The Preserve neighborhood is comprised of several hundred acres of forests, wetlands, and green and golden marsh savannahs. There are nature trails that wind throughout this part of the island, and it is teeming with a variety of wildlife. One can store a kayak or canoe at the community boathouse, or choose a property that has its own private dock. If communing with nature is a goal, then this may be the community of choice.
Meet an Expert on Kiawah Island:
Specializes in: Beach Properties, Resort Communities
A native of Ohio, Jane Lowe attended Kent State University as a music major and soon after relocated to Southern California where she spent the next 24 years enjoying sailing, traveling and working for a family agency as a commercial CSR. To assist with family, Jane returned to Ohio in 1995, where she reconnected with friends. Through those friendships she discovered Kiawah and Seabrook Islands were she soon relocated and currently resides. Her real estate career began as a receptionist where she was then inspired to obtain her license and sell real estate to Kiawah, Seabrook, and Johns Islands. She has actively been selling on the islands for over 20 years.
Jane is a Lay Eucharistic Minister in the Anglican Church and is a certified Pilates instructor. In her spare time she enjoys volunteer work at the church, walking her dog on the beach, biking, hitting golf balls, and enjoying friends.
Kiawah Island Office
Address: 1887 Andell Bluff Boulevard
Johns Island, SC 29455