Twin Oaks

The property comprises 21.85 acres of fenced pastures, residential dwellings, equestrian facilities and natural woodlands.

The main house features a reversed floorplan with the living area on the second floor affording unobstructed views of the back pastures, barn and woodlands. The master bedroom and bath open into the den and dining area. Wood flooring is featured throughout the second floor living area with carpet in the master. Vaulted ceilings and cathedral windows offer ample natural lighting

The first floor features one bedroom, powder room, large den and ample storage. This area can easy be reconfigured to include two additional bedrooms and full bath.

A four bay storage barn offers ample room for vehicles, outdoor gear and farm equipment.

Johns Island

Johns Island is located to the west of James Island and to the east of Wadmalaw Island and inshore of Seabrook Island and Kiawah Island. It is separated from the mainland by the tidal Stono River, which forms part of the Intracoastal Waterway.

Roughly one-third of the island is within the city limits of Charleston. The island is home to the Angel Oak, a Southern live oak tree estimated to be 400–1500 years old and named for Justus Angel, nineteenth century owner of the land on which it stands. It is also known for its farms, producing tomatoes and numerous other agricultural products.

The island’s proximity to downtown Charleston and its scenic rural properties make it an ideal location to enjoy life in the Lowcountry.
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