Edisto, South Carolina
Located twenty miles south of Historic Charleston along the coast of Edisto Island is private and secluded Edingsville Beach. Connected to the mainland only by a lush and beautiful private island called Jeremy Cay, Edingsville Beach is an area steeped with Southern forklore... it was here that many of the Lowcountry's pre-Civil War planter aristocracy made their summer homes over a century ago. With the rise and fall of the tide and the gental ocean breezes, one can almost feel the graceful lifestyle of the 1800's.
Jeremy Cay is a 45 minute drive to downtown Charleston and 10 minutes from the community of Edisto Beach. Edisto is a small island, but offers everything that you would desire on vacation. There are several surf and gift shops and a handful of restaurants ranging from fried seafood or southern home cooking to gourmet fare.
Watercolours is oceanfront and offers a spacious, open floor plan that includes: large den, chef's kitchen, dining table for 10 with additional casual seating for 8 + 5 at the bar. The large, ocean facing porch offers plenty of comfortable seating, grill, hot tub and outdoor shower.
There is a second den on the 3rd floor and an observation room on the 4th floor that doubles as another large den or napping room.
Located on a 600 acre private island with 22 home sites, you have the ability to drive a golf cart onto the beach. There is excellent fishing in the tidal waters or you can charter a boat in town.
Estate with 4 levels
6 bedrooms, 4 baths, 5500 square feet, 511 square meters
King, 2x Queen, King, King, King, and Queen
11 guests maximum
Charleston International Airport (CHS)
30 minutes by car
Atlantic Ocean - Beach Front, view of 5000 ac wildlife refuge, creeks and live Oaks
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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Activities of Interest
- Great restaurants to visit include Flowers Seafood Company, Edisto Seafood, and Billow Street Pizza.
- Visit Edisto Island's Serpentarium a zoo specializing in all types of reptiles!
Places of Interest
- Take a short excursion by boat to Wilkinson's Landing, the secluded beach known as "Shell Island."
- Edisto Beach State Park and national forest is adjacent to the private island.
- Charleston is a short drive away with rich history, well-preserved architecture, great shops and a celebrated restaurant community.
Absolutely delivered! So peaceful, yet so much to do. We thoroughly enjoyed walking on the beach -- the shelling is amazing. We biked, enjoyed the wildlife...so many birds and fish. The dolphins were in full force. :) Breathtaking view from the porch and top level. The little town has a lot to do. Just down the road from the driving range and state park. The museum was fantastic. The little markets had the best food! The restaurants were casual and the food was wonderful. The locals were very helpful, as was the owner. Went into Charleston for a day trip; it is close by. We just cannot say enough nice things. The trip was perfect and we will definitely return!”