Yep…. At DeBordieu, on the 4th of July, if it isn’t nailed down, or even if it is….. it’s getting a red, white and blue flag, pinwheel, or flowers put on it.
So I felt a little sorry for my tasteful (plain) little lot signs, designating which lots are for sale at DeBordieu, the private, gated, ocean front, golf community just north of Charleston, 5 miles South of Pawleys Island.
To remedy this lack of decoration, this morning, with help from my trusty assistant for the day, Paula Holmes, a client turned friend who bought a great house at DeBordieu a few years ago, I adorned my signs, particularly those on the parade route, with flags and flowers!
The pictures on this page represent a few of those lots, on the golf course, ocean front, creek, and in Patewood North.
The parade route starts the DeBordieu Beach Club , which is right across the street from Lot 6 Marsh Creek Landing, which will be on your right. Marsh Creek Landing is a special little enclave of 9 lots, each with a private dock on DeBidue Creek! The view potential from lot 6 will allow you to sip your morning coffee while watching the sun come up, and then enjoy your favorite cocktail as it sets
It continues down DeBordieu Blvd. where right past the Beach Villas on the left, is ocean front Lot 1. An old house used to be there that was torn down giving the buyer a clean palette for this property! That’s why the address on the sign is 1121 DeBordieu Blvd. It’s one of the widest oceanfront lots in the Pawleys Island area, with 100 ft. on the ocean, and 75 ft. on the road.
Also on the parade route is Lot 19 Dune Oaks. As you round the turn at the very end of DeBordieu in the Ocean Green area, Lot 19 will be on your left, offering fabulous views of the creeks and marshes of North Inlet. There’s a little path that will take you back in there….. so pull over and take a peek! Wait til you see the view and the Oak Trees!
Not on the parade route, off the beaten path, these lots in Patewood North should not be overlooked. In fact, Patewood North is becoming one of the most popular neighborhoods in DeBordieu. Many DeBordieu full-time residents are flocking to it because it’s gorgeous, and very close to the entrance gate, making it easier to get to work, school, church, shopping and appointments in Pawleys Island (5 miles north of DeBordieu), and Georgetown, (4 miles south). Also, because it’s in the x-zone, you can build as close to the ground as you desire.
I decorated a few of my other lot listings as well, so if you see one that strikes your fancy, give me a call and I’ll walk it with you.
Have a happy and safe 4th of July!