To the west of James Island is Johns Island, the largest island in SC. Originally a farming community, the island’s history dates back centuries as the site of several prominent plantations, producing much of the area’s rice, indigo, and cotton exports. Farming still exists today, and with the rise in popularity of local fruits, meats, and vegetables the island has experienced a rebirth in this historic function. The island’s close proximity to Downtown Charleston and beautiful scenic property make it a prime location. It is separated from the mainland by the tidal Stono River, which forms part of the Intracoastal Waterway.
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Specializes in: Beach Properties, Second-Home Buyers
With a background in advertising, marketing and publishing, both in the medical (cardiology and radiology) and sports (golf) industries, Bob Nitkewicz brings a unique perspective to each of his clients. Whether helping a client buy or sell a property, Bob’s business expertise blends perfectly with his honesty and dedication to meeting the needs of his clients. Known for his conscientious work ethic and jovial personality, Bob specializes in helping clients find their second home, investment property, or primary residence.
As the prior owner of Golf Publishing Enterprises, Inc, Bob is particularly knowledgeable about the Kiawah and Seabrook Island golf communities and the amenities they offer. In fact, it was after he visited the Kiawah and Charleston areas for the 1991 Ryder Cup, that he decided to move to the Charleston area in 2004. Bob now lives on Johns Island and specializes in waterfront properties and resort communities. He has worked primarily on Kiawah, Seabrook, and Johns Island since 2007, but he handles client referrals throughout the Charleston area.
Bob is an active member of his Church community, volunteers his time to a number of local causes, and he is an avid supporter of the Charleston area’s animal rescue operations.
He is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Bobby Jones Chiari & Syringomyelia Foundation (BJCSF), a non-profit organization whose goal is to raise awareness and help researchers find a cure for Chiari malformation (CM), syringomyelia (SM) and related disorders of the central nervous system. Chiari malformation effects more than 3 million people in the United States. Syringomyelia is the neurological disorder that shortened the competitive playing career of golf legend, Bobby Jones.
In his spare time, Bob also enjoys playing golf, spending time outdoors with his three rescue hounds (Mazie, Loretta and Perdy), treasures his all-too-infrequent travel opportunities, and loves to experience many different cuisines.
Johns Island Office
Address: 1887 Andell Bluff Boulevard
Johns Island, SC 29455