Briar’s Creek


Watch for sign on River Road

Off River Road is Briar’s Creek, an exclusive private golf community designed by Rees Jones, featuring spacious estate homesites in the heart of our lowcountry. This gated neighborhood sits on more than 900 acres of scenic Johns Island real estate, this exclusive family retreat provides an unhurried lifestyle among ancient forest, rare birds and wildlife and world-class golf with zero tee times.

Homesites are available for purchase to build that dream home and surround yourself with nature. The thoughtful care and preservation of the wildlife habitats make this a special development which will take your breath away. You’re close to Beachwalker Beach, Kiawah, Seabrook, and Freshfields Village so shopping and the ocean’s waves are convenient.

Historic downtown Charleston is about a 20-25 minute drive. Briar’s Creek offers homeowners the comfort of being so close to everything, but yet the feel of serenity in your gated enclave.


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Goose Creek

The City of Goose Creek is located at the southern edge of Berkeley County, slightly north of North Charleston. The City encompasses 41 square miles, reaching from the Cooper River on the east to I-26 on the west. The population in 2007 was estimated around 36,466, making Goose Creek the 10thlargest City in South Carolina. The City… Read More

Isle of Palms

The slender barrier island that is the Isle of Palms (IOP) is best known as Greater Charleston’s most popular public beach for tourists and families with small children, but it is also home to the Wild Dunes Resort, Marina, and its amazing golf courses. Sitting off the Mt. Pleasant coastline just north of its Sullivan’s… Read More

Johns Island

Located a 15 minute drive from downtown Charleston via West Ashley and over the Stono River lies Johns Island. This island is the second largest island on the eastern seaboard next to Long Island, NY. It can be described as the least developed land mass in the Charleston area. The locals of Johns Island are passionate… Read More

Daniel Island

The third major section of the City of Charleston is the Peninsular Island across the Copper River named Daniel Island. Thanks to the Cooper River on the west and the Wando River to the east (both shipping ports), until the Mark Clark Expressway (I-526) was constructed in the early 90’s Daniel Island was literally cut off from the rest of Charleston, and even today it has the unique distinction as the only section of the City that is not contiguous with the rest of Charleston, nor is it a part of Charleston County.

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