Featured Areas

Kiawah Island

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     Kiawah is a 10,000 acre barrier island that protects the mainland from the Atlantic Ocean. It is rich with beautiful trees, thick pine forests, creeks, and salt marshes. It offers residents and visitors a chance to be close to nature. Championship golf, outstanding tennis, 35 miles of paved bike paths, and 10 miles of sandy beach make this private seaside community a family favorite. 

Seabrook Island

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     Seabrook Island is a private, semi-tropical 2200-acre barrier island nestled along the Atlantic coast and Edisto River, just 19 miles south of historic Charleston, South Carolina. Seabrook is a nature lover’s delight, beautifully forested with palm trees, ancient live oaks, pines and magnolias, and home to white-tail deer and other native wildlife. Traffic is controlled through a gated entrance and architecture is overseen by the Community Association’s Architectural Review Committee. 

Johns Island

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Originally a farming community, Johns island’s history dates back centuries as the site of several prominent plantations, producing much of the area’s rice, indigo, and cotton exports. The island’s close promximity to Downtown Charleston and beautiful scenic property make it a prime location.  It is separated from the mainland by the tidal Stono River, which forms part of the Intracoastal Waterway.