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Just Listed in Ansonborough Historic Charleston

Park and walk to all the best of living in Downtown Charleston’s Historic Ansonborough neighborhood.

Beautifully renovated and expertly maintained Charleston Single style home with kitchen house incorporated to create a fabulous space. The first floor has a Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Gourmet Eat-In Kitchen, Family Room, Office Space, Laundry and Full Bath. Second floor has 3 Bedrooms, Drawing Room and 2 Full Baths. 

 

Call Justin to schedule a showing at: 843.224.4422

View Full Listing Here

Additional features:

5 fireplaces, white marble baths, wide plank heart of pine floors and updates and renovations from top to bottom. Excellent off-street parking for 2-3 cars; private outdoor living space featuring fountain with fish, garden shed and lush low maintenance tropical plants.

Charleston Market finishes 2014 strong

Charleston Market finishes 2014 strong

Charleston Market finishes 2014 strong Home sales volume in the Lowcountry was up 9% in 2014 from the previous year, and the median price of homes in the area grew by nearly 5% in the same time period, according to data (.pdf) released Wednesday by the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors. The number of homes for sale, however, was 12% lower in 2014 than in 2013, the association said. Matt DeAntonio, the association’s president, called 2014 “another great year for Charleston real estate.” For more details: Charleston Regional Business Journal | Charleston, SC. 843.224.4422 JThomas@carriageprop.com JustinThomasRealestate.com

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Hot Properties – 30 Vendue Range

Hot Properties

30 Vendue Range Bryan Perrucci of Southeastern Management Group and Vic Brandt of Julian V. Brandt Inc. represented the buyer, Gardenia Investments LLC, in the purchase of a 3,734-square-foot building at 30 Vendue Range in Charleston from Newton Holdings LLC for $1.275 million.

Justin Thomas of Carriage Properties represented the seller.

 

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