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Holy City Scorecard – July ’07 Luxury Property Sales in Charleston
Aug 06, 2007 • By Places Real Estate • 0 Comments
Now that July is over, the summer is just heating up in the Lowcountry and we’ve got the top 10 sales in Charleston for the month. If you missed May and June’s report, just follow the links. Since the numbers are mustered from various sources, SquareFeet does not guarantee accuracy, only something worth your gander – over $1.9 million, that is.
- 266 St. Margaret Street – Lowndes Grove Plantation – One of the most significant homes on the Charleston peninsula, Lowndes Grove, has been sold to Patrick Properties who plan on continuing throwing shindigs at the riverfront estate. Locale: Downtown Peninsula. The Toll: $6.5M.
- 78 Church Street – Dubose Heyward House, circa 1785 – yes, that’s the 18th century. This house has seen the likes of George Washington, George and Ira Gershwin, and was the home of the author of Porgy and Bess. Good luck on making any exterior changes to this home. Locale: Downtown Peninsula. The Toll: $3.6M.
- 1908 Middle Street – New 3,900 beach house on quaint Sullivan’s Island – close enough to walk home from Poe’s or Bert’s Bar. Locale: Sullivan’s Island. The Toll: $3.M.
- 2104 Palm Boulevard – 3,100 sf, 1970-vintage oceanfront beach cottage, purchased just in time for Hurricane season. Locale: Isle of Palms. The Toll: $2.55M.
- 2001 Purcell Lane – 4,912 sf new construction Victorian in this master-planned community featuring two golf courses and the home of the Family Circle Cup Tennis Tournament. Locale: Daniel Island. Toll: 2.3M.
- 45 Hasell Street – 1855 mixed-use building at the corner of Anson and Hasell with a nice, urban loft-like residence. Let’s hope for a new gallery on the ground floor. Locale: Downtown Peninsula. The Toll: $2.25M.
- 4007 Palm Boulevard – 1984 3,000 sf beach house. Classic 1980’s architecture. Locale: Isle of Palms. The Toll: $2.2M.
- 612 Cattle Street – 4,275 sf New England-style home in Danile Island. They haven’t seen cattle here for some time, just a stampede of buyers over the past 10 years. Locale: Daniel Island. Toll: 2.075M.
- 2 Zig Zag Alley – ‘Quaint’ 2,920 sf house on a secluded street, built in 1880 – so not much on functionality. Locale: Downtown Peninsula. The Toll: $1.9M.
- 36 Prioleau Street – Second floor unit (2,262 sf) in the sought-after One Vendue Range where the better units still sell before they hit the market – even in today’s market. Locale: Downtown Peninsula. The Toll: $1.9M.
Till next time, don’t fear the subprime.
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