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A Daniel Island oasis provides the ultimate staycation.

In a year where working remotely is the norm and the staycation has taken on new meaning as a “stay-at-home-cation,” it has become as relevant as ever to create a comfortable, adaptable sanctuary to call home.

And, that’s precisely how Renaissance South Construction envisioned a sprawling Daniel Island dwelling, photographed by Holger Obenaus for the pages of Charleston Style & Design. It doesn’t take long to see that the 6,500-plus-square-foot multifunctional residence could easily double as a resort with its breezy-luxe interiors, guest quarters, and wide expanse of outdoor entertaining and leisure space.

Even Holger’s perfectly timed sunset shot of the home hints at the resort-level vibe that lies beyond the front doors — it’s a veritable dream for anyone in search of inspiration for his or her own private oasis.

Holger shows us the casually elegant, light-drenched interiors, where an open kitchen has a large, sliding window that serves as a pass-through to the outdoor bar and the living room wall slides open for true indoor-outdoor appeal.

But, it’s his snapshot of the backyard that really proves the exuberant reach of the place — from the wraparound porch, terraces, and outdoor lounge area, to the pool, sunken bar, and more. The homeowners also wanted room for extended family to stay, so they bought the neighboring lot and had Renaissance build a guest house. And, if you look closely, you can see how Holger gave us a peek at the tennis and basketball court just beyond it.

This is not the first time Holger has been to Daniel Island to visually document a gorgeous property there. Earlier this year, he covered another five-star paradise in the area.

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