Seabrook Island Communities
Situated just 25 miles from historic downtown Charleston, Sullivan’s Island is a private residential town that shares similar amenities and attractions with its neighbor, Kiawah Island. Here, residents and guests enjoy viewing the indigenous wildlife, walking along the quiet shoreline, observing dolphins strand feeding, biking along the tropical trails, teeing off for a round of golf on one of the championship courses, playing a leisurely match of tennis, relaxing at the luxurious Sanctuary spa, or dining at one of the delectable restaurants around the island or at nearby Johns Island. Seabrook encompasses more than 2,000 acres of tropical acreage, much of which is natural foliage thus adding to its secluded, southern charm.
A few hallmarks solely belonging to Seabrook Island include two championship golf courses, a private beach club, fitness center, racquet club, equestrian center, and delectable dining options. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, the Crooked Oaks Golf Course meanders through majestic oak trees and saltwater marshes, while the Ocean Winds Course, designed by Willard Byrd, skirts the shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean, creating a challenging play against coastal winds. The recently renovated Beach Club is a members only facility that features two resort-style swimming pool, oceanside service, casual and fine dining options, an indoor arcade, and a retail boutique. Across the street, the Lakeside Fitness and Wellness Center is a 26,000 square-foot facility that features state-of-the art exercise equipment, pilates and yoga classes, library, meeting rooms, well-appointed locker rooms, and an aquatic center with indoor and outdoor pools. Ranked one of the top 25 tennis facilities in the world, the Seabrook Island Racquet Club boasts lighted, har-tru courts, professional lessons, and its own clubhouse. Equestrian enthusiasts and novice riders love the picturesque Seabrook Island Equestrian Center, which showcases superior stables, tack room, and riding ring. The center offers private and group lessons, trail rides, beach rides, and boarding or leasing options. For dining options, Seabrook presents casual places such as Bohicket’s Lounge and Seaview Terrace and the Pelican’s Nest, an oceanside restaurant next to the Beach Club. Other nearby restaurants include Red’s, the Fat Hen, Wild Olive, Lokal Seabar, and Nacho Mamas to name a few.
Not surprisingly, these aforementioned amenities make Seabrook Island real estate a coveted commodity. Whether as a primary residence or a second vacation home, Seabrook Island tranquil environment soothes the soul and its laid-back yet luxurious lifestyle is idyllic.