Carolina Beach Rentals | South Carolina Beach Vacation
There are few places where the world rarely intrudes. You have just found one of them. Just miles from historic Charleston, South Carolina, Seabrook Island’s 2,200 acres stands as a reminder of the natural beauty of the Sea Islands.
Edged by wide, uncrossed beaches and pristine dunes along the South Carolina coast, Seabrook Island is home to a spectacular range of wildlife and a thriving ecosystem. Generations of residents have enjoyed the best of life amidst the natural beauty of the island.
Home & Villa Rentals
Seabrook Island offers a variety of rental and vacation properties for visitors to choose from, each bringing its own unique charm to this island paradise, including the Ocean Area Villas, Golf Area Villas, Tennis Area Villas, Scenic Area Villas and an assortment of private homes on the island.
South Carolina Residential
Homes and homesites are available in private neighborhoods. Lot sizes range from about one-third acre to more than one acre with the average home size around 3,000 square feet. There are more than 2,500 property owners from the states and 21 foreign countries. More than 700 families make Seabrook Island their year-round home.
The Seabrook Island Club has participated in the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, North American Bird Watching Open since 1998, taking top honors each year. More than 80 species, including federally threatened and endangered birds such as the bald eagle are routinely spotted on the island.
A vibrant community thrives here, built on the desires of a club membership where interests are diverse, yet one central priority stands above all others – to live within a private, natural environment where a relaxed smile and warm wave greet island residents and visitors alike.
South Carolina Beaches
The Atlantic Ocean provides 2.5 miles of Seabrook Island’s shoreline. Another mile of sandy expanse extends by the wide tidal North Edisto River.
Seabrook Island is a heavily forested island dominated by majestic oaks, palm trees, live oaks, pines, hickories, magnolias and sweetgum trees.
Seabrook Island is home to a variety of mammals such as raccoons, grey squirrels, marsh rabbits, red fox, otters and white tail deer. More than 30 species of reptiles can be found such as alligators, tree frogs, chameleons and turtles.