Battery Gaillard

Welcome to Battery Gaillard

This is a small, quaint marshfront neighborhood close to Hwy. 61 and I-526 of only 52 homesites offering residents a crabbing dock, magnificent oak trees throughout, walking/jogging/bike path to the West Ashley Recreation Park and exudes the charm of Mayberry.

This neighborhood was slow to get started, mainly because it is tucked back  and hidden beyond an older neighborhood of ranch-style homes. Several homes currently exist and most are occupied, however, a few homesites remain available to purchase and build. The community mailboxes at the entry is a good place to catch up with your neighbors and keep the streetscape clean and crisp. Come see this cozy and convenient neighborhood.

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