Welcome to Kiawah & Seabrook
Ultra private and exclusive oceanfront communities
Handpicked as a vacation home destination for A-list celebrities, athletes, and other prominent figures, Kiawah and Seabrook deliver the height of luxury living. Nestled about 26 miles south of the city, both of these serene towns are considered part of Charleston County. Seabrook is home to a population of 1,762 individuals, while Kiawah has a population of 1,676 residents.
Residential neighborhoods throughout Kiawah and Seabrook are exceptionally private and secluded. Those seeking the highest level of peace, luxury, and tranquility should absolutely explore the gated communities in this prestigious part of Charleston.
What to Love
- Exclusive and private neighborhoods
- Vacation home of A-listers
- Breathtaking golf courses
- The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort
- Upscale shopping and dining
Reside in an exclusive oceanfront oasis upon relocating to either Kiawah or Seabrook. Holding a distinguished reputation as private and prestigious vacation communities, people from across the globe adore this part of Charleston. In comparison to the area’s other beaches — such as Folly Beach and Sullivan’s Island — Kiawah and Seabrook are far less crowded. The beach-going experience here is peaceful and perfect for those who want to unwind. Golf culture thrives in both locales, as they feature numerous courses, as well as the PGA Championship.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Although the area is largely dedicated to golf courses, private dwellings, and beachfront, there are several commercial areas that all residents of Kiawah and Seabrook need to visit.
Freshfields Village is a hub for shopping and dining. This outdoor shopping complex features a variety of high-end stores and restaurants. Seasonally, it also hosts exciting events such as art walks, Cars & Coffee, and community fundraisers. Strolling around Freshfields, peruse the latest arrivals at Lilly Pulitzer, SeaCoast Sports and Outfitters, Southern Tide, and Vineyard Vines. If you’re in search of a delicious meal, be sure to sample the menu items at Fuji Sushi Bar & Grill, FortyEight - Wine Bar & Kitchen, and Cantina 76.
Things to Do
Days spent on Kiawah or Seabrook overflow with refinement and serenity. Individuals who are looking for deep relaxation and restoration will find that the entire area is well-suited to their needs.
The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort is a popular place with locals and visitors alike. Boasting a wide selection of golf courses, restaurants, and amenities, spending your time here is an ideal strategy for achieving stress-free days. Book treatments at their world-class spa, or reserve your tee time at one of the private golf courses — including Turtle Point Golf Course and Night Heron Park. Golf enthusiasts will also be pleased to learn that they can attend the PGA Championship on Kiawah Island.
Planning a picturesque beach day? In addition to the private beaches available to select residents, Kiawah Beachwalker Park is a breathtaking place to visit. As part of the Charleston County Park system, visitors can pay a nominal fee to access parking, miles of pristine beaches, showers, and changing rooms.