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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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

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

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

James Island

Many would argue that James Island is quite possibly the truest representation of mainstream Charleston culture, which is no surprise considering it is just a few minutes from downtown and forms most of the southern shore of Charleston harbor. James Island is bordered by the harbor to the east, Wappoo Creek (Intracoastal Waterway) to the… Read More

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