If you’re looking for unspoiled island living, then Wadmalaw Island homes are just the thing. Charleston is about 17 miles west, making Wadmalaw Island real estate a nice choice for people who commute to the city but want a slower pace of life at home. Wadmalaw River surrounds the island, and there are several inlets from the river and creeks wandering around the island. This means that there are lots of waterfront homes. Some are historic mansions with several acres of land and their own docks.There is also estate style new construction that fits in with the older homes. Imagine being able to go fishing or crabbing and then bringing your catch back home to eat fresh. Comfortable single-family homes are plentiful, as well. There are even some parcels of land for sale, where you can build your dream home.
People who live in Wadmalaw Island homes enjoy peace, quiet, and pristine natural habitats. The many miles of river banks are ideal for fishing and picnicking. There are lots of wooded areas that have interesting walks and fascinating wildlife.
There are not a lot of choices for shopping or restaurants on the island itself. However, it’s only a 10-minute drive to Johns Island and plenty of great retail shopping, grocery stores, and restaurants. There are several local places that are fun to visit, though. The Charleston Tea Plantation is owned by Bigelow Tea Company and is the last working tea plantation in the United States. Visitors are welcome to come and tour the tea factory, then take a trolley ride through the plantation. Deep Water Vineyard is open for tours and tastings Tuesday through Saturday. On Saturdays they also host the Weekend Winedown. There’s great food and live music, and it’s a perfect way to get together with friends and neighbors.
Only 35 minutes from Downtown Charleston sits an exclusive tract of land in a rural paradise with privacy and gated security. Come see for yourself what lowcountry island...