Kiawah Island Real Estate

Community Spotlight: Cassique on Kiawah Island

Community Spotlight: Cassique on Kiawah Island

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Discover Resort Style Living at Cassique

Among the expansive marshes, just before the entrance to Kiawah Island, is a community that feels like home and a never-ending vacation all at once. Cassique is an escape, defined by a sense of wonder that delivers adventure upon adventure. Just the same, it is also an ideal place for relaxing, and allowing yourself to become one with the nature of the Lowcountry. Cassique’s resort style provides the perfect balance for living well. Discover why residents are enchanted by this style of living.

The Benefits of Living in Cassique 

Amenities within the Community

1. Cassique Golf Course

A links-style course sprawled across the lands offers a challenging game that takes you to another world. At times it can feel as if you are not on an Island in the lowcountry, but atop the rugged shores of Scotland, where the game was born. The Tom Watson course makes for a fun day of play at this top rated golf community

2. Golf Learning Center

On days you are not golfing at Cassique, or one of the six other courses scattered across the Island, hone your skills at the Golf Learning Center. With a motion puttlab to analyze your swing, you can work with a golf professional to lower your score. 

3. Cassique Clubhouse

Cassique’s estate-like Clubhouse stands tall against the Island’s landscape. Inspired by Britain’s grand manors, it ties in with the rest of the community’s aesthetic to further deliver resort style living. The Club also features a British inspired pub known for its local seafood dishes, sushi, and raw bar. 

4. Voysey’s Club Restaurant

True resort style living is not complete without a private restaurant pioneered by two brilliant chefs, Chef Doug Blair and Chef Tom Colicchio. Voysey’s features menu items such as locally caught seafood that leaves you craving for more.

5. Sports Pavillion

Thanks to the state-of-the-art Sports Pavilion, Cassique residents find that staying active has never been easier. Top-of-the-line exercise equipment, guided classes, and various sporting courts are infinitely at your disposal.

Nearby Amenities

MUSC Medical Center

A new medical facility spearheaded by the Medical University of South Carolina will soon be opening to serve the residents of Kiawah Island. Located next to Freshfields Village, the facility will consist of emergency medical services, helipad services, and specialist care offices. Note that aside from this facility, the nearest emergency room is located in Charleston. 

Seafields Senior Living

Also next to the medical center and Freshfields Village will be Seafields, a new luxury senior living facility coming to Kiawah. Seafields is set to have over 100 residential units with a variety of levels of personalized care. Independent living, assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing is available for all residents. This facility is the first of its kind to come to Kiawah Island and will offer peace of mind to many current residents and their families. 

Freshfields Village 

Whenever you are in need of a quick bite to eat or have an errand to complete, Freshfields Village is your go-to. The neighborhood is just minutes from the town center, filled with its shops, eateries, medical offices, and other services.

Kiawah Island Club Membership

The Kiawah Island Club is highly exclusive and grants access to some of the finest events, venues, and amenities that can be found on the entire island. Bear in mind that only qualifying homes on Kiawah are eligible for Membership, and lucky for Cassique homeowners, all residences in this community are eligible. 

The Enclaves Found within Cassique

Cassique Clubhouse Village

All Cassique Clubhouse Village homes feature coastal architecture paired with an English Arts and Crafts sensibility. In fact, every Cassique Clubhouse Village residence was designed by renowned Kiawah architects to be highly usable and livable from the inside out. In fact, homes are built elevated from the ground to take advantage of the surrounding marsh and creek views.

Cassique Garden Cottages

The design of these cottages is reminiscent of the British countryside. Angular, steep roofs with delicate accent windows add to the charm. Cedar shake roofs and touches of provincial blues add to the european feel. Natural bluestone and oyster shell walkways and paths are used throughout the cottages. 

All home designs include two en suite bedrooms, with homes totaling about 3,000 sq feet. Other design details include shiplap wood ceilings, exposed beams, and wood-burning fireplaces. If you so choose, additional options include a summer kitchen, swimming pool, and slate roof. 

The Estuary

The Estuary at Cassique is your chance to build your dream home. Homesites begin at half an acre and offer multiple viewpoints. Named after the small estuary that travels along the southern side of the community, this neighborhood also overlooks the golf course and a large, natural lagoon. 

Eagle Island

Nestled in between Cassique and Kiawah’s main Island is Eagle Island, a piece of land with the potential to serve as your own private isle. Sizeable homesites on this small island are hidden beneath towering trees and surrounded by lush marsh from all sides. Some homesites boast expansive docks that connect you to the intricate waterways of the Kiawah river. 

Little Eagle Island

Across a bridge is an even smaller isle, known as Little Eagle Island, with just five homesites bordered by two streams that stem from the Kiawah river. Homeowners here enjoy south facing vistas of the Atlantic, providing you with both sunrise and sunset views.

Resort Style Living at Cassique on Kiawah Island

World class amenities, one-of-a-kind views, and handcrafted homes are just a normal way of life on Kiawah Island. When the standard of living is this good, you know that everyday will be a moment you cherish forever. 

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This blog post was originally written in 2016 and refreshed in 2021.