Seabrook Island

Homes and lots $100K - $2M+

Seabrook Island

3772 Seabrook Island Road
Seabrook Island, SC 29455

(843) 768-2560

Seabrook Island

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A private, welcoming oceanfront community just miles from historic Charleston, SC, Seabrook Island offers a vibrant lifestyle with endless amenities among the 2,200 acres of natural environment, including four miles of unspoiled beaches. Designated a Certified Sustainable Community by Audubon Intnl. 36 holes of championship golf on two Audubon-certified courses, ranked among “Best You Can Play” in SC, offer uncrowded playing conditions. Crooked Oaks (by Robert Trent Jones, Sr.) winds through marsh and century-old live oaks. Ocean Winds (by Willard Byrd, renovated by Rees Jones, Inc) takes you to the Atlantic Ocean.

The 2021 PGA Championship was held on nearby Kiawah Island. The renovated Beach Club boasts a cafe, beach store, pools, and oceanfront dining. A full-service, 22-acre Equestrian Center features trail and beach rides. The Racquet Club sports 15 Har-Tru tennis courts, 2 pickleball courts, and pro shop. The Lakehouse has indoor/outdoor pools, fitness and more. The Clubhouse with ocean/golf views has renovated dining spaces and new golf veranda with fire pits. Idyllic settings for special events and weddings. Nearby marina and shopping center.

Featured Amenities

Coast
Coastal Living is idyllic. Period. The sound of waves lapping against the shore from your porch, viewing the sunrise from the beach daily, and sand in your toes whenever you’re in the mood, are just a few dreamy propositions that prompt people to buy in oceanfront communities.

Lake
Tranquility and the adventure of being by the water, it’s easy to see the appeal of lakeside living. It’s the perfect destination for those seeking access to year-round water activities, an active, outdoor lifestyle, acres and acres of natural beauty brimming with birds and other wildlife.

River
The draw of living near water is undeniable. The following river communities offer a water lifestyle while situated on or near a river allowing for boating opportunities and river clubs. If you’d like to live near water, don’t miss an opportunity to try life on the river

Golf
The smell of freshly cut grass on velvet greens. The sound of birds chirping in the cool morning air. A crisply struck shot and then…the sweetest sound of all, a golf ball swirling around in the hole. Celebrating at the club. Surrounded by nature’s serene beauty you feel far away from the bustle of city life, and yet you’re still close by. This is the best of all worlds. This is your world, your place.

Tennis
No matter your skill level, Tennis Communities offers a place for all retirees interested in maintaining the sporty elegance of this active retirement lifestyle.

Equestrian
Equestrian, which can also be called horseback riding, can be referred to as the skill of riding with horses. Equestrian can be for recreational purposes and competitive sport. We know that once you check out our equestrian communitt, you won’t be disappointed.

Hiking and Walking
Hiking and walking are some of the best ways to have fun and be healthy. It’s simple as a-b-c, it’s clean, fresh air and a light, warm breeze.

Nature Trails
Find your appreciation for both the natural and human environments by offering miles of looped nature trails where residents can enjoy the flora and fauna of woodlands and wetlands while getting some fresh-air exercise.

Pool
Who loves to go swim? Swimming is really good for you and enjoyed by young and old alike. If you want to relieve stress, back pain, improve muscular strength and lose weight, swimming is the full body exercise for you.

Clubhouse
clubhouse communities include things a regular neighborhood wouldn’t, such as spas, fitness centers, walking areas, game centers, art rooms, and pools. Sometimes they have dining close by, laundry facilities, playgrounds, or meeting rooms. If you want to live in a quiet and central location where everything is at your fingertips, try a clubhouse community and you certainly will not regret it.

Boating
Boating communities are a great option for those who prefer to be out on the water as opposed to anywhere else. Such communities create a nautical culture that sets them apart. Residents of boating communities share a love of idling in their craft of choice at sunset, or slipping away from the dock before sunrise for the first catch of the day.

Fishing
Fishing has been a popular hobby for many active adults. It’s peaceful, relaxing, and can be enjoyed as a solo activity or with a group of friends. Fishing also allows Baby Boomers to spend quality time outdoors while getting some fresh air and taking in beautiful views

Gated
A gated community is a great option for those who want to live in a place replete with luxury and privacy.

Homesites
You can have it your way, and you are only limited by your own imagination. With our Home site community, we give you the chance to start with a blank slate and design your front and back yards and the whole house and outbuildings.

Retirement
Senior-style living has come a long way in the past couple of decades. Most retirement communities have endless lists of clubs and activities.

Condos and Townhomes
Condos and townhomes are also generally smaller than a house, so there’s less cleaning involved, and they are always offered in central city locations

Resort
If you love luxury and want to live in a peaceful and pretty area, our resort communities are definitely for you. The fresh air, birds chirping and beautiful scenery are just around the corner; and of course what happens in a resort, stays in a resort.

Fitness Center
Our fitness center community combines everything you need to stay at your physical peak in an easily accessible and fun way.

Community Garden
There are so many benefits to growing your own food. You know where the seeds or seedlings came from, you know what nutrients you give them, and you can monitor everything while they are growing in real

Land Preservation
Nature is good for your health, because it gives you an easy opportunity to exercise and explore. Fresh air revives your being, and equally stress is reduced in the great outdoors.

Green Building
For many adults approaching retirement age, environmental sustainability is a huge concern. Reducing your carbon footprint has never been more accessible, popular or cozier than taking up residence in a Green Retirement Community.

Audubon Certification
Audubon’s Bird-Friendly Communities initiative shows locals how taking small actions where they live and work can add up to real conservation impact for birds.

United States

Discovery Tour
Visiting the town or city you want to live in or near is great. But, the only way to truly know that a community or town is where you want to be is to live like a resident.

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Tax-Friendly
One of the best ways to protect your fixed income payments is to move to a tax friendly state where you can shield your income from heavy tax burdens found in Northeast states like New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Pickleball
People of all ages are able to play pickleball and it is gaining in popularity more and more each year. It is an easy and fun way to break a sweat and get some good exercise in a non-challenging manner.

Waterviews
Water quenches the soul. A water view provides restorative benefits. As a result, the most popular destinations among ideal-LIVING readers are always waterfront

Active Adult
Living in an active adult community is ideal for those who want to nurture their wellbeing and enjoy life to the fullest. It’s in the DNA of these low-maintenance communities to view getting older as nothing more than an excuse to be more active.

On-Site Dining
The practice of adapting consumer dining trends for the senior living world is not new, as evidenced by the growing number of new senior living communities opening with full-service bars, fast casual eateries and bistros.

Social Clubs
If you like to plan or attend a different event every day or evening, you’ll be right at home in these communities. From special interest clubs and guest lecturers to themed dances, music concerts, and other weekly events, you’ll never experience a void in your social calendar unless you want to.

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