Welcome to Wadmalaw Island, the back porch of Charleston! 2285 Leadenwah Drive is the quintessential 20-acre lowcountry property. This 4,200 square foot home has 5 large bedrooms, open concept living with vaulted ceiling in the main living room, a 24 foot fireplace, formal dining room, and plenty of storage space. With some of the most scenic horse farms in the state, Wadmalaw is an equestrian's dream! The property features a barn with 2-stalls, a double irrigation system, 15 acres of cleared land, and 14 matured grand oaks. Whether you are an avid horseback rider, farmer/outdoorsmen, or just looking for a change of pace, Wadmalaw is truly a special place to live! The home is just 30 minutes from downtown Charleston by way of Maybank highway, with island roads and scenic byways. Cherry Point Boat Landing is a few short minutes from the house, so you can have your boat on Bohicket Creek in minutes, enjoying Lowcountry life at its finest on the water. The 2-story brick home has an attached 3-car garage; one taller than the others for an RV/camper, a screened in back porch, and private deck off the master bedroom. There is a built-in pest control system, gorgeous granite fireplace, and quartz countertops. There is an upstairs laundry room and 4 of the 5 total bedrooms are upstairs as well. A 4-zone HVAC system, and formal dining and sitting area are among the features of this home. The only tea grown in America is just around the corner at the Charleston Tea Plantation, and the official tea of the white-house since 1987. Stop for lunch and local produce at "The Tomato Shed", by Ambrose Family Farm. Just down the road, nestled among live oaks, you have Charleston's only domestic winery, a 48-acre Vineyard called Deep Water. Just over a few bridges is Kiawah Island where you have Fresh Fields village with more than 30 shops and multiple restaurants, it's worth the trip or day trip for some golf and R+R. The beach is just a short drive away, with a few to pick from; Seabrook happens to be the favorite for locals. The island itself is 10 miles long by 6 miles wide with conservation easements and restrictive zoning to protect the island's water quality, open space, and wildlife habitat. With no major hotels, stop lights or commercial operations, Wadmalaw is unpopulated, quiet, and authentic - a rural dream with oak canopied island roads and no light or noise pollution. Come visit Charleston's back porch, 2285 Leadenwah Drive!