Treasure to Own at Edisto

In 2009, Edisto Beach cast its spell on Kim and Larry Lentz.

The couple had always vacationed in Myrtle Beach and then on a whim decided to take a trip down to Edisto. From the moment they came over the bridge and made their way down the winding road of Highway 174, they knew they’d found their ultimate vacation destination.

“We knew this place was special,” Kim said. “It’s so laid back and just felt right.”

Kim said they met with a realtor the day they got to the beach and that’s when they decided to buy a home on Edisto Beach.

“It’s unique to us because it’s our first beach house,” she said. “We named it the “Treasure Chest” because it truly is a treasure to own at Edisto.”

The Treasure Chest sits on the 200 block of Jungle Road amongst oak and palm trees and thanks to the deck of the home there is also an ocean view. While the house is listed under the category of “Beach Walk,” it is nothing more than a one-minute walk to the beach. It’s also just a few minutes from some of Edisto’s best shops and restaurants.

Another benefit of the Treasure Chest is that an in-ground saltwater pool will be ready for use by the 2011 summer season. Kim said her family wanted the pool as an additional way to cool off in the summer when the ocean for days when the ocean gets too rough and just to relax. She said it also benefits renters with small children as sometimes the currents off front beach are too strong for children to be able to swim safely.

Inside the 4-bedroom house, which is comfortably furnished and sleeps 10, renters will find a flat-screen TV, wifi, digital cable, unlimited local and long distance calling, and a small library. A ping-pong table and foosball table are also provided to keep renters entertained during those rare summer moments when people find themselves indoors.

Kim said her family loves the house and they enjoy sharing it with others. She also said in their short time at Edisto they have fallen totally in love with everything from kayaking to walking the beach to attempting to catch their own seafood to relaxing on the porch of their house.

“There’s so much beauty to this place,” she said.

Check out the Treasure Chest for your next Edisto Beach vacation along with other quality Edisto Beach Rentals on

  1. Hi Carolyn –

    I just noticed that you left a comment here about our house – Treasure Chest – at Edisto Beach. Please click on the link above at Treasure Chest to make contact with us. I have no way of responding unless I have a way to contact you.

    I hope to hear from you.

    Take care –
    Kim Lentz

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