The Villages in St. John’s Woods

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.

The fun neighborhood pool

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!

Contact us today to learn more about this quintessential Johns Island neighborhood. We actually lived here and have many friends in the ‘hood. It’s a great place to call home!

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Summerville

Positioned at the northwestern edge of Greater Charleston along the west side of I-26, Summerville is a cornerstone of the North Area of Greater Charleston, and is the purest example of “small town America” in the South Carolina lowcountry. Known best as Flowertown USA, Summerville boasts stunning public azalea gardens, rolling landscapes, atypical roadways, and… Read More

West Ashley

The part of the city on the West bank of the Ashley River is commonly called “West Ashley,” which is the City’s largest bedroom community and retail district and is home to the historic Ashley River plantation district. The West bank of the Ashley River is also the original birthplace of Charleston, as celebrated at… 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

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