Bordered by Edisto, Folly, James, Kiawah, Seabrook, and Wadmalaw islands, Johns Island is the largest in South Carolina and the fourth largest on the East Coast. Only Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts, Desert Island in Maine, and Long Island in New York are larger. This picturesque Sea Island is separated from neighboring islands by the Kiawah and Stono Rivers. Comprised of eighty-four square miles, Johns Island is home to roughly 21,500 residents, and nearly one-third of the island is in Charleston’s city limits. This beautiful barrier island has a long, rich history and is home to a world-famous Southern live oak known as Angel Oak. The tree is estimated to be between 400 and 1,500 years old, many believing it to be in the 1,400-year range. Johns Island is in Charleston County in proximity to Downtown Charleston. This location affords residents of the island quick and convenient access to fabulous attractions and amenities, including great options for shopping, dining, entertainment, and recreation. In addition to all of these promising features, Johns Island also offers prospective homebuyers excellent real estate choices. Homes for sale in Johns Island include houses of varying ages, sizes, and architectural styles. Adding to the allure, Johns Island properties fall in a broad price range with options for single professionals, families with children, retirees, and everyone in between. If you would like to learn more about available Johns Island real estate, please allow us to assist you in your home search and contact us at your earliest convenience.