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Commissioned in 1989 after Hurricane Hugo destroyed homes around Charleston, South Carolina, Eye of the Storm is a unique steel and concrete abode built to withstand other powerful storms that could hit the coast. Finished in 1991, the dome sits right off the beach and offers incredible views from the master bedroom’s private deck. You can enjoy those views yourself if you have $4.9 million, as Eye of the Storm just hit the market for the first time. Located at the northeastern tail of Sullivan’s Island’s maritime forest, the bubble house features an open floor plan, a fireplace, a Japanese soaking tube, wet bar, and other niceties. Trees and vegetation provide some seclusion while still allowing easy access to the sand and surf. It will ride out bad weather in style.

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Whether you’re driving up the coast, grilling out and spending time at the beach, sunglasses are an absolute necessity in the summer. We’ve tried all the options from expensive, established brands to the no-name knockoffs from the gas station. We keep coming back to Woodies wooden sunglasses because they’re stylish, effective, built-to-last and, most importantly, affordable enough that you won’t worry if they get lost during your adventures. With almost 100 styles–including full wood options that float in the water–there’s no better sunglasses option out there this year. Get your Woodies today.