Seabrook Island Real Estate

Seabrook Island, South Carolina is an isolated island town located just 25 miles from historic downtown Charleston. Seabrook is adjacent to upscale Kiawah Island and Kiawah Island Golf Resort and shares its commodities and commerce. Seabrook Island real estate is immersed in natural splendor and surrounded by serene marshes, lush maritime forests, and pristine beaches. Encompassing 2,220 acres, the property fiercely protects and maintains its natural resources, ensuring its beauty for future generations. Many homes on Seabrook Island feature awe-inspiring views of the Atlantic Ocean, golf course, or natural preserve. The town itself boasts numerous amenities where residents can enjoy recreational activities such as golfing, swimming, biking, playing tennis, fishing, boating, paddle boarding, kayaking, or horseback riding. In fact, just beyond the magnificent entrance and security gate is the distinctive Equestrian Center, a 25 acre facility that offers private lessons, beach rides, trail rides, boarding and leasing options. Within the gates, Seabrook Island operates two championship golf courses: The Crooked Oaks Golf Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones and The Ocean Winds Golf Course, designed by William Byrd. Read More

Market Snapshot

Total Listings: 101
Average Price: $763,981
Highest Price: $3,595,000
Lowest Price: $54,000





The Crooked Oaks Golf Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones and The Ocean Winds Golf Course, designed by William Byrd. The Seabrook Island Racquet Club, ranked 75th in the world, features spectacular tennis courts and clubhouse.

The Seabrook Island Racquet Club is ranked 75th in the world, and the tennis courts and facility are spectacular too. The local Beach Club features a state-of-the-art fitness center, two resort-style swimming pools, an indoor arcade, and retail boutiques.

Seabrook Island offers many dining options for residents and visitors. For a casual lunch, residents recommend Captain Sam’s Grill and for an oceanside dining experience, patrons opt for the Pelican’s Nest. Other nearby favorites include the Fat Hen, The Wild Olive, Lokal Seabar at Bohicket Marina, Sunrise Bistro, and Nacho Mamas. For shopping and entertainment, residents frequent Freshfields Village, an open-air shopping center anchored by The Village Market by Harris Teeter grocery store. Here, shoppers appreciate the mix of upscale stores like Lilly Pulitzer, J. McLaughlin, Tommy Bahama, Vineyard Vines, and Southern Tide with local boutiques such as Carolina Girls, Scout and Molly, and Tres Carmen. Additionally, Freshfields has an old school pharmacy, Vincent’s Drug Store and Soda Fountain, and hosts numerous social happenings including Sip and Stroll, Spirit Tastings, Muffins and Mimosas, and various seasonal events.

Named after Robert Seabrook, a successful businessman who was known to trade with pirates, the town was not officially incorporated until 1987. Though Robert Seabrook settled in the area in 1679, his family sold the land in 1863 for Confederate paper. Today, the island is adorned with magnificent oaks and magnolia trees and is home to a variety of wildlife including foxes, rabbits, deer, alligators, and turtles. Certified by the Audubon Society since 1996, Seabrook Island truly is an unpretentious oasis.

The island’s Beach Club features a state-of- the-art fitness center, two resort-style swimming pools, an indoor arcade, and a retail boutique. The Lake House Fitness and Wellness Center, a new 26,000 sq. ft. facility provides Seabrook Island property owners and their guests with a state-of- the-art fitness and aquatic facility which features indoor and outdoor pools. In addition, the Lake house boasts meeting space, arts and craft rooms, card rooms, a library, and much more. Seabrook Island offers various dining options for residents and visitors. For a casual dining, there is Bohicket’s Lounge and Sea View Terrace, and for an oceanside dining experience, patrons opt for the Pelican’s Nest.

The more formal Palmetto Room features spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. Other off-island dining favorites include the Fat Hen, Wild Olive and Sunrise Bistro, among others on Johns Island. Nearby Bohicket Marina features Lokal Seabar, Nacho Mamas and Fisher’s Pub, and a great ice cream store.

For shopping and entertainment, residents frequent Freshfields Village, an open-air shopping center anchored by The Village Market by Harris Teeter grocery store. Here, shoppers appreciate the mix of upscale stores like Lilly Pulitzer, J. McLaughlin, Tommy Bahama, Vineyard Vines, and Southern Tide with local boutiques such as Carolina Girls, Scout and Molly, and Tres Carmen. Additionally, Freshfields has an old-school pharmacy, Vincent’s Drug Store and Soda Fountain, and hosts numerous social happenings including Sip and Stroll, Spirit Tastings, Muffins and Mimosas, and various seasonal events. Named after Robert Seabrook, a successful businessman who was known to trade with pirates, the town was not officially incorporated until 1987. Though Robert Seabrook settled in the area in 1679, his family sold the land in 1863 for Confederate paper. Today, the island is adorned with magnificent oaks and magnolia trees and is home to a variety of wildlife including foxes, rabbits, deer, alligators, and turtles. Certified by the Audubon Society since 1996, Seabrook Island truly is an unpretentious oasis.

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