As mentioned in our previous post, being members of Lowcountry Local means we understand the value & importance of staying local when buying products & services for your home & business in South Carolina.
Those places include historic Downtown Charleston, Mt Pleasant, North Charleston, Summerville & West Ashley.
In addition to those great places, our coverage also extends to the famous islands that help make up our beautiful Lowcountry. Here’s a brief rundown of those locations.
Famous for its resorts and golf courses — among several other things — Kiawah Island is home to many great neighborhoods we can help protect including East Beach Village, Indigo Park, Ocean Park, West Beach Village and more.
South along the coast from Kiawah Island you’ll run into Seabrook Island. Another top spot for golfing, Seabrook has received many local, national and worldwide awards for several achievements accomplished throughout its history.
On your way to both Kiawah and Seabrook (at least on land), you’ll pass through Johns Island, the largest island in South Carolina. Its location away from the main Charleston municipality and closeness to Folly Beach makes Johns Island one of the faster growing/developing areas for homeowners in the Lowcountry.
Neighborhoods there include The Arbors in St. Johns Woods, Barberry Woods, The Bend at River Road, Grimball Gates, Kiawah River Estates, Maybank Village, The Villages in St. John’s Woods and Waterloo Estates among several others.
One of the most unique and beautiful communities of the Lowcountry, Daniel Island is home to several boat landings, island trails, parks and other great activities.
Areas of Daniel Island include Codner’s Ferry Park, Smythe Park, Edgefield Park, the Downtown area, Barfield Park among others.
Nestled next to Mount Pleasant, on the north side of Charleston Harbor, Sullivan’s Island boasts both historical attractions like Fort Moultrie (where Edgar Allan Poe was once stationed), but also has some of the most popular beach areas in the Lowcountry.
We can help protect homes & other properties all along Sullivan’s from the southern end of the island, through the downtown area, all the way to the northern end.
Moving north along the coast from Sullivan’s island, you’ll reach the beautiful Isle of Palms. With even more beautiful beaches, golf courses, fishing contests and other great activities, Isle of Palms is a great place to visit, live and work.
Neighborhoods there include Wildwood, Oceanside Villas, Mariner’s Walk, Ocean Point, Seagrove and other beautiful areas of the famous Wild Dunes development.
Probably the most famous among the beaches, Folly Beach or the “Edge of America” as many call it, is one of the most traveled-to destinations in South Carolina.
You’ll have to pass through James Island on the way there and neighborhoods there include Lawton Bluff, Seaside Plantation, Stonefield, Riverland Terrace, Secessionville, Woodland Shores, Bayview Farms and more.
As you can see, the Lowcountry boasts several of the most unique, note-worthy locales anywhere in the world and its no wonder so many people call it home each year.