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Ellis Oaks Ave: Marshfront Lots on James Island

Ellis Oaks Ave on James Island

Located just a few miles outside of downtown Charleston is the laid-back community of James Island.  With mature oaks, idyllic creeks and many lovely homes, it is no wonder that this island community attracts people of all ages.  Local restaurants and well-established shops are located along the island’s main thoroughfare of Folly Road, which also provides quick and easy access to Folly Beach—known by locals as the “Edge of America.”

If you’ve considered moving to James Island, now might be the time to make the move!  Robertson Allen has three beautiful marsh front lots listed on Ellis Oaks Ave.  With breathtaking marsh views and the ability to build the custom home of your dreams, it is the perfect place for those that want to enjoy waterfront living in Charleston.  The exclusive Ellis Oaks community is gated for your privacy and it is conveniently located at the foot of the James Island connector so you can be in downtown Charleston in mere minutes!  It backs up to the James Island Creek so you have easy access to the waterways surrounding James Island.  There is also a shared deep water dock that is available only for residents of the neighborhood.

The three lots listed by The Cassina Group include:

 

To schedule a time to see any of these lots, please contact listing agent Robertson Allen.  For more information, please click on the property address above.


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As a Navy family for thirty years, we have bought and sold several homes around the country. CARTER ROWSON of The Cassina Group in Charleston, SC is by far the best real estate agent we have ever worked with! Because we were new to Charleston in 2012, Carter attentively showed us well OVER 100 houses all over the County before we finally settled in the Braemore neighborhood of Mount Pleasant. Carter was extremely responsive to our many, many questions and daily emails. He has intimate knowledge …
Laura Anastos