There is a reason that Charleston’s tourist season is during the warmer months, and that reason is our wonderful beaches. Today I am going to be talking about my personal favorite beach, Isle of Palms. Living on Isle of Palms for three years was an amazing experience, and even if you are just visiting you will understand why. I am grateful that I now get to work on this beautiful island, and I hope that you stop by my office at 1400-G Palm Blvd if you are ever in town!
Isle of Palms
Neighboring the Intracoastal Waterway, Atlantic Ocean, Sullivan's Island, and Breach Inlet really puts the meaning in the old real estate saying “location, location, location.” The Isle of Palms' nearly 2,880 acres includes a thriving local business district surrounded by residences, miles of beach, and a community where you'll find beachfront live music at the Windjammer, bathing-suit clad kids eating ice cream, beach volleyball, and families kicking back to enjoy it all.
Written by: Robert Judy