2750 sq.ft. home. Private access to beach (80 yards). Swimming is legal only 300 yards south. There is an excellent beach 2 blocks away. There is a private in-ground pool, shower and space for 2 large cars under the house. 1st floor: open floor plan, bright, spacious and airy. Large kitchen w/ island, formal dining room (seats 8), laundry room, dumb waiter, extra large deck with screened porch with ocean view. 2nd floor: 2 newly furnished master suites with private balconies (great views to the rising sun on the ocean) and 2 more rooms with an extra full bathroom. Each floor has its own A/C. Sullivan's Island, a secluded, non-commercialized island within a 20-minute drive to downtown, historic Charleston with many extraordinary restaurants. Also there are 5 restaurants 1 mile away. A 30 second walk and you're at the ocean. Take a long walk on the beach. ... Enjoy the surf or great gullies to play in; watch the pelicans, sea gulls; rent windsurfers, kayaks, boats, and kite-boards.
Extras, Outdoors: Nice, homey atmosphere. Year built: 1991. Comcast with extras; Books: fine art, sailing, local and world culture, history of low-country, South Carolina. National Geographic, southern magazines. Living room opens tho large screened porch with a panoramic view of the Atlantic. 32 Ft in-ground pool is in front of the screened porch with cool deck.
Take a long walk on the beach... Enjoy the surf or great gullies to play in; watch the pelicans, sea gulls; rent windsurfers, kayaks, boats, and kite-boards.
The short beach in front of the house is not for swimming, only for jumping in and rinsing off! Swimming beach is 300 yards away beyond the round white house.
Biking, Boating, Other Activities: Rent bikes and golf carts to explore the islands. Rent a boat to discover the famous Charleston Harbor and the Intra-coastal Waterway with its many creeks or just simply escape from the crowd: ride along with dolphins, check out the unique bird habitat of the marshes and anchor on a shell island in the middle of 'nowhere'.
Wildlife viewing, boating, shelling, walking on wide sandy beaches, historic Fort Moultrie.
Sullivan's Island: Separated from the mainland with the Intra-coastal Waterway and marshes, Sullivan's Island is more beach than resort, with semi-tropical terrain, wide sandy beaches, historic Fort Moultrie, etc. it is a sport, nature and history lovers' paradise. Go crabbing, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing and sailing in the ocean or in the inlets and creeks leading to the waterway.