Poplar Grove Charleston | About Poplar Grove
This 6,000 acre gated low-country paradise is situated in Charleston’s Plantation District convenient to I-526 and downtown. With four exclusive neighborhoods: The Landing, The Preserve, The Pastures & The Plantations, you’re sure to find the perfect place to call home. From low maintenance cottages and luxury townhouses to custom architectural masterpieces, Poplar Grove offers a tranquil lifestyle without sacrificing Charleston’s convenience or charm. All residents enjoy a community dock, boathouse, boat landing, kayaking, fishing, crabbing, access to our state-of-the-art equestrian center with boarding opportunities, and miles of trails for walking, horseback riding and biking. Community Center with marsh observation deck, fitness facility and salt water pool. A nature lover’s paradise convenient to all that Charleston has to offer. Cottage homes from $375,000; Custom homes from the mid $500’s up to $2.5 million.
A Vision Worth Preserving.
Poplar Grove will leave you speechless. And it is our vision, our mission, and our determination to keep it that way. That calling has infused itself into our every effort at Poplar Grove. Our vision is to take this natural wonderland, these 6,000 acres of marshland, woods, canals, ponds, open waterways, nature trails, along with the thousands of flowers, plants, trees, birds, fish and animals that live here, and respect every leaf, every droplet of water, and every living, breathing thing.
This ecological masterpiece is a magnificent place to live. Our homes are filled with the luxuries of modern living, filled with the most desirable conveniences and appointments, yet designed in a manner that protects, preserves, and conserves the beauty of this land. Nature comes with no instruction manual. But the vision of Poplar Grove calls for careful land planning and responsible building with a bias toward ecologically friendly materials. If we remain true to our vision, one hundred years from now those who live here should see very much what we see today. This is a gem, an invaluable jewel of nature that demands, deserves, and expects protection.