Corner building site in the Village at Seabrook. The Village at Seabrook brings back the neighborly feel of island communities built long ago. Amenities include two swimming pools with changing rooms, a picnic area and an oyster shed all located on a wooded peninsula jutting out into Palmetto Lake across from the Lake House wellness/community center available to Seabrook Island property owners. The lake is stocked with fish and surrounded by a walking path for easy access to the Lake House. From the outset, environmental preservation has been a primary concern with hundred-year old oaks carefully protected and green spaces set aside for wildlife habitat. It's not unusual to see ospreys nesting, a heron stalking his lunch in the lakeside shallows or a squadron of humming birds checking
out your backyard flowers. The equestrian center boarders the entry to the Village with the racquet club across the street. Just a short bike ride away is Bohicket Marina and Freshfields Village. Seabrook Island is home to a private beachfront community with two championship golf courses, a tournament grade tennis center, full-service equestrian center, fitness and aquatics complex, long unspoiled beaches, a seasonal variety of indoor and outdoor dining venues for lunch, dinner and your own private events of any size. Also located on the island proper are Freshfields Village and Bohicket Marina. Freshfields Village is a unique town center mix of shopping, dining and service establishments in a stylish and relaxed outdoor environment between Seabrook Island and neighboring Kiawah Island. Bohicket Marina is home to 200 wet slips, 90 dry storage slips and a quaint market with wonderful restaurants and shops. Contribution to capital within P.U.D. upon the initial sale and resale is 1/2 of 1% of the sale price. Buyer responsible for a $100 transfer fee at closing. Purchase also requires membership to the Seabrook Island Club. Village at Seabrook's community fee is $977.50 annually.