Sunset Properties Blog

Visit Candy Island on Sunset Beach

Sunset Properties welcomes Candy Island to Sunset Beach starting this summer.  The shop is owned by Nick and Tracey Gavrilis, and they've done a terrific job renovating the building over the winter.  Those of you that use to walk in it as customers of the Odom Company won't recogni... View the full post »

Sunset Beach Window Stickers Now Available From Sunset Properties

Remember the old travel stickers that use to go on luggage or cars to show where you vacationed that year? Well, Sunset Properties decided to bring them back.  Instead of another 'Euro-style' sticker, we've got a full color sticker that will help you remember your vacation at Sunse... View the full post »

Sunset Beach Summer Concert Series Begins

The 2013 Sunset Beach Concert Series begins next Wednesday evening May 29th with the Fat Jack Band performing from 6:30 pm until 8:30 pm.  Sunset Properties is pleased to be a series sponsor again this yea. The free concerts are held at the Village Park on the mainland on Queen Anne St.  ... View the full post »

Sunset Beach's Beach Gazebo Undergoing a Facelift at 50!

As the Town of Sunset Beach celebrates its 50th birthday, it has begun a project to update the Gazebo and walkway from the parking area mid-island to the beach. The walkway has been completed, and is now a full 8 feet wide-it makes it easier for folks to walk both ways at the same time, as well... View the full post »

Happy Mother's Day to all!

The staff at Sunset Properties wishes all Moms a great Mother's Day this coming weekend! We hope someone in the family was smart enough to book a beach vacation this year so you can spend some time relaxing at the beach, and not coordinating all of the family's daily activities.  But i... View the full post »

1st Wine Fest a Success

Sunset Properties enjoyed being a part of the 1st Strawberry and Wine Fest held by the Old Bridge Preservation Society this past weekend at Silver Coast Winery. The OBPS volunteers have everything in their control in great order-they just weren't able to magically handle the weather.  But ... View the full post »