“I love this place!” exclaims Angie Johnson as she describes Daniel Island. “Our community has so much to offer – the proximity to downtown Charleston, the beaches and even the airport – all were part of our decision to relocate here.”
Angie and her husband Chad moved to Daniel Island from their hometown of Spartanburg, S.C. in 2001. Happily, once two of their three children were born, her parents decided they, too, would make Daniel Island their home and moved here from San Antonio, TX. Soon afterward, Chad’s parents followed in their footsteps and also moved to Daniel Island from Spartanburg, SC. Angie is certain that all the grandparents will have their fill of “spoiling” the grandsons!
“Daniel Island is a wonderful place to raise a family,” says Angie. “Our boys love it here, and their imaginations thrive.” A favorite family outing is to the lake at Smythe Park, where they cook-out on the small island in the lake. “The boys call it “Adventure Island,” and are constantly coming home with pockets full of leaves, acorns, sticks and feathers. They also love hiding their treasures on the island and seeing if they are still there when we return.”
In addition to balancing her family and her career with Daniel Island Real Estate, Angie is a member of the City of Charleston Planning Commission. This nine-member citizen advisory group is appointed by the Mayor to provide feedback to the City Council on planning-related issues. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors (where she is the Vice President of Governmental Affairs), and the Board of Directors for the SC Association of Realtors.
Angie has been recognized as one of the top 1% of REALTORS in Charleston for several consecutive years and has also received the prestigious PRISM award from the Charleston Trident Homebuilder’s Association for Salesperson of the Year. According to MLS statistics, Johnson has closed over 300 properties resulting in more than $180 million in sales on Daniel Island since she began her real estate career with Daniel Island Real Estate in 2003.