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    21 George Street #210: Impressive Downtown Condo Along George Street

    By Admin | June 20, 2018

    Our featured condo is conveniently located within the George & Society neighborhood and within walking distance to downtown Charleston’s most popular attractions.  21 George Street #210 has been beautifully updated throughout and is truly a must-see listing. This downtown condo offers 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1,224 square feet throughout a spacious floor plan and... Read More

    79 Alberta Avenue: Incredible Downtown Home

    By Admin | March 5, 2018

    79 Alberta Avenue is situated on a corner lot in the wonderful Longborough neighborhood in Downtown Charleston.  With an entertainer’s floor plan and only a short walk to Hampton Park and Downtown attractions, this property is a must-see. The three-story home extends 2,975 square feet and boasts 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. As you enter,... Read More

    63 Rutledge: Historic Charm Near Colonial Lake

    By Molly Glover | October 19, 2017

    This one bedroom, one bath condo is in a prime area – right across the street from Colonial Lake and is only minutes from Charleston’s must-see locations and high-end restaurants and shopping. 63 Rutledge Avenue is located on an elevated first floor in Berkeley Court, so you will be invited into a newly renovated lobby... Read More

    South of Broad Market Update: First Quarter 2014

    By Molly Glover | June 18, 2014

    Located in downtown Charleston, the South of Broad neighborhood is filled with many historic homes.  Real estate sales in the area have traditionally been strong and the first quarter of 2014 continued this trend with a 34% increase in sales from the first quarter of 2013.  To help give greater you a insight into this... Read More

    170 Queen Street: Historic Townhome in Downtown Charleston

    By Molly Glover | May 15, 2014

    The property at 170 Queen Street presents an opportunity to create a home in one of the most charming areas of historic downtown Charleston. It is only two blocks from calm Colonial Lake, a great place to go on a stroll or relax on one of the many park benches. The cobblestone of the Lower... Read More

    9 Carolina Street: Downtown Charleston Home for Sale Near Upper King Street!

    By Molly Glover | April 25, 2014

    Located in the emerging Westside neighborhood, this charming Craftsman cottage at 9 Carolina Street has a prime downtown Charleston location and an inviting interior.  It is located off of King Street so the popular restaurants and night life spots along Upper King Street are just a short walk away.  Marion Square Park, historic homes, museums... Read More

    152 Spring Street: Contemporary Downtown Charleston Home

    By Molly Glover | April 22, 2014

    If you’re looking to live the downtown Charleston lifestyle without the hassle and upkeep of a historic home, check out Dewey Golub’s listing at 152-D Spring Street.  Located in the trendy and emerging Elliotborough neighborhood, this home has a prime location within walking distance of Upper King Street.  If you don’t feel like walking the... Read More

    9 Bedons Alley: Charming Historic Home South of Broad

    By Molly Glover | April 21, 2014

    Known for its stunning architectural details and historic homes, South of Broad is one of the most coveted neighborhoods in all of downtown Charleston.  Charles McIntosh’s listing at 9 Bedons Aly is no exception to that standard with a charming exposed brick exterior dating back to the 1740’s.  The home is tucked away on a... Read More

    2 Larnes Street: Downtown Charleston Cottage

    By Molly Glover | April 18, 2014

    This charming two bedroom home at 2 Larnes Street, originally built in 1930, is perfect for anyone wishing the live in downtown Charleston. This lovely white house with red accents and a metal roof boasts one of the side porches for which Charleston is famous, which is a great place to sit and drink a... Read More

    172 Smith Street: Historic Church on the Peninsula

    By Molly Glover | April 7, 2014

    Historical Origins Located in the heart of the Cannonborough-Elliotborough neighborhood, 172 Smith Street offers a rare opportunity to own a church on the downtown Charleston peninsula.  It is located near the corner of Smith and Morris Streets–just minutes from King Street, CofC, and MUSC.  The site on which the church sits is stepped in history.... Read More

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