James Island Homes for Sale
565 Seaward Drive Charleston, South Carolina
3 Beds 2 Baths 2,200 SqFt 0.740 Acres
1445 Burningtree Road James Island, South Carolina
3 Beds 3 Baths 2,879 SqFt 0.610 Acres
5 Old Summer House Road Charleston, South Carolina
3 Beds 4 Baths 2,265 SqFt 0.060 Acres
1065 Fort Sumter Drive Charleston, South Carolina
4 Beds 4 Baths 2,500 SqFt 0.450 Acres
2142 Golfview Drive Charleston, South Carolina
5 Beds 5 Baths 3,654 SqFt 0.280 Acres
425 Riverland Drive Charleston, South Carolina
4 Beds 4 Baths 3,100 SqFt 0.280 Acres
1566 Charming Nancy Road Charleston, South Carolina
6 Beds 6 Baths 4,069 SqFt 0.210 Acres
1549 Charming Nancy Road Charleston, South Carolina
5 Beds 4 Baths 3,437 SqFt 0.230 Acres
1217 Captain Rivers Drive Charleston, South Carolina
5 Beds 5 Baths 3,364 SqFt 0.210 Acres
1554 Charming Nancy Road Charleston, South Carolina
4 Beds 4 Baths 3,033 SqFt 0.210 Acres
One of the Safest Places
to Live in America
James Island offers both a rural feel and all the amenities that draw many young professionals, as well as those looking for a change of scenery. The island is also one of the safest places to live in the nation, with fantastic neighborhoods where kids can stay out past dark without fear.
From Riverland Terrace to Clearview, Lighthouse Point to Seaside Plantation, there are a variety of beautiful neighborhoods to choose from. James Island is a large island rich in natural beauty, surrounded by Charleston Harbor, the Stono River, the Wappoo Cut, Clark Sound, and the Folly River.
Rich in American History
Battle of SecessionvilleJames Island is also rich in American history, and it has managed to preserve a good portion of it -- the site where the Battle of Secessionville was fought in the American Civil War, McLeod Plantation, and the Dill Sanctuary (Charleston Museum property), as well as various earthen work forts around the island.
Fort Pemberton These include Fort Pemberton, now a City of Charleston park, and Fort Pringle, which sits on the National Register of Historic Places. And even before that, Native Americans inhabited the land.
Tucked Away With Access to the World Nearby
Although it’s somewhat tucked away and hidden from the bustle of downtown Charleston, James Island is just about twelve miles from Charleston International Airport, which gives you access to the world.
Oak trees dating back over 100 years line the roads, and the James Island County Park is where the community gathers for picnics, saltwater fishing and crabbing, sand volleyball, the Climbing Wall, and the Splash Zone Waterpark.
With easy access to the beach and local salt marshes, creeks, and rivers through many public boat ramps, trails for hiking, and fun things to do, living on James Island is like being on vacation year-round. James Island truly has something for everyone!