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Isle of Palms, SC 29451

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Isle of Palms, South Carolina

Only a short drive from historic downtown Charleston, the Isle of Palms has artfully attained the perfect combination of preservation and development, creating arguably one of the most idyllic beachside communities on the East Coast. Located north of Charleston Harbor, the upscale barrier island is an ideal retirement community for those seeking the feeling of community that most resort islands cannot offer.

The island is known for its cooling breezes, mild winters and pleasant summers ...

Throughout the storied history of the area, the islandís wide beaches were used as a getaway for Charlestonians and other Lowcountry residents. But it was not until the late 1800s when year-round residents began moving to the island on a permanent basis. Today, the two-mile Isle of Palms Connecter, linking the island community to the mainland, makes getting to and from the island a breeze.

The island is known for its cooling breezes, mild winters, and pleasant summers, creating the perfect setting for snowbirds from across the United States in search of a year-round warm weather home.

The Isle of Palms Parks and Recreation Department offers numerous activities for residents and tourists alike, from aerobics and yoga to recreational team sports. The island also features a full service marina for boaters. On the north end of the island, the spectacular Wild Dunes Resort provides two world championship golf courses. Both courses, The Links and The Harbor Course, were designed by renowned course architect Tom Fazio, who has designed several courses in the Lowcountry.

The island is within minutes from the many historical attractions of the area, including the historical downtown district, Fort Sumter, and Fort Moultrie on Sullivanís Island, where Edgar Allen Poe served when he was in the army.

Isle of Palms residents are just minutes away from the most complete shopping mall in the Lowcountry: Towne Centre, in Mount Pleasant. Designed to be reminiscent of a small Southern village, the retail district is home to national department stores and shops as well as locally owned businesses. Also nearby is the eclectic Shem Creek, home to one of the areaís last fishing boat fleets, unusual art galleries and large number of outstanding restaurants.

Wild Dunes Resort

Many people consider Wild Dunes Resort to be the top Charleston Beach Resort. In addition to the ambience and Lowcountry charm, there's the year round climate that makes Wild Dunes a great getaway no matter the season.

Let your vacation reveal itself naturally. Easy living. Just breathe deeply and take in the vistas, the palm trees, the sparkling waves. Weíre paradise for families, for couples on a romantic getaway, and for solo travelers. Serenity or adventure? We offer both in abundance.

Best of all, you can do it all just a half hour from one of the worldís most beloved cities. The beautiful, historic city of Charleston is just a few miles from our front door. Charleston is storied gardens and modern galleries. Itís world class restaurants and beloved bars. Slow-going carriages meet racy imported cars. Tour guides in hoop skirts cross paths with fashion minded folks strutting King Street.

The average daytime temperature during the summer season is in the 80į range. Winter daytime temps average in the 60s, so it's always comfortable for golf, tennis and most outdoor activities.

Wild Dunes Resort averages 230 sunny days a year!

Another great feature of Wild Dunes Resort is it's access to the beach and everything from great golf, tennis, dining and shopping. You can do as much or as little as you like, every day at this beautiful South Carolina vacation resort.

Wild Dunes sees more than 70,000 visiting golfers every year and one of the cleanest beaches in America according to the Clean Beaches Council.

Sullivan's Island, South Carolina

The Town of Sullivanís Island, a barrier island north of Charleston Harbor, is comprised of approximately 2,000 residents in half as many households.  These are primarily full or part time citizens that enjoy the relaxed lifestyle of the Island.  There are very few short-term rentals and no hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, or other transient lodging.

The Town, incorporated in 1817 as Moultrieville, did not allow lean-tos or shacks then as now.  At that time lots were required to have a minimum of Ĺ acre and the same is true today.  Sullivanís Island is unique in that the beachfront lands which have accreted over the years, are owned by the Town and held in a perpetual easement by the Lowcountry Open Land Trust protecting the natural environment along the Atlantic Ocean.

This Island has a long military history of protecting the harbor from invaders and there are many wonderful histories which capture those stories.  Remnants of the military are abundant in now privately held military housing; even former fortifications are now single family residences.  Many of these historic homes have withstood the test of time and ravaging weather.

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1507 Palm Blvd . Isle of Palms, SC 29451
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