Januarys Significant Sale For DRSIR

Dated: 01/26/2017

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2731 Jenkins Point Road


Last week, two sales executive on our team closed 2731 Jenkins Point Road for $3,275,000. This magnificent property is situated on a 1 acre lot and has a dock leading to the Bohicket River, a stunning custom design open floor plan, and whimsical screened in porches ideal for island living. Seabrook Island is a private gated island near Kiawah and Johns Island. Seabrook features a top rate tennis facility, two championship golf courses and a full service equestrian center.

Only three homes have ever traded for more than 2731 Jenkins Point Road: 3067 Marsh Gate Drive – $4,500,000 in 2007; 3732 Seabrook Island Road – $3,900,000 in 2006; and 1156 Ocean Forest Lane – $3,800,000 in 2004.

Congratulations to our wonderful agents, Lenora White and David Crump, who represented the sellers of 2732 Jenkins Point Road.

If a home on Seabrook Island, or anywhere else in the Charleston area, piques your interest, give us a call today to see how the Sotheby’s International Realty brand and our intimate local knowledge can benefit you.

Daniel Ravenel

Daniel Ravenel Jr. is the son of founder and Broker-in-Charge, Dan Ravenel. Daniel was born and raised in downtown Charleston, watching his father thrive in the early nineties as the area experienced....

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