Isle of Palms

Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, just 12 miles from historic Charleston, the Isle of Palms has approximately five thousand (5000) residents. From humble beginnings in WWII, today, it is among the most elite addresses in coastal America. It features nine hundred (900) acres of golf, tennis and beach resorts, tucked along six (6) miles of white, sandy beaches.

The island is known for its large beachfront homes and a vibrant, but small downtown just steps from the water. Residents enjoy peaceful serenity, particularly in the off-peak months. Bordered by the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean, life on this barrier island is breezy and laid-back, and still mere minutes away from historic downtown Charleston and the Charleston International Airport.


Population: 4,319
Median income: $95,405
Median house/condo price: $879,617
Median gross rent: $1,777