December 2017

There are 3 blog entries for December 2017.

Start your New Year's Eve off right in the Holy City! Whether you are a local looking for a night on the town, or a visitor looking for inspiration, these three events will help you celebrate 2018 in classic low country style.

1. Masquerade at the Mansion Ball 

Held downtown at the Restoration Hotel, the Mansion Ball combines mystery and fun in the form of a roaring 20's themed masquerade celebration. There are multiple live acts of music slated to perform, including Charleston's master violinist Seth G., and DJ Brandie Cannady. Prepare for a top-shelf open bar to come with cost of ticket, as well as light finger foods. And if it's a chilly evening, don't fret - coat check is available. You can purchase tickets for the Mansion Ball here.


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Looking for history, beauty, and proximity to action in your next international purchase? The Centre region of France, once called the “Land of Kings”, is a great place to start your search. This region boasts over 300 chateaux, vineyards, abbeys, cave dwellings and lavish gardens. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Centre regions is one of the most prestigious and visited locations in all of the Loire Valley. In present day, wine fans would be delighted to find some of the most equisite French wines being produced in Centre, including famed sparkling wines Vouvray and Tourraine.

With a few stunning chateaux for sale, this region is an investment worth considering.

In the winter season, there is an added bonus to the Centre region, as it is

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Introducing 19 Gadsden Street, located in the heart of the desirable Harleston Village neighborhood of downtown Charleston. Considered notable to the city, the Thomas Hamlin House (c. 1828) is an antebellum home built in the Greek Revival style.

Fully renovated, this home features modern appliances and comforts, while still retaining its classic southern style and charm. Decorated by interior designer Athalie Derse, and landscaped by Glen Gardner, this home warmly welcomes all those who enter through its expansive white porch.

A statement residence, this property is significant to the architectural history of downtown Charleston. This house was the first residence built on Gadsden above Wentworth Street, and is thought to have been originally

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