Charleston, South Carolina Boating Real Estate

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Carnes Crossroads

Charleston, South Carolina Boating Community
Charleston, South Carolina

Carnes Crossroads is a thoughtfully developed, master-planned community located near Charleston and historic downtown Summerville. Here, charming neighborhoods flow naturally around beautiful parks, lakes and open green spaces. Carefully crafted homes and quiet, tree-lined streets recall the beauty and timeless traditions of the Lowcountry. A vibrant downtown area is continually attracting businesses, medical facilities and services of all kinds to the growing urban center. New single-family homes from 5 of the region’s top builders are priced from the mid $200,000s to the $500,000s. Read More...


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Daniel Island

Charleston, South Carolina Boating Community
Charleston, South Carolina

Located within 15 miles of Charleston's historic district, Daniel Island is a 4,000-acre award-winning island town featuring traditional neighborhoods, a downtown, parks, marsh-lined rivers and creeks, and a private country club with golf courses by Tom Fazio and Rees Jones. A coastal setting and the Charleston harbor provides the island with a wide array of water sports and recreation. Homes priced from the $500,000s to over $5 million. Condominiums and townhomes price from the $200,000s to over $1 million. Homesites from the $300,000s to over $1 million. Read More...


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Kiawah River Estates

Charleston, South Carolina Boating Community
Charleston, South Carolina

This waterfront community in the South Carolina Lowcountry is a short drive to historic Charleston and offers access to Kiawah Island Golf Resort. Exclusive amenities include a clubhouse, fitness center, swimming pool, tennis & pickleball courts, a crabbing dock, fishing ponds, and more. Lots priced from $60,000 to $350,000; Homes from $425,000 to $1.3 million. Read More...

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