Kiawah Island House Rental Photos and Description
3 bedrooms, 31/2 baths, sleeps 6-9
This renovated 3 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath luxury home looks onto the 13th hole of the Jack Nicklaus designed Turtle Point Golf Course.
TurtleCon offers a wide open floor plan, with a newly remodeled kitchen flowing into the dining area and living room, complete with fireplace. Turtlecon boasts an ideal central location near golf, tennis, bike trails and Night Heron Park. The Community Pool is right out the front door. Ten miles of beach are a short walk or bike ride across the golf course.
Amenities: TurtleCon has 3 Bedrooms, each with its own tiled bathroom. A king bed is on the first floor, with three queen beds on the second floor. A sleeper sofa is in the living room.
Verandas with rockers catch the ocean breezes, while the large deck is ideal for an evening BBQ. There is a large fully-equipped kitchen, washer & dryer, fireplace, cable TV/VCR in living room and all bedrooms. Wireless Internet access. Two car garage.
Kiawah Island has everything! : Beaches, beach combing, swimming, biking.
Golf & Tennis: Kiawah is Nationally ranked!: # 1 Ranked U.S. Golf Resort by Travel + Leisure Golf--
# 1 Ranked Tennis Resort in the World by Tennis Resorts Online
# 1 Ranked Family Resort in the East and Southeast by Travel + Leisure Family Magazine-
# 2 Ranked Island to Visit in the U.S. by Conde Nast Traveler-- AAA Five Diamond Award Winner:
Home of The Ocean Course: Host to Ryder Cup, the 2007 Senior PGA and 2012 PGA Championships--
Guests of Property Owners on Kiawah Island are able to book tee times and tennis times on a space available basis only.
The resort gives priority and the ability to reserve times more than a week in advance only to their own guests. As our property is not managed by the resort, you need to wait until you get onto the island to book times. Often, this is not a problem, but during the busiest weeks, it may be. If having guaranteed golf and tennis times are priorities, you should book a rental in a home that is managed by the Kiawah Island Golf Resort.
The Sanctuary Hotel at Kiawah Island Golf Resort is an AAA Five Diamond Award Winner. The Sanctuary's fine restaurants include the Ocean Room, Jasmine Porch and Loggerhead poolside grill There is also The Spa. Kiawah's only non-private world-class spa facility located at The Sanctuary.
Additional Kiawah activities include cycling, jogging, boating, sailing,, wind-surfing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, bird watching, hiking. There is a marvelous professionally staffed Nature center at Night Heron Park, with many live animals found on Kiawah.
There are restaurants for every taste and style both on the Island and within three miles. Nearby Freshfields Village has Groceries, cafes, restaurants, craft-shopping, ATM/bank, Drug store, medical services, and much more !
At nearby Bohicket Marina: Charter there are boat tours of ocean, bay, sound, rivers. Plus excellent restaurants.
Off the island you will find many destinations for low country sight seeing, including a number of plantations on the National Register. And of course, America's #1 tourist destination is nearby Charleston for shopping, dining and night life.
TurtleCon has pool access!: TurtleCon is fortunate to have access to our large neighborhood pool right outside the front door. For no extra fee, your family will enjoy swimming to their heart's content.
This is not true for many homes on Kiawah. Due to restrictions placed by the Kiawah Island Golf Resort, many private homes and villas no longer have access to a swimming pool. You should look into this issue as you are making your decision about renting a home.
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
About Dennis Garapic
Turtlecon is owned by the Conway family, formerly of Cleveland Ohio. They fell in love with the south while living for some years in Asheville, North Carolina. Charleston was a favorite destination even then. Peter Conway is a partner in the local real estate firm of Akers and Ellis and manages several Kiawah properties on behalf of his wife and two daughters.
We are not absentee owners, using an impersonal property management company to oversee our properites. In fact, we feel as if we don’t operate rental units – rather we open our homes to new friends. If you stay in our home we want you to feel right at home yourself. If we accomplish that, we have succeeded. We believe that you will find each of our homes to be the perfect base for exploring Kiawah and having the vacation of a lifetime. If there is anything you need, just let us know!
Turtlecon is managed by family friend Dennis Garapic. Dennis and Peter came together to Kiawah to play golf, and to watch the 2007 PGA Senior tournament on the island. Kiawah has gotten into Dennis’ blood, and managing these properties gives him an ironclad reason to be a frequent visitor.
Dennis Garapic purchased this house in 2004
Why Dennis Garapic chose Kiawah Island
We became enchanted with Kiawah one spring break when we drove up the east coast from Florida looking for the perfect place for a second home. When we arrived on Kiawah, we knew our search was over. It wasn’t any one particular thing – it was everything. For the girls, it was the beach. For Peter, it was the golf, and the biking. For Mary, it was the fact that the island is a nature conservancy. Alligators, turtles, bobcats, oh my! And for all of us, it was the serenity of a Kiawah sunrise, and the dolphins playing on the strand at Captain Sam’s inlet.
What makes this house unique
Located in the very center of the Island, Turtlcon is handy to EVERYTHING. The beach is five minutes awayl The neighborhood pool is next to the house. We are on the Turtle Point Golf Course, with the Clubhouse and practice area just a few paces away.
As a private home instead of a villa, you are able to grill out, another nice benefit.