We Give Thanks
The month of November is when fall truly seems to arrive in the Lowcountry: the temperatures are cooler; yellow, red, and orange hues decorate the trees; and the afternoon sunlight bids farewell…
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World-class dining, sporting, shopping, and cultural activities are woven into vistas of forest, river, fairways, beach, and marshscapes. At the time of its purchase in 1988, it was the largest real estate transaction in South Carolina history. Today, this private community is a golf, tennis, and resort destination of international prestige and proud host of the 1991 Ryder Cup and 2012 PGA Championship.
Freshfields Village is a mixed-use retail, services, and entertainment village adjacent to Kiawah Island that has become a social hub for people from Kiawah, Seabrook, and Johns islands. Like the village greens in 19th-century small towns, it provides a center for community life and entertainment, including concerts, holiday festivals, oyster roasts, farmer’s markets, starlight movies, and trunk shows.
Zoning for the overall project calls for up to 450,000 square feet of commercial space. Phase I of the development includes 175,000 square feet of retail and office space. Phase II may include the addition of an amphitheater, hotel and residential units. For more information, visit FreshfieldsVillage.com.