SULLIVANS ISLAND

$2,164,000

AVERAGE

SALE PRICE

IN 2018

$703

AVERAGE

PRICE PER SQUARE FT

IN 2018

120

AVERAGE

DAYS ON MARKET

IN 2018

NEIGHBORHOOD STATS

WORLD CLASS ISLAND LIVING

As quoted in the Wall Street Journal, “the secret’s out” about Sullivan’s Island.  This laid-back and sophisticated beach community flies under the radar with understated class and small-town vibe, yet is one of the most expensive zip codes in the U.S.  Over the last 20 years many fortune 500 CEOs, B-list celebrities, and retired athletes have found their way here and now call the island home.  Along with the South of Broad and Old Village neighborhoods, Sullivans Island has a rich Charleston history, and some of the most picturesque streets you can find anywhere.  During the day you'll see golf cart commuters and friendly families on the beach without an abundance of tourists. At night, the village has excellent restaurant and bar options.  Sullivan’s is a great family beach, a top school district,  and is one of the most desirable places to live in country.

"It's amazing here! We are close to the beach and the village, we take the golf cart to Poe's for lunch, bike around the island in the evenings- pure paradise."   

- SULLIVANS RESIDENT -

PROS & CONS

FROM A LOCAL'S PERSPECTIVE

  • The closest beach to downtown Charleston and a short work commute into the city
  • The homes, beaches, and street-scapes are absolutely stunning

  • Exclusivity is draw:

  • The island is super safe

  • There are only a handful of parking spaces for general public wishing to access the beach

  • There are only a handful of homes with "grand-fathered in" rental licenses left on the island-- so you don't get the crowds and the wild party renters

  • At the same time- if you are hoping to buy and rent out your beach house to offset costs... this is not the beach for you

  • The village has great restaurants and just the right amount of vibe and nightlife

  • Great parks, facilities, and a library on the island

  • Top school district, and a brand new top public school in SC built on the island in 2015

  • The real estate market on the island moves at light speed so it can be a bit of a shock to those used to slower markets back home.