Wadmalaw Island

Wadmalaw Island

A large plot of land drenched in lush greenery, Wadmalaw Island is only accessible from the mainland via a bridge over Church Creek. Adjacent to Johns Island and Seabrook Island, this tropical hideaway is the sanctuary of around 2,600 residents. Given its rural environment and expansive landscape, it's no surprise that Wadmalaw real estate options offer tons of privacy, tranquility, and room to spread out. For those looking to escape the frenzy of city life, this is just the place.

The town's recorded history goes back to 1670, when dozens of colonists came with hopes of farming the land. In the 20th century, the island garnered fame as a site for growing tea. In fact, the Charleston Tea Garden is still located here and is open for tours and tastings.

From hidden log cabins to generously appointed waterfront retreats, Sullivan Island homes for sale are made to impress. Most are turnkey properties, though homebuyers will find the occasional fixer-upper in the mix as well.

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