Jane Stoney Cook
A native Charlestonian, Jane Stoney Cook grew up on historic Tradd Street and spent summers at Sullivans Island and Wadmalaw. She attended Charleston Day School and Ashley Hall in her youth before leaving for college. Her sphere of influence in Charleston is wide. She has lived in Mount Pleasant for 25 years, and brings a wealth of knowledge in all areas of Charleston real estate.
Her background includes private school administration, work with the Historic Charleston Foundation, and she works full time in the real estate sales arena. Jane has a strong sense of community and deeply values the trust of her clients and colleagues.
She is dedicated to delivering the highest level of expertise and care in dealing with any real estate transaction. A true lover of boating and enjoying the outdoors,
Jane is passionate about the Lowcountry and brings this passion to her business every day. She enjoys running, Rockville and other areas in the Lowcountry, and is an active member of both the French Huguenot Church and Strawberry Chapel.
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FAVORITE STREET IN CHARLESTON Tradd Street will always be my favorite because it is where I grew up. You can stand in the middle of the street and see that it runs from the Ashley River to the Cooper River.
FAVORITE RESTAURANT IN CHARLESTON We always try to keep up with the latest restaurant but always circle back to Fulton Five. The food is great and the atmosphere is terrific.
FAVORITE ACTIVITY OUTSIDE OF WORK Spending time on the creek on Wadmalaw Island with friends and family is the spot.
FAVORITE LOCAL PRODUCT I have a lady who makes sweetgrass baskets for me to give as presents. She is so talented and I cherish our relationship.
FAVORITE ANNUAL EVENT That would have to be The Run for Adela which is a 5k on the beach at Sullivan's Island and the after party!
MUST-SEE SPOT IN CHARLESTON Early morning at Station 16 on Sullivan's and catching a container ship leaving the harbor
PRAISE FOR JANE
"Jane is excellent, professional, and the nicest one could ever meet." --Michael Biasello