Sullivans Island Real Estate

Just 10 miles east of downtown Charleston, you’ll find Sullivan’s Island. This two and a half-mile long barrier island sits near the entrance to Charleston harbor and is home to only a little over 2,000 residents and some of the area’s most pristine beaches. As the Charleston area experiences incredible growth, Sullivan’s Island retains its small-town charm and relaxed beach-town atmosphere. Living on Sullivan’s Island means access to award-winning restaurants, unique shops, wide beaches, and some colorful history, including a brief stay by Edgar Allen Poe when he was stationed at Fort Moultrie where Sullivan’s Island became the backdrop for Poe’s short story, “The Gold Bug.”