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About Johns Island, South Carolina

James Island, South Carolina
But there is more to James Island than battles. It is home to McLeod Plantation, which was built in 1854 and still has intact slave cabins, as well as the Seashore Farmer’s Lodge Hall. Dedicated to preserving the heritage of the island, a 53-year-old tradition has been revived—the Island Heritage Festival...
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Hooray for Retirement!
Good relocation strategies include vacationing in the area you are consid­ering or selling your current residence before buying a new home and storing your furniture. An option that some forget to consider is keeping your current...
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Perfect Team - Perfect House
THEY FELL IN LOVE WITH THE VIEW. Naturally they decided to build a house to showcase it. After that, Rich and Maureen Dabruzzi like to say, the rest came together with teamwork like no one involved expected.
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Memories of Seabrook Island: A Tribue to Elizabeth Stringfellow
Stringfellow’s warm and personal tribute to the history of her ancestral home traces the story of Seabrook and Johns Island from the arrival of the Spanish in the 1500s to the first English colony in 1666 and more than 300 years as a rural, agricultural area, all the...
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Kiawah River Estates
Kiawah River Estates, it seems, is on everyone's mind. When asked if she would answer some questions about the upscale neighborhood on Johns Island, Rebecca Lind, a real estate agent for AgentOwned Realty, a short drive up the road in Summerville, South Carolina, replied: “Oh, you’re writing about it, too.”
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Island Worship: Johns Island Presbyterian Church
Johns Island Presbyterian Church has stood a silent sentinel amid moss-draped oaks, watching as the island has grown and changed through the centuries. It has provided sanctuary to early settlers and modern-day residents for nearly 300 years.
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Going Coastal : Waterfront Living Along The Coastal Highway
A brief journey down Route 17 might begin at Wilmington, a delightful port city between the Cape Fear River and the ocean in North Carolina’s Inner Banks. With a population of around 100,000, it offers many local attractions and events and a historic preservation district with fine old homes and...
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Freshfields: Johns Island
Free movies, a farmers markets, old-fashioned sodas, free Internet and delicious coffee are waiting for you at Freshfields Village. Located at the corner of Kiawah, Seabrook and Johns Islands, Freshfields Village brings together these communities by providing a great meeting spot for tourists and...
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Charleston Collegiate
When I First Heard That My Friend Marty Walmsley’s two teenage daughters attended Charleston Collegiate on Johns Island, I had to wonder why. By my calcula­tions, it would take close to an hour to drive to the school from her Isle of Palms residence. There has to be...
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Building The Dream Part I ; The Foundation
I LIKED YVONNE BUCHAN FROM THE VERY FIRST HANDSHAKE, but what impresses me most is her enthusiasm for her latest project. She and a couple of investors are in the early stages of an ambitious flip on Johns Island
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Building The Dream Part II: Framing
IT IS HARD TO BELIEVE THIS IS THE SAME HOUSE. Only the bits that remain of the original home remind me of its humble beginnings because the house itself has just about doubled in size. Best of all, it is completely framed in and you can see it taking shape.
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Building The Dream Part III : Taking Shape
But the real drama is unfolding on the second floor. I cautiously pick my way up the stairs to the loft, where I pause to enjoy the ever-changing views of the river. Destined to be the owner’s private retreat, part of the loft houses a room that...
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Building The Dream - Part IV - Nearing Completion
THE DREAM IS NEARLY A REALITY. THE exterior is complete and a promise of the beauty and luxury that awaits inside. The landscaping is in place, brush has been cleared to enhance the water view and the ancient moss-draped oaks frame the amazing new structure.
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Building The Dream Part 5
AS I WALKED UP THE STEPS to the house on Johns Island, I saw a pair of socks lying on the doormat. For me, I wondered? I was dressed for the occasion of seeing the nearly completed house, and I was pretty certain I’d be asked to remove my shoes to protect the brand-new floors. As I took off my shoes, Yvonne Buchan opened the door and welcomed me before apologetically explaining the socks to me.
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