From DeBordieu to the Moon!


I have been having WAY too much fun with Google Earth lately.
With version 6, I can fly from outer space right down to the streets of DeBordieu, the private, oceanfront, golf community just south of Pawleys Island.
The new “street view” integrated with the 3D environment, allows me to fly any place around the world and see 3D buildings and terrain.
What I really love about Google Earth 6, is that it allows me to capture images of properties on the market at DeBordieu, particularly homesites, so the potential buyer can see not only what the view corridor will be like once they build, but also the breeze corridor.
The picture of Lot 42 on the right, demonstrates the convenient beach access on the north side of the property for the exclusive use of Ocean Oaks residents.

This Google Earth image of Lot 68 on the left demonstrates that even though this homesite is located on hole #5 of DeBordieu’s private Pete Dye Golf Course, in the middle of the community, the open fairways toward the beach and creek will allow for a little extra breeze on those warm summer days.

These Google Earth images demonstrate views, breeze corridors, and also distances to the beach. which is very important to some buyers considering DeBordieu as a second home or permanant residence. Lot 31 in Dune Oaks (pictured to the right) would be an excellent choice for someone wanting a large lot within walking distance to the beach, with a water view, a high elevation, and abundant oak trees.

For more information about the properties pictured on this page, click on the pictures, contact me at Troikaz@DeBordieu.com, or call 843-455-4523.
There has never been a better time to consider a purchase at DeBordieu.
DeBordieu Colony is an oceanfront community located just south of Pawleys Island, South Carolina featuring private golf and tennis, saltwater creek access to the ocean, a manned security gate, and luxury homes and villas surrounded by thousands of acres of wildlife and nature preserves.

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