March 2017

There are 4 blog entries for March 2017.

Charleston, SC added two beautiful new condos to its inventory of residential Downtown property for sale. 241 East Bay Street sits on the quaint corner of Guignard and East Bay Streets, just one block away from Charleston’s historic Market Street. Both units are currently available for sale, unit 200 for $1,995,000 and unit 300 for $1,495,000. The building also has commercial space on the ground floor, which is for sale for $1,395,000.

The high-end quality of the materials is apparent upon entering either of the two residential units. Oak floors throughout combined with upscale cabinetry and countertops give these condominiums an upscale flare. Each unit comes with two parking spaces, and plans have been approved for an attached garage and rooftop

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Spring has sprung and the ultimate gardeners event is almost here! The Charleston Horticultural Society is holding their annual event, Plantasia on April 7th and 8th at the beautiful Old Towne Creek County Park. Due to the unparalleled landscape and scenery in Charleston, the CHS seeks to inspire and showcase Lowcountry horticulture. A membership includes; free attendance to monthly lectures, seasonal educational workshops, garden tours and much more.

One of CHS’s most anticipated events is Plantasia. Vendors from all over come to sell their unique flowers, plants and gardening accessories. Local farmers will also be in attendance to sell their fresh produce. Every vendor and garden expert will be there to answer any questions you may have and offer

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This past year, Charleston was voted the number one city in the world by Travel and Leisure. There are countless reasons Charleston won the hearts of so many travelers, however two of those reasons are the unbeatable scenery and unique architecture.

18 Broad Street, Penthouse 801, offers the characteristics of Charleston that everyone desires: unparalleled views of the city and amazing design. This property encompasses the top two floors of The People’s Building, the only skyscraper in Charleston. The Penthouse has an amazing private roof top terrace of 3,169 sq. ft. Sheila Wertimer designed the lush landscaped plantings, dining and seating areas with outdoor shower.

 Not only is the outside view unbelievable, the interior design is absolute

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My love of history, architecture and historic properties has led me to volunteer for years during the Festival of Houses and Garden Tours. This is the largest fund raiser each year held by the Historic Charleston Foundation. The annual Festival of Houses and Gardens tour enables the public to view some of the most amazing historic homes and gardens in Charleston. 

For many years I have volunteered as a Docent during the tours. It is something I truly love and look forward to each year. Working as a Realtor in Historic Charleston I am in these homes often. But sharing the history of these homes with others is enjoyable and fun. Not to mention that through my volunteer efforts I have met some amazing friends and have established some

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