The McKinley Washington Bridge completed in the early 90's, marks a grand entrance to this subtle but peaceful haven that hosts tons of historical color. Often separated into island and beach sections the radiant sunsets never fail to be breathtaking regardless of the viewing platform. The images below represent five private subdivisions marked by homes of all shapes and sizes, elements of individuality and enhanced by a low country flare. Nature and wildlife explode in these enchanting areas capturing the rare qualites of Edisto!
THE BEACH! From vintage homes to gracious oceanfront beauties, owning property on Edisto Beach feels like investing in your own private island with the most amazing artistic and creative scenery to breath in!
Jeanine was born and raised in the Lowcountry & started her real estate career in 2005. She is a multi-million dollar sales producer for residential and vacant property of all sizes. Jeanine's volunteer work within the community provides experience and superior knowledge of Edisto's local markets and makes her a single point of contact for all of your home buying needs. She believes in helping people and is a member of the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors, was member of the Edisto Beach Volunteer Fire Department for over 7 years, was the American Red Cross coordinator for blood drives for over 5 years, Charleston Southern University Board of Visitors, and was the first woman to hold office as Commodore at the Edisto Island Yacht Club. When Jeanine is not working with real estate clients to find their next dream home on Edisto, she is with family and friends enjoying outdoor activities such as crabbing, boating, and finding sharks teeth on the beach.