Raised in New York City and later Spartanburg, South Carolina, Angie Johnson married her high school sweetheart and moved to Daniel Island in 2001—and it couldn’t have been a better decision. Since relocating, they have had three children and have welcomed both sets of grandparents to the area.
“I love this place!” exclaims Angie as she describes Daniel Island. “Our community has so much to offer – the quick trips to downtown Charleston, the beaches and even the close proximity to the airport – all were part of our decision to relocate here. It’s great being able to ride our bikes to restaurants and shopping and it’s really a fabulous place to raise our family.” Lean about Angie’s journey to Daniel Island here.
Angie graduated from Clemson University and continued her graduate studies at the University of South Carolina. However, she is a Clemson Tiger through and through and doesn’t acknowledge her USC connection when it comes to athletics! As a former educator (both in the classroom and as an administrator with the South Carolina State Department of Education), Angie brings a unique perspective to her real estate career.
A veteran of sales on Daniel Island since 2003, Angie has consistently been a top-selling agent. In addition to balancing her family and career selling real estate on Daniel Island, she is a member of the City of Charleston Planning Commission. This nine-member citizen advisory group is appointed by the Mayor to provide feedback to the City Council on planning related issues. She also serves as Vice President of Finance for the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors, the Chamber of Commerce Economic Outlook Board and the Board of Directors for the SC Association of REALTORS®.
Angie is married to REALTOR® Chad Johnson. In their 25+ years of combined experience, the pair has closed over 300 million dollars in sales thanks to their tenacity, hard work and band of remarkably loyal clientele.
When Angie is not with clients, she enjoys relaxing at the pool with her family and cheering on her boys while they play baseball, golf, and run cross country. Angie is also active in her church where she serves in both children’s and worship ministries. When they’re not soaking up the sun in Charleston, the Johnsons are spending time at their family’s mountain home in Highlands, NC or at Palmetto Bluff, their favorite vacation destination.