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Apart from the occasional gift of fowl from a local hunt or fish from O’Neill’s own daily catch, Carlotta’s culinary offerings were at the whim of her personal chefs. Although they rarely entertained, the couple often hosted their Sea Island real estate agent, George Boll, to dinner and a postprandial game of “Sorry.”

The modernized kitchen has appliances, flatware and china to service the adjacent dining room that comfortably accommodates 14-persons. The pueblo-like setting features un-milled, timber rafters and an adobe-styled, conical fireplace adorned with Milagro crosses. Vestigial remnants like the dairy-door as well as the antique tiles and functioning hotplates give a nod to the cottage’s historical origins.

 
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