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The Deep water real estate in the
Charleston area are some of the most pristine in the country. Discover Charleston SC and its deep water real estate for sale in Mount Pleasant, Daniel Island, John's Island, James Island, West Ashley and more.† You can find deepwater estates, homes on a tidal creek with deepwater access, and intracoastal waterfront estates on the barrier islands surrounding Charleston.
Among the most alluring properties near Charleston are the numerous waterfront locations that provide spectacular views as well as enjoyable recreational opportunities. The coast plain of South Carolina is interwoven with estuaries, rivers, tidal creeks, and intracoastal waterway, along which a wide variety of homes and lots are available.
With warm temperatures throughout most of the year, Charleston is ideal for boating under sail or under power, and many properties offer private, easy access to navigable areas and the incomparable pleasure of an excursion on the water.
Some of the most sought-after properties are on local barrier islands. On Kiawah and Folly islands, inland waterfronts overlook miles of pristine rivers that wind through salt marsh to outlets to the sea. At the Isle of Palms, and Sullivanís Island, the inland side faces the Intracoastal Waterway and quick water connections to expansive bays and uninhabited coastal islands.
Farther inland, numerous properties are linked to the seemingly unlimited web of tidal creeks and river systems that abound with wildlife and impeccable scenery. Areas such as John Island, James Island, and Mount Pleasant have long been popular for their ample waterfront locations, and from a deep water dock on Shem or Wappoo Creek, itís a short journey to the salty spray of the Atlantic Ocean, scenic Charleston Harbor, or a pleasurable tie-up for a bite at a creekside restaurant.
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Dorchester, Berkeley, and Charleston county.