The City of Charleston is one of the most beautiful cities in America and is home to one of the largest collections of colonial era homes. The historic district, includes the neighborhoods South of Broad, the French Quarter, Ansonborough, Harleston Village, Wraggborough, Hampton Park, North Central and Wagener Terrace. Neighborhood restaurants offer every genre of food and libations imaginable. Locally owned shops as well as nationally known brand name stores line King Street. Galleries and antique shops allow for hours of wandering of the beaten path. And you won’t want to miss the Saturday morning farmer’s market at Marion Square, Venture east over the Cooper River Bridge and you will find the bedroom communities of Mount Pleasant. Fantastic schools, gastro pubs and scenic drives compliment a very convenient location for those who want to live close to the city, but crave for a backyard or white picket fence. Notable close-in neighborhoods such as The Groves, I’On, Olde Park, Shellpoint and the Old Village represent a small fraction of what is available.

Drive a little farther and you will find larger neighborhoods with amenities including pools, golf courses, tennis courts, playgrounds, grocery stores, schools etc. From Daniel Island to Snee Farm, Brickyard Plantation to Dunes West, and Park West to Rivertowne Country Club, options abound.

Head west over the Ashley River bridges and you will find West of the Ashley, James Island and Johns Island. These areas have charming neighborhoods that are close to shopping and eclectic dining. Neighborhoods of note include The Crescent, County Club, South Windermere, Wappoo Heights, Byrnes Down, Moreland, Oak Forest, Avondale, Sandhurst, Old Towne Acres and Northbridge Terrace. From here you can stroll the West Ashley Greenway, visit Charlestowne Landing, take a scenic drive through Johns Island or head to one of the area beaches, all a stones throw away.

Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palms, Wild Dunes, Folly, Kiawah, Seabrook, and Edisto Beaches represent the areas beautiful beaches. With very few hotels and unspoiled by large commercial development, these beaches and marshes are home to nesting sites for Loggerhead sea turtles and numerous shore/wading birds. And extensive measures have been taken to ensure that this rich marine habitat is hear for future generations to enjoy.

The quality of life here is not to be missed. But don’t take my word for it; Charleston is something you must experience for yourself. Let me help you explore all the area has to offer. I’m here to assist you in making a wise real estate decision. And regardless of what brings you here, we’ll work together to be certain Charleston feels like home.