Seabrook Island Real Estate
Seabrook Island offers beautiful, private island living only 25 minutes from Charleston. Property owners can enjoy everything from championship golf to horseback riding in this private island resort. Homes on Seabrook Island start in the $600s for single-family houses and in the $200s for condos, making property affordable for a great many people who want to “get away” from the city during their leisure time.
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Seabrook Island, SC Real Estate: Club Living Outside a Historic City
Seabrook Island real estate comes in just about every size, style and location that you could desire. A cozy condo overlooking one of the two championship golf courses might be to your taste, or perhaps you would like a large single-family home to accommodate your family and friends? There are many Seabrook Island homes available within walking distance of the golf courses, equestrian center, racquet club and more.
The Seabrook Club is one of the things that make living here unique. There are two golf courses: the Crooked Oaks course and the Ocean Winds course. Both are challenging in their own unique ways, but Crooked Oaks is considered easier to drive the ball on. There are 16 clay courts in which tennis enthusiasts can indulge themselves. Equestrian activities encompass lessons and all levels of riding. The beach rides are particularly popular. The Seabrook Fitness Center offers a wide variety of fitness equipment and classes.
Shopping and dining opportunities are ample in the club and beyond. The Seabrook Shoppe offers a wide spectrum of merchandise and other shops provide a pleasing variety. Dining opportunities range from casual to fine, some available right off the golf courses. And, of course, Charleston is only minutes away if you desire more shopping venues.
Seabrook Island is home to 2,200 acres of forest, marsh and beach that create an unparalleled living experience in the heart of South Carolina’s natural beauty. Opportunities for cycling, walking, running, kayaking and canoeing are widely available. The beaches are some of the widest in the Carolinas and are perfect for swimming, walking and horseback riding.
Seabrook Island believes in “soft management” techniques. Green space is carefully set aside and preserved for the enjoyment of Seabrook residents. The design of the community is intended to make the most of natural features and minimize the impact of the human presence. The first golf facility to be certified as a member of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program in South Carolina, Seabrook takes its responsibility to the environment seriously.
The real estate of Seabrook Island brings the full resort experience right to your doorstep, allowing you to indulge in the activities of a resort from the comfort of your own home. Investigate Seabrook Island real estate today to find out more.
Seabrook Island Club Living
With a club membership, you can enjoy two challenging golf courses, tennis, the equestrian center, swimming pools and wonderful dining on the island. Our Ocean Winds course designed by Willard Byrd and the Crooked Oaks course designed by Robert Trent Jones offer challenging play with beautiful, natural backdrops.
Rated one of the top 25 Tennis Resorts, the Seabrook Island Racquet Club has 15 Har-Tru courts. Lessons, tournaments and pairings can be found at the Racquet Club. The Club's Equestrian Center is a rare find offering peaceful trail and beach rides, boarding and the popular adopt-a-horse program. Horse lovers agree that our Equestrian Center is one of the best in the low country.
The Beach Club is home to two sparkling pools and the Pelican’s Nest outdoor restaurant with beautiful ocean views. In addition, the club offers a variety of dining facilities ranging from casual at Bohicket’s Lounge to elegant dining in the Palmetto Room, located in the Island House all within a short walk of the Beach Club.
Membership offers access to all of these first-class amenities along with year-round social events, which can be coordinated with the help of the club's professional staff.
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Seabrook Island Restaurants
Palmetto Room, Bohicket's Lounge & the Sea View Terrace
The club has great restaurants. The Palmetto Room overlooking the ocean, is typically open Memorial Day through Labor Day and is open for dinner Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, 5:30 – 9:00 p.m. and offers fine dining service. During the summer months, the Palmetto Room offers dinner Friday and Saturday and brunch on Sunday. To help assure you of an enjoyable dining experience, reservations are suggested. Palmetto Room Dress Code: Business casual, please no jeans. For gentlemen, dress slacks and collared shirts are required; jackets are appropriate, but not required. Jeans, shorts and tee shirts are not permitted at any time for men or women. Hats (except for women’s dress hats) should not be worn. Children should be dressed consistent with the above. Effective May 20 Bohicket’s Dress code to apply during the summer.
Bohicket's Lounge is casual and overlooks the golf courses and practice range and is open for lunch and dinner, Tuesday through Saturday and for Brunch on Sunday, Memorial Day through Labor Day; Lunch is served from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. (limited menu served from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. on Sunday and all day Monday. Bohicket's Lounge Dress Code: Sports casual: golf and tennis attire are appropriate. Jeans are permitted, provided they are not torn or baggy. Beach wear including bathing suits, cover-ups, tee shirts, short shorts, gym shorts and cut-offs are not permitted. Hats are not to be worn. Children should be dressed consistent with the above.
Pelican's Nest is Ocean-side dining available for lunch and dinner daily, 11- 9 p.m. with bar service until 9 p.m. or last call. Open Waster though Labor Day (with additional hours posted on the website). Enjoy pizza, sandwiches and local seafood and your favorite cocktail while taking in views of the Atlantic Oceanfront. Live entertainment Fridays and Saturdays from 5 – 8 p.m. No reservations taken. Dress Code: Casual beachwear, cover-ups and footwear are required while dining or at the bar. Pool users are required to dry off prior to entering the dining areas.
Please also view the other coastal beaches around Charleston: Sullivans Island, Isle of Palms (including Wild Dunes), Folly Beach, and Kiawah Island to the North, and Edisto Beach to the South of Seabrook.
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