Johns Island - West Ashley real
estate Charleston South Carolina
Find the perfect Johns Island, SC Address!
size only to New York’s Long Island among sea coastal islands along
the eastern seaboard, beautiful Johns Island is
emerging as a highly sought-after address. Only ten
minutes to downtown Charleston, SC, and boasting two brand new
bridges, an executive airport, and a four-lane expressway to Kiawah
Island, Johns Island is an ideal deep water real estate location. For most
of its history, Johns Island has been a coastal farming center, and
still boasts vast expanses of lush, unspoiled acreage only recently
available to prospective real estate buyers. Angel Oak of
Johns Island, South Carolina. Angel oak is estimated at 1400
years of age. The person by the tree is 160 centimeters (63
inches) tall. Some of Johns Island's premier neighborhoods are Gift Plantation, Kiawah River Estates, Briars Creek, and many more. If you are looking for a rural setting close to historic Charleston and its nearby beaches... this is it.
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tidal creeks and surrounded by rivers and
waterways, the island
offers a large variety of waterfront lots, and newly developed
neighborhoods overlook Wadmalaw Sound and the Kiawah and Stono
Wonderful home on Johns Island for sale! Gorgeous custom built, tidal creek home with views of the Stono River on over a third of an acre. Have it all in this 5 bedroom/3 1/2 bath home, additional flex room, workshop, 3 car garage and a wrap around travertine porch to enjoy sunset views of Charleston's intracoastal waters from all angles. Close to downtown, area golf courses, equestrian center and Kiawah and Seabrook Islands. Enjoy water views of the Stono River, a 90 acre nature preserve, deep water neighborhood dock, and your own crabbing dock.
country roads bordered by great live oaks sport a series of game
preserves and newly-designed golf course communities. Abundant local farms are
still in operation, growing fresh crops of tomatoes, cucumbers,
lettuce, melons and winter greens, year-round produce offered in
roadside markets and popular island restaurants.