The Villages in St. Johns Woods

Charm galore in The Villages

The Villages in St. John’s Woods, off Maybank Highway on Johns Island, depicts a low country life style community with charm and style. This well planned neighborhood features homes that are as diverse in architecture as they are in color. Quaint cottages, Charleston singles,and larger two-story homes offer something for a variety of homeowners, be it empty-nesters, professionals, or retirees. Home prices range from the low $300’s to the mid $400’s and Phase III is now available for you to purchase a lot and bring your own builder.

Come on in. The water is great!

It’s a short 15-20 minute drive to downtown Charleston as well as a 30 minute ride to your favorite sand and surf at Folly Beach or Beachwalker Beach at Kiawah. Not a beach person or no time for the beach on a particular day, enjoy an afternoon at the neighborhood pool nestled among the trees, complete with grills, picnic tables, restrooms, and playground for the kiddies. Front porch rockers and sweet tea. It’s very Charleston!

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While Hanahan is a charming and fairly well populated bedroom community near the geographic epicenter of Greater Charleston, the City is easily the least traversed of all the municipalities, and its residents surely appreciate the distinction. Ribboned with the creeks of the pristine Goose Creek Reservoir, Hanahan is at the southernmost tip of Berkeley County,… Read More

North Charleston

Even long-time locals are amazed when they are told or reminded that the city of North Charleston did not even exist before 1972.  With the scenic Ashley River on its western border and the sea-going Cooper River on the right, the city has annexed or redeveloped an extraordinary amount of prime real estate to quickly… Read More

Kiawah Island

Both a town and a private resort community, Kiawah Island is quite simply the most highly regarded of all the resort islands of the South Carolina coast, and by offering 5 different award winning golf courses across the pristine island – an island that boasts the largest stretch of ocean front of all the Greater… 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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