BRADLEY, BURKES AND SINGLETON BEACHES, HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC
What was once considered an ancillary stretch of shoreline between Port Royal and Palmetto Dunes Plantations, these areas have become a viable and upscale alternative to the more familiar private gated communities of Hilton Head Island. Borrowing from the architectural charm of Rainbow Row on the Battery in Charleston, SC, developers and builders have fashioned several communities that offer new-construction homes that are more affordable than those counterparts found in the island’s older and more established neighborhoods.
Top 5 Reasons to Live in Bradley, Burkes and Singleton Beaches
- You love uncrowded beaches
- You want new construction
- You want the ocean, but not at private plantation prices
- You want the freedom of a non-gated community
- Tennis, golf, dining and shopping are minutes away
Bradley, Burkes and Singleton Beaches
While the names of the beaches are tied to the past and the island’s rich history, everything else about this spot has something to appeal to today’s lifestyle. The majority of homes in this area have been built since 1995, so they offer all of the comforts of modern design including high ceilings, open floor plans, large kitchens, private swimming pools and elevators.
Access to the beach is abundant and you are never far from the sand and surf. The Town of Hilton Head Island constructed the 11-acre Chaplin Community Park right in the middle of this area and it boasts lighted tennis courts, ball fields, basketball courts and even a dog park. With its mid-island location all of the conveniences of shopping, dining, golf and other resort activities are within close proximity.
And even though this area of the island has undergone a major transformation over the past decade there are still numerous opportunities to purchase undeveloped lots and build your own dream home near the beach.