Integrated among hundreds of acres of parks, open greenspace and sweeping river, marsh and creek vistas, Daniel Island’s traditional neighborhoods have been designed with inviting tree- and sidewalk-lined streets. Homes, townhomes and condominiums feature southern style architecture, with details like wide front porches, dormer windows, operable shutters and pitched roofs. Garages are detached or set back to deemphasize cars and further enhance the neighborhood streetscape.
Daniel Island Park
Home of the Daniel Island Club, Daniel Island Park is the island’s country club neighborhood. This exclusive address is situated amongst spectacular natural scenery and the Club’s two private golf courses, designed by Tom Fazio and Rees Jones. Central to life in this neighborhood is the Club’s comprehensive offering of sports, fitness and social programs and facilities. The gracious homes, townhomes and condominiums here honor the finest architectural traditions of the region and offer among the Island’s most breathtaking vistas. With views of the water, marsh, woodlands, parks and the golf courses, the homesites in Daniel Island Park are among the most desirable in the entire Lowcountry.
The Smythe Park neighborhood is home to one of the community’s favorite gathering places. 24-acre Smythe Park features an 11-acre lake, meandering trails and scenic picnic areas. Homes, homesites and condominiums are available in this neighborhood, some of which overlook the lake or enjoy a waterfront setting on the Wando River. Smythe Park residents also enjoy close proximity to island schools, the library and the pool at Pierce Park.
Located on the southeastern tip of Daniel Island’s residential land, Edgefield Park is the newest and last major neighborhood in this area. With a south-facing setting, this neighborhood enjoys wide-reaching views all the way to the Ravenel Bridge and the Charleston peninsula. Beautiful trees and scenic marsh views frame the neighborhood’s two-acre park, which will be home to a pool with several 25-meter lap lanes, a play feature, winding trails along the marsh and an open-air structure that will serve as a venue for resident events.
Home to a diverse array of shops, restaurants, banks, medical offices, churches and a supermarket, downtown Daniel Island offers a convenient urban lifestyle. A variety of condominium home options are designed for those who want to combine an island lifestyle, ease of maintenance and “walk-to” proximity to shops, dining and entertainment.
Codner’s Ferry Park
One of the island’s first neighborhoods, Codner’s Ferry Park enjoys a tranquil setting bordered by Beresford Creek. Traditional homes surround a neighborhood park that is a favorite gathering place for neighbors. Maturing street trees shade sidewalks, creating a lovely canopy of green. Bellinger Island, a nature preserve, lies just at the edge of this special neighborhood and offers a quiet spot to observe nature.
Homes and townhomes in Barfield Park are oriented around a natural park of lush forest and marsh edges. Walking trails lead to vistas of the Wando River, and a picnic gazebo, tucked under a canopy of trees, provides a tranquil setting from which to observe nature. Homes in Barfield Park are also within walking distance to the pool at Pierce Park.
At the heart of Daniel Island lies Center Park, a diverse neighborhood where gracious single-family homes reflect the appealing simplicity of Lowcountry architecture, and charming brick townhomes surround a lovely two-acre park. The park’s lush landscaping, interactive play strucutres and tree-shaded sitting areas make it a favorite gathering place for neighbors of all ages.
At the edge of a seemingly endless expanse of pristine marsh, you’ll find Cochran Park, a special neighborhood offering quiet streets and wonderful views. Homes here reflect traditional southern architectural traditions and many afford spectacular marsh vistas.
Named for the native American tribe that once inhabited the island, Etiwan Park is an established neighborhood of single-family homes. A seven-acre park serves as a focal point and is the location of a wide array of community events, from friendly basketball and volleyball games to concerts and children’s sporting events. Residents of this neighborhood also enjoy close proximity to island schools and churches.
Pierce Park enjoys a central location within close proximity to all island schools and Daniel Island’s library. Homes and townhomes are oriented around a special park overlooking the marsh and Wando River that houses a swimming pool and an open-air pavilion complete with a catering kitchen and fireplace.