Poplar Grove

Welcome to Poplar Grove

The gates of Poplar Grove are on the fringe of West Ashley 1.5 miles off of Savannah Highway (Hwy. 17 south) and only minutes from historic, downtown Charleston, the international airport, shopping, dining, hospitals, and business centers. Located on deep-water Rantowles Creek in the Plantation District where rice fields flourished generations ago, you’ll find tranquility and a lifestyle matched by few communities.

Poplar Grove dock

A short boat ride will take you to the Stono River and on to the lovely Charleston Harbor for lunch with friends. The development consists of generous size homesites and beautifully crafted custom Lowcountry homes carefully positioned so that homeowners can enjoy all that nature offers; the flora, fauna, vistas, and waterways.

Amenities abound with canoeing, kayaking, fishing, crabbing, walking trails, boat storage and nearby boat landing, boathouse and equestrian facilities.

Poplar Grove vista

Poplar Grove is a special place! Contact us for any questions or to plan a visit to leave the 21st century behind; if only for a brief time.

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