A stunning contrast to more developed areas of Charleston, John's Island is truly a diamond in the rough. One only needs to drive the winding, scenic roads ofJohns Island to discover the charm of its maritime forests and unspoiled natural beauty. The second largest island on the East Coast, second only to Long Island NY, John's Island was originally a farming community for early settlers of Charleston and it continues that tradition today. Several large working farms and many smaller farms contribute to the best farmer's market in the Lowcountry, the John's Island Farmer's Market. In fact, John's Island farmers are responsible for much of the tomato crop that ends up on grocery store produce aisles in the US. There are numerous new developments on Johns Island with homes in every price range that fill the huge demand for homes on this picturesque island just outside of Charleston. Buyers can find exactly what fits their lifestyle and budget with the right agent. Amenities near and dear to John's Islanders include the Angel Oak, the aforementioned John's Island Farmer's Market, pristine waterways, and fishing and golfing opportunities.