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Monthly Archives: March 2013

    2651 Ion Ave – FEATURED LISTING

    By mollyglover | March 29, 2013

    2651 Ion Ave is the quintessential Sullivans Island beach cottage. With three bedrooms, two and half baths and over 2,000 square feet of space, it is the perfect size home for full time residents or those looking for a vacation home. The open floor plan has plenty of space for gathering with friends and family.... Read More

    506 Pitt Street – FEATURED LISTING

    By mollyglover | March 28, 2013

    The Historic Old Village of Mt. Pleasant is one of the Lowcountry’s best kept secrets. In this one of a kind neighborhood, our residents enjoy bike riding to the beach, walking to the many close shops and restaurants, attending popular attractions like the Mt. Pleasant Farmers Market, and having the convenience of viewing the harbor... Read More

    609 First Mate Court – FEATURED LISTING

    By mollyglover | March 28, 2013

    If you’re looking for a stately James Island home, take a look at 609 First Mate Court. Located in the Parrot Bluff neighborhood, its striking brick façade and prime corner lot are sure to appeal to buyers of all types. The neighborhood’s location off of Fort Johnson Road places you in the heart of residential... Read More

    Charleston SC Schools of Honor

    By Jimmy Dye | March 28, 2013

    Schools within the Charleston Area Click in the boxes below to view information for each school you’re interested in. School Report Card City School Website Grade Range Homes for Sale Academic Magnet North Charleston School Website 9-12 Homes for Sale, Academic Magnet Ashley River Creative Arts Elementary Charleston School Website K-5 Homes for Sale, Ashley... Read More

    FEATURED LISTING: 164 Maple Street

    By mollyglover | March 25, 2013

    When you talk about Charleston, you always hear about the historic districts, the college, and all the amazing food and beverage services the town has to offer. So the question of where the best place to live is always a topic of hot debate. Once upon a time, everyone would want to live on “Rainbow... Read More

    Be a Charlestonian: Go Crabbing

    By Jimmy Dye | March 24, 2013

    Charleston’s history and culture goes back to the earliest founding of America, and over the years that culture has bloomed into many activities that are distinctively Charlestonian. In this week’s edition of being a Charlestonian, we’re going to talk about one of the best past-times in the area: crabbing. Since the Lowcountry is situated along miles of creeks and... Read More

    852 Tupelo Bay Drive – FEATURED LISTING

    By mollyglover | March 22, 2013

    Located in the family-friendly neighborhood of Hibben at Belle Hall is 852 Tupelo Bay Drive.  With striking front porches, lush landscaping and colorful siding, the home exudes Lowcountry charm and is sure to impress. The home was built in 2005 and has all the high-end features you desire.  An open floor plan is complemented with... Read More

    Mt. Pleasant News: Carolina Park

    By Jimmy Dye | March 22, 2013

    For those relocating to the Charleston area, there’s only one place they look first: Mt. Pleasant. Over the years, it has become one of the area’s most desirable zip codes. Access to local beaches, family-friendly shopping centers, and its convenient location to the workplace has helped the city rise above all other residential areas. But... Read More

    Recently Sold Home in Hobcaw Creek Plantation

    By Jimmy Dye | March 18, 2013

    The charming home along 508 Chimney Bluff Drive in Mt. Pleasant recently sold for $550,000. The traditional southern architecture was a major selling point, with a wrap around porch and inviting entrance. Palmetto landscaping complemented the soft, green tones of the home’s exterior, and the 2-car garage offered plenty of space for storage. Inside, the... Read More

    The Seller Scene: Contract to Closing

    By Jimmy Dye | March 15, 2013

    You’ve spent months doing open houses and keeping the house clean, and finally you have a buyer. Negotiations have gone back and forth, and after a few counter offers, you’ve come to terms and signed the contract with the buyer. Now what? You’re excited, but scared at the same time. To ease your doubts, here’s... Read More

    Should I Worry About Taxes When Selling My Home?

    By Jimmy Dye | March 11, 2013

    Tax season is in full swing, and some of you may be sweating right now. For those who have recently sold their home, you’re probably wondering if you need to pay a large sum to the government. You most likely made a lot of money off of your sale, and we know the government loves... Read More

    Robertson Allen–“One to Watch”

    By mollyglover | March 8, 2013

    The Cassina Group’s co-founder, Robertson Allen, was recently distinguished as “One to Watch” in Charlie Magazine.  The article appeared in the magazine’s 50 Most Progressive issue–on newsstands now!  Robertson and the other honorees will be recognized at a launch party this evening!  Congrats to Robertson and the whole Cassina team. Here’s the excerpt from the article:  “Robertson... Read More

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