- As low as $320/Week
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Air conditioning
- Bed sheets provided
- Bicycle on site
- Birdwatching nearby
- Boat on site
- Cave exploring nearby
- Coffee/tea maker
- Concierge services
- Deadbolt lock
- Fire extinguisher
- Fishing nearby
- Fitness facilities nearby
- Golf nearby
- Golf privileges
- Golfing on site
- Housekeeping (on request)
- Hunting nearby
- In the city center
- Iron/ironing board
- Kayak on site
- Limo/town car service
- Marina nearby
- Near a health or beauty spa
- Near a hospital
- Near laundromat
- Near outlet shopping
- Near the beach
- Near the sea
- No pets allowed
- Power boating nearby
- Shared/communal pool
- Smoke detector
- Smoke-free property
- Surfing/boogie boarding nearby
- Tennis on site
- Towels provided
- TV with cable/satellite service
- Washing machine and dryer
- Water sports equipment
- WiFi available
- Wildlife and game walks nearby
About this PropertyThe Seagrove community of well-maintained condominiums, lush greenery, and community pool is centrally located within walking distance of the Grandiose Pavilion, Conference Center, Villages, and Wild Dunes stores and eateries. This prime location is ideal for you to relax and savor the sea view from this bright 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo.
This remodeled condo has a unique design with charming wood features throughout and cool coastal hues. Entering the unit, you are greeted by a pleasant beach feel and one-of-a-kind decorations. The completely equipped kitchen overlooks the dining table and living room. The living room leads to your sea view balcony ideal to appreciate a meal outside or relax in the lounge chair. Savor the sea breeze and take in the glorious scenery!
The guest bedroom (Bedroom #2) is on the main first level. It is furnished with one queen, one twin bed, and TV. It's bathroom is also accessible from the hallway. The master suite (Bedroom #1), which is located up the stairs on the second level, features a king bed, TV, private bathroom and impeccable sea vistas. For your convenience, the condo has a washer and dryer, parking for at least two cars, WiFi, and a community pool.
Pool Access: Seagrove Complex Pool (Seasonal)
Beach Distance: Just A Few Steps To The Beach Access
View: Oceanfront With View Of Pool Area
Animals: Not Accepted
Floor Level: 2nd Story (30 Steps To Front Door, No Elevator)
Square Footage: 1235
Bedroom 1: Master, King, Private Bathroom, TV, Second Floor
Bedroom 2: Queen and Twin, Private Bathroom, TV, First Floor
Internet Access: WiFi
Parking: 2 Covered Parking Spaces
BBQ Grille: No Grilling Available
Fireplace: Not Available For Guest Use
Non Smoking: Yes
Kitchen: Entirely Equipped
All Sweetgrass rental properties include: bed linens, bath towels, access to washer/dryer, high-speed internet/WiFi, complimentary parking, no-contact remote check-in process, and a one-day starter supply kit of necessities (ex. paper towel roll, toilet paper, one trash bag, one packet of detergents, single-use soaps, and a package of coffee).
Tennis Access: Pay To Play At Isle of Palms Recreation Center & Wild Dunes Tennis Center
Golf Access: Pay To Play- Wild Dunes Links And Harbor Course - Ask About Other Public Courses In The Area
**Please note this property does not have access to the Wild Dunes resort pools. The only pool access is the Seagrove community pool.**
How to Save Money on Your Rental
- Search for the official tourism bureau where you want to travel. Many official tourism bureaus will offer you printed tourism guides with deals for accommodations, dining and activities. These guides can provide a good start to your rental search.
- Are your trip dates changeable? Off-peak times offer remarkable bargains.
- Are you a military veteran? Some rental companies provide price reductions to vets and active-duty military. Make sure to ask property manager to see if your travelling gang qualifies for a discount.
- Some rentals are basically catered to particular customers, whether it is beachfront rentals with weekly pier passes, city-center condos with nearby access to night life or waterfront homes that feature private kiteboarding launching areas. Make sure to prioritize your proximity to the activities and places of interest you are most looking forward to.
- Give thought to obtaining trip insurance with your rental agreement. Trip insurance, which generally add somewhere between 1% - 5% of the basic stay cost, provides guests reimbursement of their rental expenses for any nights missed as a consequence of medical-related emergencies or hurricanes, as well as ensuing additional hurricane evacuation costs or charges, like an unplanned hotel stay or additional gas.
General Rental Home Tricks & Tips
Some people are surprised to discover just how many rentals are located in their area of interest. Vacation home accommodations have gained in popularity with the rise of global research sites like Homeaway and VRBO.
Nearly all vacation homes in Charleston area are privately owned and many are represented by experienced local rental management companies. Rental owners typically choose management companies to facilitate advertisements, cleaning and routine maintenance.
Seasoned Charleston area vacationers have discovered a number of tips and tricks over the years when it comes to renting vacation rentals, however many novices will be happy to find that several "tips" are in plain sight, if you know how to look.
Searching for and booking the perfect rental:
Before you start to book "BEST Resort Location! Oceanview! Community Pool! Walk to Amenities!", read through our short checklist of issues to consider.
Search Early and Frequently
Charleston area vacation homes book months (and up to a year) in advance. For the best selection, begin your planning and search Six-12 months prior to a trip. Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Years are excellent times to plan and book your rental home..
Decide on a Community and Date
Oftentimes, the toughest part of preparing for your trip is choosing where to go, and when. When the big decisions are hammered out, the rest is simpler.
Bedrooms and Bed Sizes Matter
Determine who is attending the vacation, and just how many/what sort of bedroom arrangement you will need. Remember that many rentals advertise maximum guest capacity, which often includes sofa beds in the home's living room. You will need to determine what is suitable for your company. Generally rental home listings will summarize each of the unit's specific bedrooms and mattress sizes.
Decide on Your Budget
The majority of vacation homes are marketed with a cost range. Determine the cost for your selected week. It could be at the high end of the range. If multiple groups or family members are sharing the cost, make sure each group knows their responsibilities and has agreed to a maximum they are willing to pay. A single individual in your party must be given the task of getting contributions and accepting responsibility for the entire rental fee at time of booking.
Compose a list of "Preferences" and "Necessities"
What home features is your group searching for? Is a screened porch a necessity? Are you more interested in a natural landscape or amusements? Does the unit have bikes and body boards available during your stay? Build a list of priority features to guide filter your search.
Occasionally the senior generation has trouble with stairs. Make sure that you remember and ask about wheelchair entry, pool lifts and specialized equipment needs..
What About 4-Legged Family Members?
Are you or other individuals in the crew travelling with a pet dog? Animals are welcome at many rental properties, but guidelines differ. Ensure that you study agreements and contracts carefully. Extra fees or costs may be applied to your contract. Ask questions *before* you reserve!
Searching the Internet
. In combination with Homeaway, VRBO and Tripadvisor, we recommend searching Google for "Charleston area local rental properties" for local property management companies. Local rental home management companies pride themselves on a first-class vacation experience.
Negotiate the Price
When you've found the rentalhome of your dreams, check to confirm your travel dates are available.
Some rental owners will negotiate rates, and some will not. If the rate isn't negotiable, the number of nights may be. Off-peak weeks are likely to be negotiable more frequently than peak-season..
Study the Entire Agreement
Read through the complete contract and be certain you understand who is responsible for:
- Internet Connectivity
- Long Distance Phone Service
- Pool and hot tub heating
- Cable and pay-per-view TV
- Cleaning Service
- Trash collection
- Maintenance (get a phone number)
- Key exchange
- Parking Fees
Get a total that includes state taxes, animal and other additional fees.
Cancellation policies vary for each property. Many vacation property agreements include an option for trip insurance. Trip insurance, which generally costs ranges from 1% - 5% of the base rental price, can provide travellers with reimbursement of their vacation costs (and subsequent vacation property costs) for any nights missed as a result of personal health emergencies or storms, as well as hurricane evacuation costs, such as a unexpected motel stay or additional gas.
After you feel you've found "the one", start the reservation process. Bear in mind that most rental agreements will require a substantial rental down payment and/or security deposit to cover the vacation rental owner.
Keep Your Property Manager's Info
Make sure to get the property manager's contact telephone number and entry/exit procedures for your rental. We recommend saving the contact's information in your cell phone and wallet.
Congratulations on booking your vacation home! You're on the way to a phenomenal vacation!
During your Stay
- Photograph at your arrival. To make sure no damages are associated with your stay, make a record of any trouble spots of the rental. Get in touch with the rental manager immediately to report your observations.
- Ask questions. You may need instructions for a gas fireplace, Television set or spa. Contact your home manager. They are there to help. A brief phone call prevents many hassles.
- Don't forget to be a good next-door neighbor. Often, nearby households are lived in by permanent residents. Respecting late-night quiet hours and parking restrictions can make a stay a little more pleasurable.
- Ask a local. Residents may point you in the right direction.
- Enjoy your stay! Make certain to protect the owner (and your things!) by keeping the rental locked up when you are away, just like you would at home.
When its Time to Leave
- Clean up a lttle bit. Despite the fact that you're spending money on a house cleaning fee, The rental really should be in good shape. Sinks brimming with dirty dishes, surplus beach sand on the floors and sticky messes should be remedied before leaving.
- Make sure to walk through the rental home one last time and check for damage. Whenever you can, do this walk-out inspection with the property manager present. If the property owner is not available, make sure that you take photos of the property to record its condition.
- How was your vacation? Nearly all rental web sites request feedback after your stay . Owners and rental managers will appreciate your positive recommendations. If something was unacceptable and they failed to fix it in a reasonable manner, or when the rental home wasn't as described, you'll want to note that in your critique.
Learn from your Experience
Did they enjoy their rental? Maybe everything was perfect and you're happy to re-book the same rental home for your next vacation. If not, you've gained useful experience to help with your next search.
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- Book your vacation home as early as possible. Rental schedules usually open 12 months in advance (or in September just after Summer ends). Many groups reserve their Summer vacation rentals during Thanksgiving and Christmas gatherings. Book before these holidays for best selection.
- Active Duty and veterans of the US Armed forces may qualify for special discounts. Be sure to ask your prospective property manager whether your group qualifies for a reduced rate.
- Management companies and individual rental owners frequently offer their guests an option to purchase vacation insurance protection. Trip insurance, which normally will cost between 1% - 5% of the base booking price, offers visitors reimbursement of their vacation costs for missed trip time as a result of personal medical-related issues or weather disasters, as well as evacuation costs or charges, such as an unanticipated hotel overnight or extra gasoline. Trip insurance is definitely a life-saver if the unforeseen occurs. Ask your property manager for program terms and fees.
Make a plan and pick yourrental:
- Begin by selecting potential dates and maximum budget.
- Decide how many beds and the bed configuration you need.
- Precise information about bedrooms and bed sizes and counts are generally accessible on booking pages. If you don't see them listed, email or call the property management company before you reserve the home. Note that most properties list the maximum guest capacity, which typically includes pull-out couches and bunk beds.
- Are you visiting for a single attraction or event? Use a map search to find nearby properties.
- Suitable accessibility can make or break a vacation for the less-mobile. Confirm all required amenities are available before booking.
- Traveling with pets? Although a number of vacation homes allow pets or animals, guidelines and costs vary per property. Allowable pet type, breed, and size are often limited. Make sure to ask before booking, and study your agreement! Additional pet fees or costs applied to your agreement.
Advice for a fantastic stay:
- Take a copy of the property manager's contact number and entry/exit procedures for your rental property. Put the host's contact information in your smartphone and wallet.
- To during check in, and immediately send them to the host. We specifically recommend e-mails and text messages, as they usually contain built-in time stamps that are useful if there is a dispute.
- Ask questions. You may need instructions for a hot tub, intercom or thermostat. Contact your property manager. They are there to help! A brief phone call prevents quite a few difficulties.
- Respecting quiet hours and parking restrictions can make a stay significantly more pleasurable. You'll increase your chance to make some new local friends, and resident neighbors are usually an excellent resource to find the best local attractions.
- To expand on our last point... Ask a local resident! Locals can frequently help. Who better to ask where to get the best breakfast in town, have a great night out, or the best spots for bird watching?
- Lock your rental while you're out. Protect your property!
- Don't leave anything behind! Before you drive away, take a walk through the rental to confirm you've collected all personal items. Check bathrooms, dressers, and closets for hidden items. Remove everything from the refrigerator and take or dispose of leftovers.
- Walk through the property one final time and keep an eye out for property damage. We recommend walking through with the property manager whenever you can (often this isn't possible). If the host isn't available, remember to take video and pictures of the rental to record its condition at check-out.
- Did you have a excellent stay? Most vacation rental websites make it easy for customers to provide comments. If your rental property and/or property management company was great, they would love to hear it. If anything was imperfect and they failed to address it reasonably, or if the vacation rental wasn't described correctly, you'll want to make a note as part of your review.