The open, spacious home at 119 Turnberry Lane features gorgeous views of the Jack Nicklaus-designed Turtle Point golf course from an expansive rear sundeck and walls of nearly floor-to-ceiling windows. Privately located on a leafy lane past the Island’s second security gate, this nicely landscaped home is just a five-minute bicycle ride from Kiawah’s pristine beach. Inside, all is light and bright. A spacious living room opens from the foyer, and the eye is immediately drawn to transomed glass doors showcasing the beautiful golf views. A wood-burning fireplace with granite surround is flanked by white built-in bookshelves, and the room’s hardwood floors extend throughout the main floor. The dining room is spectacular with tall, transomed windows facing in three directions and framing the verdant views. Glass doors open to a screened porch, inviting you to relax with a morning cup of coffee in the Island air. The adjacent kitchen offers a breakfast bar, inviting family and friends to enjoy a glass of wine while chatting with the home chef. The floor-to-ceiling cabinetry is a clean, airy white, and the countertops are granite. The breakfast bar sink faces out toward the dining room windows, so even cleanup means drinking in the lush views! There’s a pantry and a spacious laundry room with a utility sink and ample cabinetry for additional storage. The master bedroom is generously sized and enjoys its own access to the rear sundeck, along with a bowed wall of windows. The master bath invites leisurely soaking in a tub beneath transomed windows or morning showers in a large, frameless glass walk-in shower, and there are his-and-hers sinks along a wide vanity. Ascend the stairs to a gallery open to the sunlit foyer below. It leads to two sunny en suite bedrooms and a media room which could serve as a 4th bedroom with built-in bookshelves and a closet, all overlooking the golf course. Additional features of this turnkey, fully furnished home just bring your suitcase to begin living the Kiawah lifestyle include sound and security systems and an elevator shaft.