Located on the Intracoastal waterway, Goat Island cottage is unique because of it's accessibility only by boat. This tiny barrier island, only 200 yards off the Isle of Palms, where legend still lingers. It is called Goat Island. In the early 30's a man and his wife lived there without electricity or water, choosing to turn their backs on civilization forever. Goat Island remains a place of rustic solitude, a precious, slender slice of land beyond the reach of street lights and bus stops. The Island remains a throwback to a time when life on a coast was a rustic retreat, hammocks were the furniture of choice. Goat island is the maritime woods. There is electricity but no paved roads.A lot of the houses are snug little cabins, weekend and summer places for people who live somewhere else. A handful of people are "full-timers"living there year-round. Like the island itself, they are unique- painter, musicians, skilled carpenters and crafts people who make things like flying staircases. The original generation's mindset lives on...The people keep life on the Goat Island rough, rustic and swirling with mystique. This Island cottage has it's own dock with boat lift, power and shower. Two bedrooms, one bath, large living space that is opened to kitchen. Double decks on each side of the living space for entertaining. The lot is big enough to build a second house. Great rental history. Reverse Osmosis system for continuous fresh water.