Breathtaking beauty in an intimate, secluded setting.

As you take your 20-minute drive from downtown Charleston across Johns Island, you can feel the tension leave your body as you pass along the roads and under the canopy created by sweeping Live Oaks draped with Spanish Moss.  It's the natural beauty of Charleston just as you've seen it in movies and picture books.

As you arrive at Charleston's resort sea islands of Seabrook and Kiawah, you look around and see marshes fed by tidal creeks that meander to lazy rivers.  A few people are kayaking along one of the waterways, passing by egrets and herons.  Each turn along the wandering road offers a breathtaking view of the marsh, river and enchanting Lowcountry trees.

Look carefully, as you drive, and you'll see world-class golf courses, exquisitely designed club houses and all sorts of amenities hidden among the trees.  Using a well-conceived set of guidelines for building in concert with nature, the elegant homes are hidden along the trails, as well.

As you tour the islands, you can see why they have become two of the most celebrated resort communities in the country, if not the world!  Freshfields Village, just before the entrance gates to both Seabrook and Kiawah,  added to the long list of attractive reasons to live here, bringing all the conveniences of an idyllic small Southern town to the island communities and much more!