Dewees Island Real Estate
Dewees Island is a private island that is only accessible by private ferry or boat, and cars are not allowed on the island. The beautiful ferry ride through the Intracoastal Waterway is a quick 15 minutes from the Isle of Palms Marina.
This serene community was designed to be environmentally friendly and includes a lively habitat of alligators, fish, turtles, birds and other animals.
There are two main buildings on Dewees, The Huyler House and The Landings Building. Huyler House features various amenities for the community such as a swimming pool, tennis courts, and a fitness center. The Landings Buildings is home to the island’s post office along with a gift shop, nature center, and environmental program center.
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Department:Dewees Island,Isle of Palms
Specializes in: Real Estate Investments, Relocation
Working with investors to pinpoint value-add investment deals is one of Tourine Johnstone's favorite things. She attends property auctions, researches on and off-market deals, and negotiates offers for investors. She can also be found working in the real estate market around the Charleston communities, such as Mount Pleasant, West Ashley, Isle of Palms, and Dewees Island.
She was raised in Northern California and raised her own family in Reno, NV. In 2021 she orchestrated a move cross-country, bringing her real estate business to Charleston, SC. The magnetic charm of Downtown Charleston, the allure of coastal living, and the unique character of the different neighboring communities captivated her, sparking a decision to relocate. Her “non-negotiables” when looking at homes included access to excellent schools and sports programs for my children, a community to embrace our family, and living close to amenities.
Living in Charleston is Tourine's absolute favorite. Her business is an opportunity to explore the surrounding neighborhoods and amenities that make living here so unique. Her clients are a unique opportunity to connect and learn about others. Spending time outdoors, cheering on her kids at their soccer games and cheerleading competitions, or enjoying beach time with her family and two dogs consumes her free time. Not to mention, watching the sunsets from the Isle of Palms is truly a gift that nature keeps on giving!