December 2015

There are 4 blog entries for December 2015.

Deciding how to spend New Year's Eve tends to happen at the last minute for many of us, having just wrapped up another busy work year. Luckily, Charleston SC has enough options to allow even the procrastinators some variety when it comes to ringing in the New Year. Take a look at some of these great options below (and as I'm writing this, it's still not too late to buy tickets!)

1. Bay Street Biergarten's Masquerade New Year's Eve Party

Enjoy all that the Biergarten usually has to offer, including enough craft beer selections to make the most savvy of beer enthusiasts happy, and much more. An entry ticket into this party includes music by DJ Precise, drink tickets for premium liquors and draft biers, passed hors d'oeuvres, a masquerade mask

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Experience this fabulous property by land or by sea. 1480 Wando View Street sits elegantly on the Wando River on the beautiful Daniel Island. Located a mere 20 minutes from the heart of downtown Charleston, this property has it all. 


Comparable properties in the Charleston region are difficult to find. The number of custom finishes that this home offers is truly a rarity. The beautiful gourmet kitchen features a nine burner Lacanche French stove as well as marble slab countertops, backsplash and island. Just next to the kitchen is the butler's pantry and china placard, offering a fantastic preparation area away from the main living space. The home's custom carpentry consists of lovely shiplap paneling along the walls as well as built in

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Located on State Street just a stone’s throw from Broad and East Bay Streets, you’ll find the three-story rectangular stuccoed masonry structure known as 10 State Street. Its aesthetic appeal will likely be the first thing you’ll notice, but do a bit of research and you’ll come to find its history offers so much more than the eye can see.

Constructed in approximately 1794, 10 State Street lies within the original walled city of Charles Town, which was a 17th century fortress built around sixty-two acres of high ground on the otherwise marsh-riddled peninsula. The idea behind the wall was to protect the inhabitants of the new English colony against potential naval assaults by French and Spanish forces.

10 State Street is a contributing structure

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Each year around the holiday season, Handsome Properties chooses a local charity for which we collect donations. This year, we have chosen to support My Sister’s House – a local non-profit organization providing services, programs and resources to empower domestic violence victims and their children. The organization provides an emergency, temporary shelter for women and children who are fleeing abusive situations in Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester counties. 

The Handsome Properties team along with the local community will work hard to provide the organization with a variety of needs, from pajamas to pillows and batteries, along with any monetary donations, before the holiday season is over. Please consider working with us to help ensure these

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