Seabrook Island Green Space Conservancy

The Seabrook Island Green Space Conservancy’s mission is to preserve the natural environment on Seabrook Island through acquisition of land and land easements.

Your Green Space Properties

Established in 2000  |  SIGSC GOAL

The goal of the Conservancy is to acquire high visibility properties that preserve substantial green space and wildlife habitat, softening the impact of Seabrook Island’s inevitable build-out.

Complete List of Acquired Properties

• Bohicket Place Tract - Ponds across from the Lake   House

• Horseshoe Creek Tract - Marsh property on Jenkin’s   Point

• Edisto Partners Tract - Sunset Deck overlooking the   Ocean

• Lots 5, 6, and 7 Block 2 - The Tree Canopy Entrance

• Lots 8 and 9 Dove Nest - Adjacent to Tree Canopy

• 2310 Marsh Hen - Maritime Forest donated by Roger   and Vivian Steel

• Pasture Tract - Almost 6 acres purchased for   $675,000

• Corner of Bateau Trace and SIR

• 1802 Landfall Way - Towering Pines donated in 2009

• 3271 Privateer Creek - Lush lot adjacent to Camp St.   Christopher

• 2711 Old Oak Walk - Adjacent to Riding Trail

• Corner of Old Forest Drive and SIR



• Rascal Run Lot adjacent POA Trail

• Nancy Island

• 2531 High Hammock Rd. - Donated by the

  Fazzi family in 2015

• Lot 20, Block 4 Bateau Trace

• Block 5, Lot 33 - Corner of Privateer Creek and   SIR donated by Patty Linton in 2016

• Lot 1, Block 53 Ocean Pointe - Donated by Alan   and Carol St. Clair in 2016

• Lot 31, Block 26 Middle Dam - Donated by   John   and Paulette Hynes in 2016

• Corner of Andell Way and SIR (Block 3, Lot 1)

• Corner of  Cap’n Sams and SIR - Donated by    Charles English

• Lot 9, Block 41, 2718 Old Oak Walk

• Lot 8, Block 43, 2731 Old Oak Walk

 Map of Island

Courtesy of SIRE