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Kitti Mullins Wild Dunes Real Estate

Visitors to this website can search for Wild Dunes and Isle of Palms real estate. You can search the entire Charleston MLS, or try a local search for properties for sale in Wild Dunes, Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island, Mount Pleasant, plus other towns or neighborhoods in the local area.

Kitti’s real estate credentials attest to her commitment in helping you find the right home or sell your home. She holds an active Real Estate Broker’s license in both North Carolina and South Carolina. Kitti's certifications includes:

  • Graduate-Realtor Institute (GRI)
  • Certified Residential Specialist (CRS)
  • Certified Buyer Representative (CBR)
  • Worldwide Recreation and Resort Council (RRC) and
  • Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) candidate

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A Little About Wild Dunes

The development of Wild Dunes began in 1972 when Finch properties purchased the site from J.C. Long. It was completely undeveloped and remained in its original, natural state. Except for a few campers, explorers, and beach combers, the land was unused, having never been cleared or farmed.

Wild Dunes has quite a colorful history. The famed 18th hole of the Wild Dunes Links golf course played a big role in the Revolutionary War when Lord Cornwallis' command of 2000 landed there with the plan to cross Breach Inlet to Sullivan's Island to attack Fort Moultrie from the rear. The English were met and held at bay by a force composed of 600 North and South Carolina regulars; a company of militia; and a company of Catawba Indians.

A century later, when war divided North and South, efforts to pierce the northern blockade of southern ports resulted in the ramming of the Confederate submarine Hunley by a Federal warship in the the waters off the Isle of Palms. The northern ship, the USS Housatonic, sank immediately while the Hunley went down later due to severe damage caused by explosions resulting from the collision. The event was the world's first successful submarine battle.

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An aerial photo of Wild Dunes in the Isle of Palms