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2130 Boatwright Rd

2130 Boatwright Rd (Sold)

$2,545,750

  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Bath
  • 3,838 Heated Sqft
  • Lot: 0.28 Acres
Site ID #a0E8W00000VYt9eUAD
More Details
  • Property Type: Single Family Home
  • Property View: Great Oak Basin
  • Builder: Holy City
  • Floor Plan: Boxwood

Neighborhood Highlights

Every facet of Kiawah River is meticulously designed to align with the great outdoors—where your spirit finds serenity, your body renews its vigor, and your mind discovers tranquility. Explore the array of resort-style amenities.

Spring House

9,000-square-foot amenity and fitness center with a junior Olympic-sized family pool and an adult pool, a hot tub, outdoor fireplace with lounge seating and a lower deck overlooking the Kiawah River while the second and third levels include men’s and women’s locker rooms with saunas and steam rooms.

Sports Park

Six acres allocated to foster community unity and fun through a diverse range of activities. One hard-surface tennis court and six pickleball courts, a multipurpose athletic field, specially designed Richter Spielgeräte children’s playground, and two enclosed dog parks all at the heart of Kiawah River.

Kiawah River Farms

Welcome to Charleston’s first agrihood… a neighborhood that fosters farm-to-table living in a cooperative environment. Kiawah River Farm is a working farm partnership with local Johns Island farmers complete with goats, beef cattle, chickens, bees, heirloom produce and flower fields.

Residents of Kiawah River are eligible to participate in Kiawah River Farm’s Community Shared Agriculture (CSA) program. The CSA offers a subscription to receive weekly deliveries from the harvests of our community farmers.

The Goatery & Creamery

Step into a world of delightful interaction with our animal friends at the Goatery. Prepare to be greeted with affection by a lively group of goats and witness the collaboration of co-owners Danny Sillivant and Missy Farkouh in nurturing a thriving, humane farm. Immerse yourself in their story as you take a tour, consider joining a goat yoga class, or explore the Creamery’s tempting offerings. Visit the Goatery’s website for more information or booking.

Nature Parks, Trails & Community Gardens

Nature drives everything. Wander through decades of land stewardship and meticulous planning guided by our 20-mile network of nature trails connecting our dedicated parks. These parks, nestled along winding paths and adorned with cozy benches, reveal their own blend of tangible and intangible treasures.

Explore Oak Park’s inviting outdoor dining space, complete with grills and a cozy fireplace. Wander through Jack Island Park, where benches await along winding nature trails encircling Jack Island Lake. Stroll the serene pathways of Old Friends Park, offering tranquil nature trails along the saltwater marsh. At Sea Island Park, savor the outdoors with a grilling and dining area, plus a community kayak launch. These shared greenspaces and intertwining trails, nestled amidst palmetto and oak tree vistas, are a cherished gift for all who call Kiawah River home.

The Landing Riverfront Pier & Boat Launch

Spend your days making new memories along your new home’s waterways at The Landing, home to the community dock and boat ramp. Sitting directly on the Kiawah River, residents can launch their boat from the ramp, or throw a line in the water from the dock. The Landing is another community gathering space that makes a family fishing trip, waterfront fun, or a relaxing sunset cruise easy.

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