EUROPEAN LIVING ON AMERICA’S SOUTHEAST COAST
Located in the heart of Cassique, a Kiawah Island Club community where the Kiawah River meets the Atlantic, this picturesque village of cottages embodies the ease of elegant living.
Reflecting the British Arts and Crafts-style architecture of Cassique, the single-level cottages also showcase the Lowcountry’s wealth of natural beauty with courtyards reminiscent of Europe and the historic brick gardens of downtown Charleston. Delicate rose gardens, brownstone walks, manicured hedges, rolling fairways, and native cedars make strolling the lanes a delight.
Choose from three cottage plans with customizable options and step into your new home sooner than you might believe possible.
Explore the neighborhood
Exquisite craftsmanship, natural materials including thick wood beams and stone fireplaces, and thoughtfully selected exterior choices preserve integrity throughout the neighborhood. Each four-bedroom cottage pairs new construction and warrantied work with fresh, innovative living spaces—a combination resulting in ease of living and a minimum of maintenance for homeowners.
Plus, the Kiawah Island Club serves as the heartbeat to a wonderfully close-knit community. As Club Members, your family will enjoy access to all Club amenities: the state-of-the-art Sports Pavilion in the heart of the Garden Cottages neighborhood, the Tom Watson-designed Cassique golf course just around the corner, the Chef Tom Colicchio-inspired menu of Voysey’s in the Cassique clubhouse, the Cassique Kayak Dock & Boathouse, the Tom Fazio-designed River Course and its clubhouse, the riverside Sasanqua Spa, The Beach Club, Marsh House, Shooting Club clay pigeon course, BizHub, and all the recreation, entertainment, and dining each facility offers… plus, of course, ten miles of continuous Atlantic beach. Learn more →
See a bird’s eye view of the neighborhood
Enjoy life in Cassique
Top-notch entertainment options beckon just outside of Cassique, too. From the boutique shops and eateries of neighboring Freshfields Village to the cobblestone-lane charms of historic Charleston (just named Top Small City in the World by Travel + Leisure magazine) 21 short miles down a picturesque rural lane, world-class dining, shopping, and cultural events like the international Spoleto Arts Festival await.