Draped in southern elegance, this one-of-a-kind property, in the highly sought ofter gated community of Briar's Creek, features a magnificent live oak canopy to drive under, including a sprawling 80 inch ancient live oak. The 1.92 acre homesite is on the Briars' Creek lakefront, with a south west view right down the lake. Here, you will enjoy afternoon ocean breezes blowing up the lake to this beautiful homesite. Lakefront property owners can have a dock and enjoy fishing the stocked lake, paddling or even boating with an electric motor. The quiet pace of the neighborhood allows easy access to the walking trail along the lake where you may see wild turkey, deer or some of the many species of rare birds, including wood stork, pink ibis and bald eagles.
Briar's Creek is also home to the renown Golf Club at Briar's Creek, arguably Charleston's most recognized private golf course. Rated the Best New Private Course in America (Golf Digest, 2003), America's Top 100 Golf Courses (Golf Digest), #11 of the Best Golf Course Communities to Live In, the Rees Jones Championship layout recently underwent an extensive updating by its architect. The Club's owners have invested considerable money in new turf, bunkers, short game areas and several cottages for members and guests to stay in. Property owners are not required to join the club but most enjoy at least a Community Social Membership so they may enjoy the high caliber hospitality and social programming the club offers.
Briar's Creek is an 800 nature sanctuary with portions of the land awarded the Audubon International Silver Signature Sanctuary Designation (the first in the state of South Carolina). This unique development provides property owners with estate sized homesites to enjoy privacy and the natural beauty of the lagoons, marshes and wetlands, and golfs enjoy a course with virtually no homes along the fairways and greens. In short, it is a most special place.
Location is another key to Briars Creek success - Just 10 minutes to the public beach access at Kiawah Island, shopping and dining at Freshfields Village and other fabulous Johns Island restaurants, and 18 miles to downtown Charleston. Just up the road is the new Kiawah River development where Briars Creek owners will be offered a sports membership opportunity in their soon to be completed amenities. It really doesn't get any better! Akers Ellis