Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake Moultrie Real Estate Agent

Kristie Anderson

Lake Homes Realty

(803) 489-8807

Born and raised here at Lake Marion. Now enjoying sharing this great area with my loving husband and 2 wonderful children. We are active in and around the lake with family and friends during the year. We enjoy boating, kayaking, biking and many more activities as I hope you will do the same. I am here to help you find the Home of your Dreams here on the Lake and when it's time to move on help you sell.


I am very dedicated to my clients and will walk you through every step of the buying and selling process.


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Life is a Little Sweeter Waking Up at the Lake!

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About Lake Moultrie

Lake Marion's Little Sister

Along with its big sister, Lake Marion, Lake Moultrie makes up the Santee Cooper Lakes, as the project that created them impounded a portion of the Santee River to form Lake Marion and a portion of the Cooper River to form Lake Moultrie.


The result not only provided hydroelectric power for the area but also created a water route from Columbia to Charleston.


Although often overshadowed by Lake Marion, by far the state's largest, Lake Moultrie is impressive in its own right, covering more than 60,000 acres, the third-largest lake in South Carolina, with about 135 miles of shoreline in Berkeley County.


The lake was named for Revolutionary War General William Moultrie.

Only Minutes from Charleston

Only 31 miles north of Charleston are the vast open waters and swampy inlets of Lake Moultrie, world-class fishing and unspoiled waterways and woodlands only minutes from the state's largest city.


A unique aspect of Lake Moultrie is its accessibility to both its companion lake and the Cooper River, giving boaters a water route from the lake to Charleston.

Exceptional Fishing and Wildlife Habitats

As well as for its championship-size striped bass, Lake Moultrie is known for its catfish, and both world-record channel catfish and Arkansas blue catfish were pulled from the lake, along with state-record largemouth bass, black crappie, shellcracker bream, warmouth, flathead and white perch.


Much like Lake Marion, Lake Moultrie offers anglers a variety of fishing habitats, from shallow swamps and cypress-shaded ponds to open water, 14 miles wide at one point.


While Lake Moultrie's open water stretches are rarely deeper than 50 feet, the lake is not as shallow overall, with a mean depth of 20 feet.


Hikers are known to encounter deer, wild turkey, hawks, doves and the occasional alligator.


The east bank of Lake Moultrie borders the Francis Marion National Forest, 250,000 acres including trails for hiking, mountain biking, motorcycling, and horseback riding, as well as home to almost 300 species of birds.

Great Recreation and Lake Property

Lake Moultrie is a favorite not only for boating, swimming, water skiing, canoeing and kayaking, but also the lake connects with the 175 miles of paddling trails of the Berkeley County Blueways.


Hiking enthusiasts can enjoy the Lake Moultrie Passage, a 33-mile section of the state's Palmetto Trail, which hugs the lakeshore.


The lake offers lakeside cabins along with full-service hookups for recreational vehicles.


Lake management has pledged to limit shoreline development to 30 percent, creating some of the state's most beautiful wildlife habitats alongside some of the most stunning lake property available.