The architecture of these 41 single family homes gives the community the casual feeling of a turn-of-the century village on the ocean. Each is luxuriously detailed with wrap-around porches and metal roofs.
When the development of this DeBordieu neighborhood began in 1988, it was originally designed for small Victorian cottages like the one pictured to the right. Similar neighborhoods were also developed in Kiawah and Wild Dunes.
To comply with what the DeBordieu buyers wanted, the architectural details were kept in tact, but the maximum size was increased. Therefore, Ocean Park provides a variety of homes from coastal cottages to beach houses that have as many as 8 bedrooms.
The homes featured on this page are all currently for sale in Ocean Park.
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When DeBordieu opened Ocean Park in 1988, I was the Marketing Manager at DeBordieu at the time. I can remember how much fun we had dressing up in Victorian garb and playing croquet on the croquet lawns. At the time, there was talk of getting together a interclub croquet team, which I think would be a great idea. (If you’re a DeBordieu owner, please let me know if you think that’s a good idea. I think it could be really cool and would be happy to do the leg work. ) If you’re not a DeBordieu owner yet, then let’s get together and change that!
People who have been here say there will never again be a place like DeBordieu. And there has never been a better time to consider a purchase here. Why not visit this weekend.
For more information, call Troi Kaz, 843-455-4523 or email TroiKaz@DeBordieu.com.
DeBordieu Colony is a very private community on the ocean located just south of Pawleys Island, South Carolina. Here you’ll find private Pete Dye golf, saltwater creek access to the ocean, fine dining at the oceanfront Beach Club, a complete tennis center, a 24-hour manned security gate, and luxury homes and villas surrounded by thousands of acres of wildlife and nature preserves. For more information visit www.DeBordieu.com.