IntraCoastal Waterway -
Deepwater homes in Charleston South Carolina
PLEASANT SULLIVAN'S ISLAND
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history, charm and beauty make the city one of the world’s most
popular destinations for visiting and relocating. Unlike many tourist destinations,
a considerable number of visitors don’t arrive by land or air.
They arrive by boat, via the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway.
I have complied a list of some of the more popular neighborhoods with views or access to intracoastal waters. On step 4 of the Charleston MLS search page you can type in neighborhoods of choice. Not every neighborhoods will have active listings.
Intracoastal Waterway stretches from New York. to Key West,
Florida., and Charleston is a favorite port of call for boaters
traveling from Point A to Point B along the waterway and for a
growing contingent of tourists embarking on Intracoastal cruises.
arriving via the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, Charleston boasts
three large marinas – the largest being the Charleston City Marina
with 19,000 feet of dock space covering 40 acres of water. Among
the City Marina’s docks is the so-called MegaDock, which extends
more than a quarter of a mile into the water. Not surprisingly,
the MegaDock is the longest free-standing, floating fuel dock in
Beyond the center
of historic Charleston, Harborage and the Ashley Marina on the
Ashley River side of Charleston Peninsula offer dock facilities
and townhomes for travelers and residents along the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway.
residents of Charleston, the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway is
growing in popularity with home buyers and real estate investors,
who appreciate the natural and protected beauty of the inland
In 1936, the last segment of the 1,435 mile intracoastal waterway was completed in Horry County not too far from Mytle Beach.
***To get a more detailed list of neighborhoods on the water, please visit the Waterfront section of this site.
Creek - Marsh
View - Oceanfront