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Johns Island home on Bohicket Creek sells for $5.5M

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Johns Island home sold for $5.5 million

3,771 square feet of waterfront House On Johns Island, it recently sold for $5.5 million. This price is believed to have been surpassed on the island in recent years only by his $9.75 million sale of Fenwick Hall Plantation in 2018.

The 3072 Boheckett Road home was sold to Travis W. May on August 3, according to Charleston County land records. Previous owners were Olga Page and her husband Bruce F. Stemmerman.



of two storey house It sits on 13 acres with 550 feet of virgin oak along Boheckett Road. The property includes a modern farmhouse-style main residence with a separate 8-car garage and upstairs apartment. The main house has up to 4 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths. The 1,446-square-foot guest apartment has two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

The property is surrounded by woods on both sides for privacy. A boardwalk leads to a 20×20 covered pier head and his 10×30 floating dock in deep water.







3072 Bohickett Road kitchen and living room

The living room and kitchen of the house at 3072 Boheckett Street, Johns Island are shown. This mansion recently sold for $5.5 million. Keen Eye Marketing/Provided by


Page, one of the founders of Maison Real Estate in Charleston, transactionAn avid equestrian, Page purchased a horse farm near Aiken and plans to live between Aiken and Charleston.









119 Broad Street

The historic former Catholic parish mansion at 119 Broad Street was sold in 2018 and has been renovated by Darius Rucker, a Charleston native and country music star who rose to fame as the lead singer of Hootie & the Blowfish.Grace Beam Alford/Staff


Broad’s South Neighbors Upset by Darius Rucker’s Pool House Plans

of Historic mansion at 119 Broad Street It was sold in 2018 and renovated by Charleston native Darius Rucker, the country music star who rose to fame as the lead singer of Hootie and the Blowfish.

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22,000: square feet new home goods store It opened August 18 at the developing Cedar Grove Shopping Center on Dorchester Road in North Charleston.

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property of the week

+ Working: of Site of Richard’s Dive Bar A petrol station and retail store are planned for development at Mount Pleasant.

+ Sold: North Charleston Bakery Change owner for $4.25 million.

+ Recycle: a Church building in downtown Charleston The building, which once historically housed a black congregation, will be converted into a cycling studio.

Charleston mansion owned by Declaration of Independence signer sells for $7.2 million







Governor's House Inn

The Governor’s House Inn at 117 Broad Street in Charleston was the home of “Founding Father” Edward Rutledge, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. It recently sold for $7.2 million.Handsome property / offer


of Governor’s House Inn This building on Broad Street in downtown Charleston was once owned by the signers of the Declaration of Independence. It recently changed owners for $7.2 million.

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