Live amongst natural beauty and wildlife in a Kiawah Island home. There are gorgeous beaches, maritime forests, sand dunes, and marshes to explore. Watch for turtles, white tailed deer, seabirds, bobcats, river otters, gray foxes, osprey, and more. There are 10 miles of beach on Kiawah Island and residents live in a private gated community.
The Arts Council stays busy planning arts and cultural events. The calendar is packed with guitar concerts, films, singers, and other musicians. Most of these events take place at Church of Our Savior, Turtle Point Clubhouse, The Sandcastle, Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Town of Kiawah Island Municipal Center, or Freshfields Village. There are many shops and restaurants in Freshfields Village. Stores include Bluemercury, Coastal Footwear, GDC Home, Indigo Books, Islands Mercantile, The Village Market by Harris Teeter, and many more. Restaurants include Ben & Jerry’s, Cantina 76, Fuji Sushi Bar & Grill, Hege’s, Java Java, King Street Grille, and La Tele Pizzeria.
Golfers enjoy playing at Kiawah Island Golf Resort. Many top golfers have played here, as it has been home to the Ryder Cup, PGA Championship, and other tournaments. There are five courses to choose from, including The Ocean Course designed by Pete Dye, Osprey Point designed by Tom Fazio, Oak Point designed by Clyde Johnson, Turtle Point designed by Jack Nicklaus, and Cougar Point designed by Gary Player. There is also a great clubhouse, tennis, a spa, and dining at Kiawah Island Golf Resort.
Children living in Kiawah Island real estate have the choice of many great public and private schools in the area. Families enjoy spending time at Night Heron Park and Nature Center. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable and there is much to see and do. Take a walk down to the beach, enjoy the pond and picnic tables, go for a swim in the pool, and find some items to take back to your Kiawah Island home in the gift shop.