With wide sandy beaches – 10 miles of beach, to be exact – twinkling waterways, world-famous golf courses and an utterly picturesque town that looks like it’s popped off a postcard, Kiawah Island is so beautiful in its offerings and so serene in its ambience that it’s no wonder everyone is desperate for a slice of island property.
Located 25 miles southwest from the historic town of Charleston, Kiawah Island has been something of a kept secret to South Carolina and the wider Deep South. Don’t expect flocks of tourists here; while, of course, the beach can get busy during peak season, the community feel of the island engenders a blissful sense of serenity.
There’s a great history to the island, too; it dates back to 1670, when the Kiawah Indians led English colonists to settle at Charlestowne Landing.
Today, the story continues with the recently developed 101 Flyway Drive. Tucked right onto the Osprey Beach coast, this utterly magnificent property celebrates the awing beauty of its surroundings whilst also providing a timeless and sophisticated living experience for its future owners.
Coming in at four stories, sprawling across nearly one-and-a-half acres, and featuring five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and three half-bathrooms, the estate gorgeously fuses luxury living of the modern day with all the trimmings expected of a fabulous beach house.
Future owners and guests at the Kiawah Island property can take full advantage of the mesmerizing vistas across the lush greenery – and the glimmer of the ocean behind – with copious outdoor spaces.
This includes a spacious rooftop deck boasting panoramic views, a heated infinity pool and spa, and even a private boardwalk straight from the house to the ocean.
And old Southern charm comes alive before one even steps foot beyond the door; the front porch is wide, tall, and wildly romantic, from the white columns to the bottle green window shutters. Inside, a grand entrance with a gallery overlook feels similarly striking in its magnificent state and all-American style.
The interior living spaces include a club room accented by French windows, a great room lined with floor-to-ceiling windows, a wet bar perfect for entertaining, and a sweeping dining area, that features top-of-the-range appliances.
The property was designed and built by architect G. M. Wallace, Jr, of Island Architects, and builder Steve Brenner of Solaris Inc, two individuals who have designed and built properties across Kiawah Island for over two decades. This is an unmissable property in one of the country’s most beautiful – and exclusive – dwellings.