Plantation at Stono Ferry

On the outskirts of West Ashley off Hwy. 162 lies this beautiful neighborhood complete with a private equestrian facility for riding & boarding horses, a semi-private championship par-72 golf course with clubhouse for dining, swimming pool, tennis courts and a number of incredible homes and homesites, some with Intracoastal and marsh views, others overlooking the peaceful pasture.

Lowcountry style architecture can be seen on the streetscapes as well as more traditional brick homes. Larger lots offer space and privacy between neighbors, while townhomes are located in their own enclave for those homeowners who prefer less maintenance or a lock-n-leave lifestyle. The Plantation at Stono Ferry exudes lowcountry living and only a 30 minute drive to historic downtown Charleston.

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James Island

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Daniel Island

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