The floor-to-ceiling windows in the great room offer breathtaking views of the Savannah River just below the rapids.
“I said when I’m standing in my kitchen or my living room, I don’t want to see any land. I just want to see water,” Rogers said.
Kim and her husband, Steve, spend a lot of time on the back porch, which overlooks the river.
A similar view can be enjoyed from the master bedroom, which is on the main floor. It features wood paneled walls that have been painted to resemble driftwood.
Indoors, they escape to the “man cave” upstairs, which features a bedroom, full bath, and a sitting area with its own kitchenette and three televisions.
When guests visit, it’s
the ideal “apartment” for them.
The couple love to entertain, and often open their home for church functions, ministry meetings, youth groups and holiday parties.
– Lisa Kaylor,