Sullivan's Island Real Estate
Sullivan's Island real estate is perfect for people looking for locations near Charleston Harbor. With around 2000 residents, it’s part of the Charleston-North Charleston-Summerville area without being overcrowded. So if you're searching for a location near Charleston, without being a direct part of it, then be sure to check out Sullivan's Island real estate.
Sullivan's Island Real Estate: Close To History
Some of the Sullivan's Island real estate you'll find is close to historic sites, like the 1776 American Revolution battle at Fort Sullivan (AKA Fort Moultrie). But the history of the area goes back even further to Capt. Florence O'Sullivan. He was the lighthouse keeper who served the first fleet of English and Irish settlers in Charleston, in the late 1600s. Here you also find a memorial dedicated to Sullivan Island’s darker history as being the largest slavery port in North America. The area also served as a creative influence for Edgar Allen Poe’s short story ‘The Gold-Bug’. To this day streets such as Raven and Gold Bug Drives commemorate his works. That means when you buy Sullivan's Island real estate you're never too far from a deep sense of history.
Your Sullivan's Island Real Estate Agent: Ed Hunnicutt
If you've been looking for Sullivan's Island real estate let me help. I’m Ed Hunnicutt of the Hunnicutt Team. With years of experience in the Charleston area, we can find you a location that matches your budget and requirements. Getting started is easy. Simply contact us today with a few details of what you're looking for in Sullivan's Island real estate.