Custom SC house for sale by a locally renowned artist
A new address in the private Long Cove Club community on Hilton Head Island recently went up for sale. Unlike the average home, however, this one offers a little artistic flair.
5 Delta Lane, located in the gated golf community in ZIP Code 29928, is currently owned by world renowned artist Uschi Niner.
Born in Germany and raised in the Middle East, Uschi Niner has lived and painted all over the world. She now owns this Hilton Head Island home which is currently on the market for $949,000.
The 3,896 square foot home externally reflects the classic style of the Hilton Head Long Cove Club. However, the property’s interior displays European, Middle Eastern, and North African influences. The artist combined the influence his travels gave him with that of life in the Lowcountry.
“In designing the house, Niner emphasized open spaces and sight lines, informed by her childhood abroad and her creative sensibility. She was inspired by her farmhouse in France, where she converted extra-wide barn doors into windows, allowing sweeping views of the Burgundy countryside,” according to a press release from Daniel Ravanel Sotheby’s International Realty.
The residence is full of light thanks to the expansive windows that allow sunlight to highlight every piece of art on display in the house, as well as providing stunning views of the nearby lagoon with the entire flora mansion. and wildlife native to the Lowcountry. . This space became a focal point for Niner.
Inside his home, Niner was able to display a variety of artwork, making the house look like a gallery itself: an artist’s dream.
The house also has an extensive range of library shelves to allow preferential storage for any avid literature collector.
Niner and her late husband were first drawn to the island’s abundant natural beauty and the availability of world-class golf, a similar attraction for many visitors and locals. The plein-air painter regularly captured these beautiful views on canvas.
After falling in love with the local weather, the beach and the access to many cultural opportunities, the artist will miss her muse.
“The Long Cove Club is a warm and welcoming community that I will miss,” Niner said in a recent press release.