9 Eugenia Ave
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9 Eugenia Ave

ROYAL SUBDIVISION

Homesite

$4,895,000

Acreage 0.36
Views Ocean
Features: Club Membership
Club Membership Type: A Kiawah Island Sports Membership Is Available
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Overview

HOMESITE HIGHLIGHTS:
 
This private and secluded original part of 1950’s Kiawah feels like a “country road” on the Atlantic.  
 
9 Eugenia has deeper dune protection than Eugenia homesites to the east.
 
No ARB approval is needed for construction and/or landscaping.
 
9 Eugenia offers ideal convenience to Cougar Point, all West Beach facilities, Cassique, Freshfields shopping, and historic downtown Charleston.
 
A Sports Membership is available in the private Kiawah Island Club. Membership includes: access to Cassique and The River Course golf and fine dining venues, the Beach Club pools and fine dining, Marsh House pool and dining, the Sasanqua Spa by Clodagh, and the Sports Pavilion's olympic-size pool, squash and basketball courts, and tennis center.
 
9 Eugenia "plays" bigger than other 100ˈ wide homesites with a 23' wide path beside it, adding home-to-home privacy.
 
WEST BEACH VILLAGE HIGHLIGHTS:
 
The Cougar Point Golf Course designed by Gary Player has recently reopened to rave reviews after a 10-month extensive renovation.
 
Cougar Point’s new clubhouse, designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, is sited to offer sweeping views of the 18th hole. This stylish clubhouse includes a restaurant, sports tavern, and Pro Shop.
 
The newly renovated “Sandcastle” facility (i.e., the Kiawah Property Owners’ Beach Club) is but six houses down the beach from 9 Eugenia Avenue. It has a large new pool, dining, and fitness facilities.
 
Plans to build a new luxurious beachfront hotel at West Beach featuring 150 suites, junior suites, and guest rooms are about complete.
 
All of these exceptional nearby amenities should create significant value for homesites nearby on Eugenia Avenue.
 
 
The Atlantic on early mornings today is no different than when C.C. Royal of Aiken, South Carolina laid out the initial 1950’s homesites on Kiawah Island.  He owned all of the Island, and chose Eugenia as his first street – for his home and that of his closest friends. Then and now a ‘country road’ weaving among a dense, maritime forest with hundreds of old live oaks with dunes strong and wide.
 
9 Eugenia, named for C.C. Royal’s wife, Eugenia Mae, is several lots west of the Royals’ home where his cookouts and fish frys were legendary. This was one happy man who as a teen had picked cotton for a living only to become a near-savant forester and timber investor in the South.
 
The air is ‘salubrious,’ exclaimed American Patriot soldiers recovering on Kiawah from wounds in the 18th C. ‘Salty fresh air’ works for today’s world where fishermen and children cast lines and hopes to the waves.  Idyllic? At least. And always, since times long past when Native Americans set aside this Island as revered hunting and fishing grounds, to feel the Atlantic rolling into its great crescent beach is to know you are close to Kiawah’s soul.
 
 

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Club Membership

Club Membership

Unlock everything the island community has to offer with a membership to The Kiawah Island Club, a private membership club exclusively for property owners. Get access to a host of luxurious island amenities, exceptional concierge services, private venues, and special members-only events.

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