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Seabrook Island

Seabrook is a spectacular gated community approximately a beautiful half hour drive from Charleston. Only seven square miles, its year-round population is approximately 2000. Accessed through Johns Island and directly adjacent to more famous Kiawah Island, its official website tells its story well. “Edged by 2.5 miles of beaches along the Atlantic Ocean, Seabrook Island is home to a spectacular range of wildlife and a thriving ecosystem. Generations of visitors and residents have enjoyed the best of life amidst the natural beauty of the island. Winding streets lined with live oaks and hanging Spanish moss surround private homes, rental villas and condos nestled in between. The peaceful, natural beauty of the Island is home to a vibrant community of residents and visitors who have an array of amenities and activities at their fingertips.” With a storied history dating back to 1666, it is best known today for the enviable lifestyle of its residents and those fortunate enough to visit.

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The Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch
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