Johns Island

John's Island

Johns Island

Johns Island, spelled John’s Island is the largest island in South Carolina and one of the largest islands on the entire east coast. Scenic waterfront views, beautiful country sides and new and unique neighborhoods make this sea island a true gem. John’s Island is located just 20 minutes South of downtown Charleston. While predominantly undeveloped farmland and equestrian ranches, John’s Island offers many new constructed homes and neighborhoods giving buyers a large variety of home buying choices at affordable prices. John’s Island is also home to the famous Angel Oak Tree said to be over 1500 years old, located in the Angel Oak Park with parking for visitors to enjoy the tree.

The charming character of John’s Island with its acres of undeveloped farms and numerous water ways makes it an excellent location for investors and buyers alike. Some of the best restaurants in Charleston are now housed on John’s Island offering the best Lowcountry cuisine with a farm to table style. Bars, brewery, grocery stores, retail and shops makes it very convenient to live on John’s Island.

DISTINCTIVE AREAS SURROUNDING JOHN’S ISLAND

Wadmalaw Island

Wadmalaw is bordered by John’s Island and separated by Church Creek. Vast country sides filled with farmlands, stately homes, farms and farm houses, country cottages and beautiful scenic marsh and river views. Wadmalaw is home to a local 48 acre vineyard and tea plantation where the only tea is made in America. Both venues are opened to the public and offer regular events.

Kiawah Island

Kiawah is well known for its amenities, 7 premier golf courses including the Ocean Course hosting PGA Championships. Recently ranked #1 for Greatest US Tennis Resorts. 10 miles of sandy beaches and more than 30 miles of walking trails. Boutiques, fine dining and activities for the entire family. Coastal Living Magazine ranked Kiawah one of 15 happiest places to live on the coast. Kiawah Island is most unique, beloved landscapes and stunning stately homes, architecturally designed homes and condos. Just 21 miles South of downtown Charleston.

Seabrook Island

Seabrook is forty minutes to downtown Charleston. With 2, 200 acres, 3.5 miles of pristine beach, forest, marshes, golf courses, tennis center, equestrian center, marina, kayaking, crabbing and of course the most beautiful sunsets! Well designed community offering a variety of home styles, including townhomes and villas.

SOME POPULAR NEIGHBORHOODS ON JOHN’S ISLAND

The Villages in St. Johns Woods

Charming neighborhood with Lowcountry designed homes ranging from Charleston Style to Craftsman Styles and located just 15 minutes to downtown Charleston. Beautifully landscaped with large trees, a six acre park, swimming pool, community pavilion and walking trails.

Headquarters Island

Secluded community on John’s Island surrounded by marsh, creeks and the Stono River just 10 minutes to downtown Charleston. Gated community with single family homes and townhomes. Homes are beautifully designed with generous lots many with private docs and boat lifts.

Whitney Lake

Charming John’s Island neighborhood with a 25 acre lake. Located 8 miles to downtown Charleston and 12 miles to Kiawah Beach. Walking trails, lake kayaking, community fire pit and covered dock. Beautifully designed homes and townhomes with porches to enjoy the beautiful sunsets over the lake.

Grimball Gates

Easily accessible to Charleston and West Ashley. Beautiful homes custom designed are tucked away surrounded by a 1.63 Island Trail Loop with scenic marsh and river views. Amenities include community dock, on site boat storage areas, eight ponds and lots of green space.

Kiawah River

Stunning brand new waterfront home sites nestled on 2,000 acres along the Kiawah River. Everyone is talking about the well designed upcoming community offering many amenities with breathtaking views. 15 miles South of downtown Charleston! Many house plans, waterfront lodge, boat landing, dockside restaurant, guest cabins and much more is planned for this stunning setting.

Stonoview

A master planned community in a natural setting with vast views of the Stono River. Beautiful Oak trees, community dock with sundeck, floating boat slips, boat storage, crabbing, kayaking, waterfront park and pavilion, community pool, tennis courts, walking and biking trails and beautifully designed Charleston style homes.

Kiawah River Estates

Golfing community and home to Oak Point Golf Course. Gated community with amenities that include a club house, tennis, swimming pool and dock. Across the river from Kiawah Island . Beautifully estate built homes and lots for sale. Close to Bohicket Marina, Freshfields Village and Mullet Hall Equestrian Center.

Gift Plantation

A very spacious John’s Island Community. Large home estates, many with vast marsh and water views. Lot sizes range from half an acre to one and a half acres. Swimming pool, club house, tennis and dock facilities.

Rushland Plantation

Expansive marsh and water views. Beautifully constructed homes many with double front porches and Lowcountry designs. This 500 acre neighborhood will only have 123 home sites to preserve conservation and wildlife habitation. Community docks, swimming pool, club house and covered pavilion. Some homes have private docks on the Intracoastal Waterway.

REVIEWS

Drew P.

“Working with Jane was an absolute delight! As a first time home buyer, I had so many questions, but her years of experience and knowledge of the local market, we feel like she hit the nail on the head in all departments. Between her expertise and fun personality, she made our real estate experience stress free and we plan to use her services in the future. Thank you Jane!”

Paula G.

“Jane Barr is the ultimate professional. Highly recommend her especially for any family relocating to the low country. She made our buying/selling transactions as simple as possible.”

Laura H.

“We bought our home on James Island through Jane. She did a great job for us and helped us navigate some tough decisions. She knows the Lowcountry, the people and the communities in which we live!”