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Monthly Archives: September 2015

    The Cassina Guide: October Events

    By Molly Glover | September 30, 2015

    Fall is one of our favorite times in Charleston.  Cooler temperatures, bright days and smaller crowds make spending time outdoors easy and enjoyable.  There are so many great events going on throughout the city this month but we’ve hand-picked some of our favorites: 1) Charleston Greek Fall Festival: Sponsored by the Greek Orthodox Church, this weekend-long celebration... Read More

    184 East Bay Street #201: Pied a Terre in Charleston’s French Quarter

    By Molly Glover | September 18, 2015

    If you’re looking for a getaway in the heart of the city, this quaint and charming condo at 184 East Bay Street may be the perfect fit.  Perched above thriving East Bay Street, the unit makes the most of its location with large windows overlooking the bustling street.  Famed local restaurants, such as High Cotton,... Read More

    1402 Camp Road: Point James Condo for Sale

    By Molly Glover | September 18, 2015

    Centrally located in James Island, this recently renovated condo at 1402 Camp Road 14A provides a great option for those looking for a place close to downtown Charleston and the beaches.  The unit is located less than ten minutes from the historic downtown peninsula and just twelve minutes from the sandy shores of Folly Beach... Read More

    33 Lockwood Drive, A-7: Boat Slip in the Ashley Marina

    By Molly Glover | September 18, 2015

    Even though summer is technically over, we are fortunate to have many warm days throughout the fall.  As the heat and humidity die down, fall is the perfect time to enjoy exploring the area’s beautiful waterways.  The area’s rivers, including the Ashley and the Cooper, and an abundance of tidal creeks leave no shortage of... Read More

    918 Rutledge Avenue: Renovated 1920’s Home in Downtown Charleston

    By Molly Glover | September 18, 2015

    Located in downtown Charleston, this charming home at 918 Rutledge Avenue offers a prime location within walking distance of many popular spots on the upper peninsula.  Hampton Park, one of the city’s largest parks, is located less than a mile from your front door so you can spend warm fall days enjoying the floral displays,... Read More

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