Islands of Beaufort News

Welcome to The Islands of Beaufort

Lowcountry style homes are framed by towering pines, majestic live oaks, classic palmettos and native magnolias with camellias blooming in winter and oleander in summer. Glimpse nature at its best from the community docks overlooking Battery Creek’s broad tidal marshes. A tranquil life awaits you in this small and vibrant waterfront community.

Islands of Beaufort, a unique private residential community in a park-like setting, is a quiet sanctuary that reflects the enduring charm of the Lowcountry. Experience the peacefulness that you can enjoy amidst the natural environment in our neighborhood. Southern hospitality in this close knit community completes the picture. It’s ideal for retirement and a wonderful place to raise children. Most homeowners are year-round residents. Some are at the height of their professions: doctors, teachers, business women and men. Others enjoy leisure to pursue new endeavors or energize old dreams.

The Islands of Beaufort has a country club life style without country club fees. Belle Grove club house amenities include: swimming pool, fitness center, lighted tennis courts and children’s playground. For kayaking and crabbing, everyone has access to Battery Creek from community docks.

The Islands of Beaufort Home Owners Association (HOA) is well managed by the resident elected Board of Directors. As a result, the HOA fees are among the most reasonable in the region.

A private and gated community, Islands of Beaufort features more than two miles of water and marsh frontage. With 196 home sites, owners have a choice of settings ~ deep water, tidal marshes or woodlands.


Bridges over marsh channels connect Belle Grove to Cotton Island and Deer Island. Custom designed homes are harmonious with the natural environment and traditional architectural style ~ Lowcountry Living at Its Best.

Community docks, bike riding on a flat terrain or healthy walks in natural park-like settings are everyday luxuries for people in the Islands of Beaufort.