South Carolina Sun a Draw for Vacationers, Investors
Off the coast of South Carolina is Fripp Island. This 3,000-acre barrier island is named after pirate ship captain, Johannes Fripp. Today, the three miles of beach and wildlife sanctuary draw visitors from all over the country. The semitropical temperatures make Fripp Island a great getaway for anyone that likes tanning on the beach, golfing, experiencing nature and trying the local fare.
Average temperatures of 85 degrees in the summer and 60 degrees in the winter provide a great environment for year-round visiting. In addition to the beautiful beaches and variety of golf courses, tourists can also freshwater and saltwater fish. For those that like water sports, kayaking is a prevalent activity along with dolphin watching that the whole family can enjoy. Bike and golf cart rentals are also readily available for visitors that want to tour the island at their own pace.
After a day of activities, seaside restaurants offer the best coastal food around. Local seafood is served is establishments from fancy dining to cafes and delis on the island. A visitor’s center on the island has a general store for every-day purchases, but also has a gift shop for souvenirs before you head back home. In total, Fripp Island has around 300 rental properties, which often have ocean views.
However, many properties are often on the market for sale instead of rent. Fripp Island has many private homes close to the ocean or golf courses that can be purchased as a seasonal or year-round residence. Investing in Fripp Island could provide your family a vacation home as well as supplemental income if you decide to rent it out during vacation seasons.
Hundreds of residents already live on the island. With all that the island has to offer, it’s a great place to be able to visit whenever you want. And on the other hand, it’s the type of place that other people want o visit as well, creating ongoing demand to rent your property.