A South Carolina native, Sarah grew up in the state's capitol of Columbia where she attended Hammond School. Her love of art, architecture, fashion design and culture led her to the University of South Carolina. At USC Sarah majored in Fashion Merchandising and Design and had the opportunity to study abroad in Florence, Italy. Her education continued while working under Vera Wang in NYC with the public relations department. A dream come true; working with and learning from such a dynamite business woman! In 2009 Sarah settled in Charleston, SC with the support from her 3 brothers who are avid outdoorsmen.
Since returning to Charleston, Sarah has worked in management for Cynthia Rowley out of NY, started a private home decorating business and worked in property management on Kiawah Island. Her love of styling and home decor led her to her career in real estate. Sarah loves assisting her clients in finding the perfect home for their style and enjoys using her design talents to stage her listings. As a REALTOR, Sarah is dedicated, detail oriented, creative and conscientious. She currently lives in Mount Pleasant with her husband, David Francis Marion and their two young children. Sarah loves all that Charleston has to offer her family with the Southern hospitality. From boating the waterways and fishing to the theatre, art walks, shopping on King Street and exploring the constantly evolving culinary options Sarah's living her best life in Charleston!
Sarah believes in "grow where you are planted" (or replanted)! So she volunteers to raise awareness and funds for LLS: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Impact 360. In addition to volunteering at events for her children's school.
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FAVORITE STREET IN CHARLESTON Station 18 on Sullivan's Island
FAVORITE RESTAURANT IN CHARLESTON Xiao Bao Biscuit
FAVORITE ACTIVITY OUTSIDE OF WORK Boating with family and friends or styling local photo shoots
FAVORITE LOCAL PRODUCT The sweetgrass baskets
FAVORITE ANNUAL EVENT SEWE, Southeastern Wildlife Expo
MUST-SEE SPOT IN CHARLESTON The view of the Harbor, Arthur Ravenel Bridge and Patriots Point at night from the water