Million Dollar Property Feature: 1172 Oyster Catcher Court
A comfortable year-round climate, miles of pristine beaches, and an unlimited number of things to do are just a few reasons why Seabrook Island is such a great place to call home. When it comes to finding the perfect place for laid-back coastal living, it just doesn’t get any better than Seabrook. This special lot on Oyster Catcher Court truly embodies all the best of our Island: oceanfront, marsh front, and right near the luxury amenities, the lot is well situated for building your dream home. The lot is a spectacular property full of promise!
1172 Oyster Catcher Court
This week we want to share one of our most distinctive million-dollar listings on Seabrook Island: 1172 Oyster Catcher Court. This hidden gem on Seabrook Island has huge potential for future residential builds. As one of our premier luxury listings, the 3.15-acre property encompasses picturesque waterscape views of the marsh, creek, and the Atlantic Ocean, as well as an expansive space to build your family home.
Check out our aerial footage of this beautiful waterfront site.
A Premiere Oceanfront and Marsh Front Property Near Charleston
Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac in our gated community, Lot 8 provides ample privacy and parking opportunities. Get the best of both worlds with wooded and non-wooded portions of the lot, highlighting unlimited options for positioning your dream home and additional structures. This premier piece of land is the perfect canvas for buyers interested in building their own custom home. So bring your builder and your architect, and let’s make your dream house a reality at Seabrook Island, home of South Carolina’s best beaches.
Live the Island Life at 1172 Oyster Catcher Court
This Seabrook Island oasis is also perfect for outdoor adventures and water activities. Marvel at the beautiful Lowcountry sunsets with views of the creek, marsh, and ocean at this truly spectacular property. Conveniently cruise the coastal areas with dock permit availability for Captain Sam’s tidal creek and the Atlantic. Spend the day kayaking, paddle boarding, and leisurely walking the coastline.
A short drive or bike ride from this property brings you to Kiawah Beachwalker Park, one of the best locations to encounter Charleston’s wildlife. Find your favorite local dining and shopping spots and explore the Bohicket Marina and Freshfields Shopping Center. Come experience the unique charms that Seabrook Island has to offer, and you will soon see why members of our community love living here year-round! In the meantime, learn more about the endless activities on Seabrook Island.
Get to Know the Neighborhood
Our 2,200-acre, secluded island community is not your average summer vacation spot. Just a short drive from downtown Charleston, Seabrook Island claims some of the most beautiful and unique island real estate along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.
Seabrook Island real estate is thoughtfully planned, striking the perfect balance of luxurious amenities and untouched natural surroundings. Our guests and residents enjoy a variety of activities, from hitting balls on our award-winning golf courses and horseback riding on the beach near Charleston, to kayaking and fishing along the abundant tidal creeks.
Whether you would like to buy an existing home or build your own, your coastal home will be surrounded by some of the best beaches in South Carolina, lush maritime forests, and 1,140 acres of tranquil marsh habitat.
Spectacular properties like 1172 Oyster Catcher Court do not come around often! Seize the opportunity to join the dynamic Seabrook Island community and make lasting memories with your family.
With our inclusive range of cottages, villas, townhomes, and homes for sale on Seabrook Island, SC, the Seabrook Island Real Estate team will certainly be able to find the perfect place for you. To request more information about this exquisite property, contact Mary Ann Lloyd with the Seabrook Island Real Estate Team at 843-768-2560 or fill out our online contact form. Secure this picturesque home site on Seabrook Island today!