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Where in Charleston?
Home buyers today are drawn to the same natural beauty of Goose Creek that drew the early settlers, and a strong sense of community has increased the demand for new homes. The City has achieved a balance between growth, the environment and the preservation of the small town character. Residents live, work and raise their families surrounded by the rich historic and natural treasures of the Lowcountry.
Johns Island is a treasured location for new homes in the Charleston SC area, offering young professionals, families and retirees everything they desire.
Within just 5 minutes of downtown Charleston, Johns Island is a paradise that protects its natural beauty, including miles of beaches, marshland, and even deepwater access along the Intracoastal waterway.
North Charleston brings excitement and growth to the Lowcountry. With a comfortable climate, North Charleston is a vibrant city that attracts more than 2 million visitors annually, and new homes are in demand for those visitors who want to call Charleston “home.” South Carolina’s third largest municipality, North Charleston offers shopping, dining and entertainment.
The historic village of Summerville, fondly known as the “Flowertown in the Pines,” was once a retreat for wealthy plantation owners. Today, Summerville’s National Historic District and charming downtown boasts quaint shops and fine restaurants. Summerville is known for its mild climate, excellent schools and exceptional healthcare, a vibrant downtown, small-town friendliness and the proximity to historic Charleston and the beaches.
West Ashley is the area west of the Charleston peninsula and is bordered by the Ashley River and the Intracoastal Waterway.