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$1 Million Homes in the Charleston Area

Nowadays, when it comes to buying a home, $1 million stretches a lot further than it did in 2007. In downtown Boston, you can find a 966-square-feet, two-bedroom, two-bath luxury condo for just over $1 million. In Chicago’s Hyde Park, $1 million will buy a historic 3,000-plus-square-feet home with five bedrooms, two baths and a gourmet kitchen. In Philadelphia’s Center City, a luxury high-rise condo that measures 1,550 square feet and has two bedrooms and two baths is about $1 million. In Miami, $1 million will buy a custom 3,400-square-feet home with four bedrooms, three baths and a swimming pool in Coconut Grove or a 1,500-square-feet luxury condo with two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms in downtown Miami. And if you’re interested in purchasing a $1 million home in the Charleston-area real estate market, you have quite a variety available to you as well. From 200-year homes with manicured gardens in downtown Charleston, to airy luxury beach homes on the Isle of Palms to sprawling state-of-the-are newer golf-course-community homes on Daniel...

Charleston’s 2012 Vacation Season: Hotels

Does the time change and the warmer weather have you thinking about vacation? Easter and Spring Break are just around the corner, and the same warm weather that has brought blooms to azaleas and robins and cardinals to yards all over the Charleston area will soon usher in many vacationers and tourists. There is a sense of excitement here as the area prepares for the first vacation season since the 2011 Conde Nast’s Readers’ Choice Awards named Charleston the best city in the United States and the third best city in the world. And just as the season is ramping up, Charleston has recently received even more accolades from past visitors. TripAdvisor.com, which touts itself as the world’s largest travel website with over 50 million unique visitors a month, recently published its 2012 Travelers’ Choice Awards based on millions of vacationer reviews. Charleston appeared three times in the website’s Top 25 Best Hotels in the United States: the French Quarter Inn was ranked No. 7, the Restoration on King was No. 19 and the Wentworth Mansion was No. 24. The Restoration on King was recently in the news for another reason. Owned by Jeffrey R. Anderson Real Estate, an award-winning commercial firm based in the Midwest, the Restoration opened in 2010 as South Carolina’s first boutique hotel and soon earned a AAA Four-Diamond rating. The hotel is situated in Charleston’s Antique District on the corner of King and Wentworth Streets. It boasts 16 luxurious suites that blend top-of-the-line modern amenities with the building’s historic features. Jeffery R. Anderson Real Estate recently purchased the property and has retained DCP International,...

Active Adult Community–Charleston, SC

A new subdivision is underway–The Pines at Gahagan in Summerville, South Carolina will be an active adult retirement community with approx. 109 homes. The subdivision is located a few miles from the downtown Summerville area. There will be an amenity center which will feature a pool, recreation room as well as a hair salon. Preconstruction sales began last week and prices begin in the high $200,000 range. There will be age restrictions on who can purchase and live in the homes–they will be limited to “55+.” For add’l information on this community, please contact Bob Brennaman at 843.345.6074 or bob@charlestonproperty.net Source: Post and Courier (May 7, 2007) For more information on Charleston South Carolina Real Estate visit:...