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2688 Bohicket Road: Deepwater Parcel on Bohicket Creek

Water view of 2688 Bohicket RoadWhen you think of Charleston, images of live oaks, Spanish moss, vibrant marshes and sparkling waterways come to mind.  These are some of the many features that make the Lowcountry so picturesque.  If you want to enjoy these views as part of your daily routine, take a look at our featured listing at 2688 Bohicket Road.

Located on Johns Island, this 2.23 acre deepwater parcel embodies Lowcountry living by offering a true waterfront lifestyle.  The deep lot extends from Bohicket Road and is made private by a thick cluster of trees to offer privacy from the road.  The lot has a partially cleared building site which can accommodate a sizable residence and capitalize on waterfront views.  Stately homes are located on either side of the property, but there is plenty of privacy created by natural tree buffers.  A dock permit is in hand so all you have to do is build a dock to enjoy long days on the water.  Bohicket Creek, the body of water on which the lot is located, is just a short trek to the Atlantic Ocean and it abounds with beautiful marshes, great fishing and a varied collection of wildlife.

Aerial view of 2688 Bohicket Road2688 Bohicket Road is located less than 15 miles from downtown Charleston so you can get there in about 20-25 minutes.  You can easily pop downtown to enjoy the beautiful architecture, famed restaurants and world-class shopping and enjoy a short, picturesque drive home.  Johns Island is a mix of residential properties and working farms so it offers a more laid back lifestyle than other areas of Charleston.  Local restaurants such as Fat Hen and Wild Olive are popular with residents and visitors alike, while a handful of other local, flavorful spots are gaining a strong following.  The resort islands of Kiawah and Seabrook are located just fifteen minutes from the lot and offer amenities such as golf courses, clubhouse restaurants and public beach access at Beachwalker County Park.  Three grocery stores are located on the island and Freshfields Village, a collection of high-end shops and restaurants, is located at the entrance to Kiawah and Seabrook islands.

To learn more about this property, contact listing agent Meghan Webster.

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