing – William Means¸ Exclusive Affiliate of Christie’s Great Estates
Interior Designer – Angie Hranowsky Design Studio
Builder – Structures Building Co
Landscape Architect – Kerns Landscape Architecture

About I’ON: 
• Selected as Best Community in the Nation and Best Smart Growth Neighborhood in the Country by Professional Builder and the National Association of Homebuilders
• Includes a variety of residences¸ shops¸ restaurants and cafes¸ offices¸ places of worship and other civic gathering spots
• Features canopies of live oaks¸ marsh views and plenty of nature paths and green spaces
• Built to last using the latest green technologies and materials that will age gracefully over time

Also, don't miss our Idea House at SeaWatch, North Carolina, which will be feautured in our November issue.

The home will be open for tours beginning September 3rd through November 29th. Tour hours are Thursday through Sunday, 12:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M. Group appointments are also available. Tickets can be purchased for $10 for adults (free admission for children under 12) and proceeds will benefit the Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina.

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