Here you can explore the Charleston SC lowcountry by area and neighborhood. Whether you are looking for your dream beach house or a historic home in downtown Charleston, we have the place for you.
Bordered by pristine beaches and marsh creeks, this barrier island has been a vacation spot since the late 19th century. Its seemingly endless beaches, the resort community of Wild Dunes, championship golf, tennis, marina, and local restaurants provide non-stop entertainment, all just 12 miles from downtown Charleston.
Comprising only 3.3 square miles, this beachfront town proves that good things come in small packages. Sullivan’s Island is an inviting mix of exclusive homes, wide beaches, local restaurants and shops – located just minutes from downtown Charleston.
Consistently voted one of the world’s best cities, historic Charleston is a history lover’s dream come true. With its cobblestone streets lined with 18th- and 19th-century homes, copper gas lanterns, and horse-drawn carriages, Charleston has become South Carolina's most popular destination.
IOP Residential is a full-service residential real estate firm licensed in South Carolina, specializing in properties along the Charleston coast including Isle of Palms, Wild Dunes, Sullivan's Island and Mt. Pleasant.
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Keep up with the latest news and events in the Lowcountry!
April is such a great month in Charleston. We start off with a bang with the WTA Volvo Tennis Tournament on Daniel Island. Of course, one of the biggest events each year is the Cooper River Bridge Run. Towards the end of the month we have Jason Isbell, Brandi Carlile and Band of Horses headlining the High Water Music Festival.
February was the exact opposite of the dreadful month of January. It’s been over 70 degrees most of the month! March is upon us and brings the official opening of spring and a longer day with Daylight Savings Time. The Food and Wine Festival continues through March 4. The big holiday in March is St Patrick’s Day with the annual block party at Dunleavy’s Pub on Sullivan’s Island and downtown Charleston’s parade.
Thank goodness January is gone and February is here. January’s snow and cold weather were very unusual. Hopefully, February will be better. There’s certainly a lot to do in February in Charleston with the SE Wildlife Expo and all of the oyster roasts. The Charleston Wine and Food Festival starts at the end of the month.