In just 20 years, this award-winning planned community has developed into one of the top residential addresses in Charleston. Complete with restaurants, shopping, schools, churches, professional sports stadiums and a private country club, it is much more than a private community. Daniel Island is a true island town, home to over 10,000 residents, some of Charleston's top businesses and several of the region's top festivals and events.
Spanning 4,000 acres and surrounded by rivers, creeks and Charleston Harbor, Daniel Island boasts 23 miles of shoreline, offering residents access to boating, fishing, swimming, crabbing and other aquatic pursuits. More than 400 acres of this sea island have been transformed into an array of parks and open greenspace, and more than 20 miles of leisure trails traverse the island, meandering through neighborhoods and parks, along the marsh and through the island's downtown.
Located in the golf neighborhood of Daniel Island Park, the Daniel Island Club is the island's private country club, featuring two 18-hole golf courses designed by Tom Fazio and Rees Jones in a setting of Lowcountry marsh, parkland and tidal creeks. The club also offers swim, tennis and fitness amenities and several options for fine and casual dining, plus a year-round calendar of social and sporting events.
Daniel Island's traditional neighborhoods feature tree- and sidewalk-lined streets and classic southern architecture. A wide variety of homes, townhomes and condominiums offer a comprehensive selection of residential options, or buyers can choose from a special selection of golf neighborhood homesites in Daniel Island Park.
Off the island, there is much to explore. From the vibrant and historic streets of downtown Charleston - ranked by several national media outlets as the country's top travel destination - to Atlantic beaches, world-class culinary offerings, historic plantations and more, Charleston truly offers something for everyone. And when the need to travel arises, Charleston's newly renovated airport is just a 15 minute drive from the neighborhoods of Daniel Island.
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Acreage 4,000 acres (1,600 hectares)
Club Structure Daniel Island Club-private non-equity, refundable initiation deposit.
Golf The Daniel Club offers two nationally-ranked private golf courses designed by Tom Fazio and Rees Jones. Other golf amenities include a practice range and golf learning center with top-flight instruction.
Clubhouse Set against beautiful golf, marsh and creek views, the clubhouse at the Daniel Island Club offers a casually elegant Lowcountry setting for socializing and events. The clubhouse offers a range of indoor and outdoor dining options including a formal dining room, a pub and a casual grillroom. Men's and women's locker rooms and lounges, bocce and croquet courts and the adjoining Clubhouse Cottages (perfect for out of town guests) make this a popular home away from home for members. The clubhouse is also home to a ballroom and private board room for meetings and special events of all kinds.
Tennis The Family Circle Tennis Center has 14 clay courts, 3 hard courts and a stadium center court. The facility is available to the entire community and home of the Volvo Car Open women's tournament. Daniel Island Club members have access to 11 private club courts at the Park Club facility.
Recreation Access to more than 23 miles of shoreline provided via neighborhood and private docks and community boat ramps. Parks, swimming pools, a nature preserve and playing fields also available to residents. The island's 5,000 seat professional soccer stadium is home to Charleston's professional soccer club.
Walking Trails More than 20 miles of trails traverse the island, meandering along the water, over marshes and through each neighborhood and the island's downtown.
The Park Club Daniel Island Club's swim, tennis & fitness facility offers members two resort-style swimming pools, a state-of-the-art fitness center, 11 tennis courts (including Charleston's only grass court), a cabana bar and poolside dining.
Downtown Daniel Island Centrally-located downtown offers retail shops, restaurants, a supermarket, medical offices, banks, a hotel, churches, schools and more.
Business Part of Charleston's Digital Corridor, Daniel Island is home to some of the region's top technology-based businesses, as well as a vast array of other businesses of all types and sizes.
Charleston Daniel Island is part of the City of Charleston. World-class shopping, dining and cultural attractions in Charleston's historic district are within a 15-mile drive, as are the area's famed Atlantic beaches. The airport is 10 minutes away.
Special Events Daniel Island is home to a growing array of regional events, including the Komen Charleston Race for the Cure, the Volvo Car Open women's tennis tournament, the annual Park Day Festival, Hootie & the Blowfish's annual 'Homegrown Concert' and much more.
Homesites For Sale A variety of golf, marsh, deepwater and interior homesites - including the island's most exclusive settings in Daniel Island Park - are offered from the mid-$200,000s to more than $1 million.
Condominiums and Townhomes For Sale Priced the $200,000s to over $1 million
Homes For Sale Single-family homes are priced from the mid $400,000s to over $5 million
I couldn’t think of a better place to raise my children! Daniel Island seems to have it all from the wonderful parks, swimming pools and bike trails to the great schools, churches, shops and restaurants. We just love living here. It is safe, the kids can ride their bikes to school, and it’s only a short drive to the beaches and downtown Charleston. I highly recommend Daniel Island as a very special place to live and enjoy watching your children grow up.
I couldn’t think of a better place to raise my children! Daniel Island seems to have it all from the wonderful parks, swimming pools and bike trails to the great schools, churches, shops and restaurants. We just love living here. It is safe, the kids can ride their bikes to school, and it’s only a short drive to the beaches and downtown Charlest ...