Sullivans Island House Rental Photos and Description
Home, 3 Bedrooms, 2.0 Baths, (Sleeps 8)
Please note: June and July reserved for extended family each year.
A true Sullivan's Island "Island Home" with 1345 sq. ft. of wrap-around porch, 1075 sq. ft. of it covered, screened, and fully furnished. 3 bedrooms and 2 baths sleeps 8. Quiet geo-thermal heating and air conditioning. Pet friendly, covered parking, gas BBQ grill and picnic table, beach carts. The owners grew up right here on this property. Now they bring their families back every year. Experience the Island Life, and create your own memories for you and your family.
Conde' Nast Travelers chose Charleston the #1 vacation destination in the world. Come see why, and enjoy the tranquility of this classic barrier island.
Enjoy this island home on a large one acre lot, centrally located on tranquil Sullivan’s Island. The screened porch wraps around the home, beckoning you into the hammock or onto a stuffed chair. The huge yard will occupy the kids beginning right after breakfast. Fido can let himself off the deck through his doggy door, down his own stairs to the fenced in dog run, and back when he’s ready.
Bedroom 1 offers a queen bed with a bath right across the hall from the door. Bedroom 2 has a queen bed and a twin bed, with a bath again just across the hall from the door. Upstairs, bedroom 3 has 3 twin beds.
A short hike will get you to several great eateries in town, or put you on one of the country’s best beaches. You soon become one of the locals; there are no hotels, motels, or B&Bs on Sullivan’s Island. Use the available beach carts to haul your things to the beach. Bring your bikes or rent some locally.
Downtown Charleston is just 15 minutes away, with nationally ranked chefs, historic tours by buggy or on foot, the Southeast's finest aquarium, great shopping, a French Quarter you will fall in love with, and so much more. Family Circle Cup Tennis Tournament early April, just 11 miles away.
Travel + Leisure just named Charleston the No. 1 city in the U.S. and Canada.
History buffs will enjoy touring Fort Moultrie, now part of the National Park Service. Originally built of Palmetto logs that British cannonballs were unable to penetrate (botanically a grass, not a tree), the fort played an important role in bombarding Fort Sumpter to begin the American Civil War. Fort Moultrie continued as a part of the U.S. defense system to protect Charleston right through WWII.
This property is in a family trust for several adult siblings who grew up on this very property. There is a small cottage also on the 1 acre lot occupied by one of the adult siblings.
A sample of our great guest reviews-
Date of Stay December 15, 2012
This is a wonderful place to stay. Convenient to beach and lots of good restaurants and bars. Fantastic place for dogs. Make sure you get registered with the town so you can let the dogs play on the beach (off leash from 5 am to noon during off season). It's worth it if you're going to be there for a month. The owner on site was extremely friendly and had lots of stories to tell about the history of Sullivan's Island (for example, there used to be a trolley hence the streets being called stations). I can't wait to get back.
Recommended for: Pet-friendly, Girls Getaway, Tourists without a Car, Sightseeing, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children, Romantic Getaway
Date of Stay April 25, 2012
We enjoyed our stay at The Fetter's Beach House on Sullivan's Island. Everything you need is supplied. The beach is just a short walk or quick bike ride from the house. The island is laid back and friendly. We rode our bikes to historical Ft. Moultrie for a tour and Charleston is just a short drive away. One of the owner's lives on the back of the property and was most helpful with any questions we had. We especially loved the porches at this house, always a nice breeze and so relaxing for your first cup of coffee in the mornings. We will definately stay here again on our next trip to Charleston.
Recommended for: Pet-friendly, Girls Getaway, Sightseeing, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children
Date of Stay March 12, 2012
I had to be in town for business for a month this year and needed a place to stay. The house was just fixed up inside and looked great. The screened in porch was great as extended living space and made for a really nice way to spend the evenings. We had another family come and stay with us and they enjoyed it as well, there was more than enough space for both families. The pet run with entrance from upstairs was great for our dog and made the trip much easier. I would highly recommend this house! (**Special note: These guests returned the following year for another great stay!)
- non smoking only
- pets considered