The Charleston area attracts newcomers everyday – industry is booming, development is in full swing, and yet the adored Charleston lifestyle has remained much the same. Charleston is made up of a collection of enclaves that offer something for everyone. Here is an overview of our areas:
In two words: funky, surfer. Just 15 miles from downtown Charleston, Folly Beach is its own universe – with its own sense of time, enjoyment, and a laidback, friendly energy that has earned it the lifelong affection of locals and visitors alike. Its wide beaches, solid surfing, eclectic neighborhoods, and community of locally-owned restaurants and shops make it the perfect place in which to revel, relax, reconnect, and call home.
In two words: rural, oaks. Johns Island’s proximity to downtown Charleston and its scenic property have attracted many newcomers to the developing area.The island is home to endless live oak trees draped in Spanish moss, including the famous Angle Oak. Johns Island is a wonderful community to enjoy a rustic lifestyle while remaining a short drive to downtown and the islands. Buy your fresh produce here!
Just 21 miles from downtown Charleston, Kiawah Island is an oasis of untouched natural beauty and renowned hospitality for those seeking a retreat into adventure and luxury. Kiawah’s five championship courses make it South Carolina’s crown jewel of golf, and the magnificent Kiawah Island Golf Resort exemplifies Southern comfort in all of its splendor.
Seabrook Island is a private, welcoming, oceanfront community just thirty minutes from historic Charleston, SC. A vibrant community thrives within Seabrook Island with an array of activities and locales on the Island to enjoy. Explore more than three miles of peacefully sandy beaches, horseback ride on the beach, go kayaking, explore the marina or dine overlooking the ocean.