Daniel Ravenel Sotheby's International Realty - Eco-Friendly


From farmer’s markets to alternative fuel options to restaurants that feature locally grown food, you’ll find a wide variety of ways to go green. And with so many other residents who share the passion of environmental friendliness, it won’t be hard to find someone you can connect to.

If you love the idea of life near downtown, our Charleston real estate experts can help you find a home that makes the most of the area’s walkability and bikeability. Some neighborhoods to consider are South of Broad, North Central, or Wagener Terrace. Dewees Island is also a unique area that emphasizes sustainable living. The small area features beautiful Charleston real estate properties that are designed to work harmoniously with the environment.

For a more secluded way of life among thousands of acres of wooded land, consider a piece of Charleston real estate on Kiawah Island or Johns Island. Both encompass the natural beauty of South Carolina through maritime forests, marshes, and an abundance of wildlife including raccoons, bobcats, coyotes, alligators, and a wide variety of birds and fish.

As part of the eco-friendly lifestyle, many Charleston neighborhoods promote actions such as home composting and recycling as well as personal gardens for sustainability. In addition, you’ll find many local efforts to better our parks, buildings, aquariums, pollution, technology, waste management, and more.

Discover what it means to go green and be part of a city that cares about the impact it makes and the future it has. Talk to our Charleston real estate experts today about what you want in a perfect home.

Eco-Friendly Housing