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Kiawah & Seabrook

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Homes $1,521,003 196
Condos $422,762 118
Land $867,055 470

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Kiawah Island & Seabrook Island Real Estate

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Kiawah  Island is a barrier island with thoughtful preservation to nature but also provides a lavish resort lifestyle for those who live there fulltime. This coastal community is 10,000 acres of maritime forest and tidal marshes with unspoiled beaches and splendid views.  Kiawah island, named in accordance to the first inhabitants the kiawah indian tribe, is located 21 miles south of charleston. the island finds itself home to 1100 primary residents with many others living here in their secondary homes. Real estate here varies from just under 1 million to about 7 million for homes. Luxury condominiums can be purchased for under $500,000. Kiawah Island boasts 10 miles of beaches with a variety of lagoon, forest, marsh, river and beach settings. It is home to loggerhead sea turtles, white-tailed deer and the marshy estuaries filled with spot-tailed bass.

The Sanctuary, Kiawah island’s world famous luxury resort, has attained many accolades for its golf and tennis facilities. Consistently ranked high among travel and sports magazines, it is an ideal setting for seven championship golf courses and two world-class tennis centers. it is not only a haven for sports enthusiasts but also nature lovers.

Seabrook Island Real Estate

Seabrook Island South Carolina

Seabrook Island with its pristine beaches provides a unique experience for visit the  island. Located 23 miles south of Charleston, it is 2,200 acres of gorgeous beaches, tidal marshes and nature trails. Seabrook Island was originally inhabited by the Native Americans and then discovered by Lieutenant Colonel Robert Sanford who claimed the area for England’s King Charles. Seabrook is home to about 1,200 residents and real estate here runs from the mid-200,000’s to over 1 million for homes.

The beaches on Seabrook Island are Pelican Beach and North Beach. Pelican beach is on the south end of the island and serves as a backdrop for many events. North Beach is one of the widest beaches in the Carolinas and is preserved by a beach management program to maintain its size and beauty.

Seabrook Island also offers many recreational activities from golfing, tennis and fishing. It features the Ocean Winds and Crooked Oaks golf courses which are distinguished by being listed on the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. It also has the Seabrook Racquet Club as well as the Bohicket Marina which offers deep-sea fishing excursions, deep water boat slips as well as kayak nature tours.Carolina One Real Estate Logo