While a lighthouse might not be the primary navigation tool for sailors today, it can help guide you to a midnight snack in this home in Palms, South Carolina. The 5,928-square-foot residence boasts a working lighthouse in the middle of the kitchen, and it’s currently on the market for $2.925 million. The lower portion of the lighthouse primarily serves as a pantry, but the top includes an HVAC light to keep the structure shining bright. The home also boasts other unique features such as an elevator, spa and an unmistakable nautical theme throughout.
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