Saint James Estates (in Berkeley County, SC) Populated Place Profile


Saint James Estates (GNIS FID: 1234610) is a populated place located in Berkeley County at latitude 32.96 and longitude -80.014.

The elevation of Saint James Estates is 26 feet. Saint James Estates appears on the Ladson U.S. Geological Survey Map. Berkeley County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Goose Creek, SC (1.9 miles NW)
Hanahan, SC (3.1 miles S)
Ladson, SC (5.8 miles WNW)
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North Charleston, SC (7.6 miles SSE)
North Charleston, SC (7.6 miles SSE)
Sangaree, SC (8.4 miles NW)
Lincolnville, SC (8.9 miles WNW)
Summerville, SC (10.2 miles WNW)
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Harbour Lake, SC (< 0.1 mile)
Poppenheim Crossing, SC (< 0.1 mile)
Sedgefield, SC (1.4 miles N)
Ararat, SC (1.4 miles NNE)
Willowbrook, SC (1.9 miles NNE)
The Oaks, SC (1.9 miles NW)
Menriv Park, SC (1.9 miles ENE)
Goose Creek Heights, SC (1.9 miles NW)
Otranto, SC (1.9 miles W)
Maple Ridge, SC (2.4 miles NNW)

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