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By Margie Casey | Broker in Florida

Community Update for Briar's Creek Charleston

About a four iron away as the crow flies from Kiawah and Seabrook Island, this private golf community has caught our eye on John’s Island. The Briar's Creek golf course has won a number of awards for Top 100 Course, Best New Private Golf Course and 25 Best Places You Can Live on a golf course. Membership is strictly limited to preserve their motto of ‘no tee times needed’. This coastal community is intimate with only about 110 homes slated at projection completion. The lot sizes are larger than most averaging well over 2+ acres and many have lake views or views of the wildlife preserves.

Luxury home builder Steven Koenig is the real estate developer behind Briar’s Creek. This luxury home community achieved recognition as an Audubon Silver Sanctuary. Affluent home buyers who don’t want to live in the hustle bustle of a beach resort community can find privacy, seclusion and pure luxury at Briar’s Creek, about 16 miles from downtown Charleston. Property owners still have access to some of Kiawah Island’s resort conveniences. You will need a warm introduction to access this private gated community. Feel free to ask me to connect you. Write margie@realestatescorecard.com.

Keep in mind, if you’re considering a second or vacation home in Charleston, South Carolina charges an extra 50% for real estate taxes verses real estate taxes on a primary residence. If there’s a quality master planned community we’ve overlooked in Charleston, I hope you’ll let us know by leaving a comment.

Read our updates for Daniel Island, Wild Dunes Resort, Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island and three newly approved master planned communities in the Charleston area:


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