The Isle of Palms is popular mainly for its six miles of pristine beach, but it is also growing in popularity as a residential area where families can enjoy a quick commute to work or feel like their on a resort island. Popular with vacationers, Isle of Palms has the Wild Dunes Resort located at the northeast end of the island offering visitors the ability to relax or enjoy a round of golf at it’s Tom Fazio-designed golf course. With Charleston’s downtown amenities only 25 minutes away, you are never too far from fine dining and shopping.
The Isle of Palms features some of the grandest beachfront properties in all of South Carolina.
LIVE (Home prices & proximity to everyday conveniences)
Isle of Palms is a community that many visit, but then eventually come to stay. You will find that the island maintains a small-town feel, but if you need to do some shopping or get some groceries, it’s all within 5 minutes away via the Isle of Palms connector.
Isle of Palms properties are priced from the $300,000’s for a 1 Bdrm Condo unit to over 1.5 Million for a beachfront home making it one of the more affordable beachfront locations in Charleston!
Piggly Wiggly – 5.2 mi
Harris Teeter – 6.7 mi
BP – 2.3 mi
Kangaroo Express – 2.3 mi
Pelican Cleaners – 2.1 mi
US Post Office – 2.6 mi
WORK (proximity to business centers, job locations, etc.)
Located 25 minutes from downtown Charleston, Isle of Palms is an easily accessible location with two access points: 1) Isle of Palms Connector (Connecting Isle of Palms to Mount Pleasant) & the Grace Memorial Bridge (Connects Sullivan’s Island to Isle of Palms)
5 minutes to Mount Pleasant
25 minutes to North Charleston
30 minutes to West Ashley
PLAY (neighborhood restaurants, shopping and recreation)
Morgan Creek Grill – located at the Isle of Palms Marina. Eat seafood while overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway.
Acme Cantina – Another restaurant offering fresh, local seafood with a twist – It also specializes in burritos, fajitas, steaks, seafood, and ribs – You see, that’s the twist.
Coconut Joe’s – An open air rooftop bar where you can have a drink and watch the ocean.
Seabiscuit Cafe – Not named after the famous race horse. Here you’ll find delicious breakfast items.
The Mount Pleasant Town Center has all your shopping needs rolled into one. Located just 6.4 miles away, this upscale shopping center has retailers like, Banana Republic, White House/Black Market, Pier 1 Imports and more…
Parks & Attractions:
The six-mile long, one-mile wide Isle of Palms barrier island offers a myriad of recreational opportunities, including bike and hiking paths, sandy beaches, playgrounds, etc. Beach lovers enjoy the convenience of going to the oceanfront County park in the center of the island, which makes this beach accessible to all.
There are no schools within 8 miles radius of this location.
ISLE OF PALMS HOMES FOR SALE
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