The Peninsula at Inlet Point Homes

Enjoy direct access to the beach from The Peninsula at Inlet Point on Pawleys Island, in Litchfield, SC. This amazing community sits between the Atlantic Ocean and the marsh creek, allowing you exclusive access to the water. Pawleys Island is well known for its laid back atmosphere, making this the best destination for those who love beach days! Nearby you will find Clubhouse CreekLitchfield Breezes, and Compass Point communities.

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Listing information last updated on February 8, 2023 at 11:15 AM EST.

Living in the Peninsula at Inlet Point

The Peninsula at Inlet Point offers residents one-of-a-kind extras. Each home in this community comes with a private boardwalk, which stretches over the dunes to give you direct access to the beach. Some other amenities include a swimming pool, pool parking, and a security gate, so you and your family can feel safe. If you enjoy golfing, this is an excellent vantage point, as there are 9 world class golf courses right nearby.

Pawleys Island

Murrells Inlet is a fishing village only a short distance away from The Peninsula at Inlet Point. Here you will find multiple local landmarks to explore like Huntington Beach State Park and Brookgreen Garden’s amazing sculpture garden. See the wonders of the amazing Grand Strand area from this incredible vantage point. You do not want to hesitate as these homes will not be on the market long. Make The Peninsula at Inlet Point home today and why so many people love lowcountry living.