Address: 1 Heron Point, Callawassie Island SC 29909
Asking Price: $571,495 Beds/Baths: 3 BRs/ 3.5 BAs
This waterfront home at 1 Heron Point is surrounded by stately pines, moss-draped oaks and lovely salt marshes. It has space in which to install an elevator.
KEY FEATURES: 1 Heron Point
- Soaring ceilings and walls of windows
- Kitchen boasts an oversized Island, pantry and wet bar
- Great room has fireplace, sound system and built-ins
- Each bedroom offers a private bath
- Ground level includes 3-car-plus garage
- Home warranty included
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> More Community Information: Callawassie Island, SC
About Callawassie Island
Set in the Carolina Lowcountry, Callawassie Island is a private, gated island community offering world-class Tom Fazio golf and a full complement of amenities. A half-mile causeway provides a relaxing, almost magical approach to the island, where peace and quiet are as plentiful as vibrant activity. Send me more about this home in Callawassie Island!
A Certified Community Wildlife Habitat
Callawassie Island is the first South Carolina community to have been designated a “Community Wildlife Habitat” by the National Wildlife Federation. Coexisting with nature—with live oaks and palmettos, with egrets and herons, and with the thriving ecosystem of the salt marsh—has always been important here. Today, that distinguished designation still applies and Callawassie is one of only four South Carolina communities that can claim it. Send me more about this home in Callawassie Island!
The River Club
Overlooking the beautiful Colleton River, the Callawassie Island River Club provides a casual gathering place for friends and neighbors. Noteworthy features are the library and fireplace inside, and the family swimming pool, sundeck and fire pit area outside.
The River Club docks offer community boat tie-ups and slips, as well as deep-water access to the Colleton River and Port Royal Sound. The Sugar Mill Ruins dock and the Paddler’s Point dock offer easy creek access to residents with smaller boats or kayaks. The island’s surrounding tidal rivers, creeks, and freshwater ponds are home to great inshore fishing. Residents catch shrimp and crab right off the community docks. Send me more about this home in Callawassie Island!