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Hot Sales in the City – The Holy City Scorecard Sept. & Oct. ’07
Nov 06, 2007 • By Places Real Estate • 0 Comments
This latest version of Charleston’s most expensive residential real estate closings covers September and October 2007. From the rustic charm of Rockville to the classic sophistication of South of Broad to the new money of Daniel Island, these homes cover the map.Our numbers are mustered from various sources, Square Feet does not guarantee accuracy for the Top 10 list, only something worth your gander – over $2.2 million, that is. Check out the archives for some other big house sales from months past.
- 108 Ocean Boulevard – $4.5 millions sets the bar high this month for this new construction beach home with more than 5,800 sf, a 2-acre lot, and the ubiquitous swimming pool. Locale: Isle of Palms. The Toll: $4.50M.
- 106 Murray Boulevard – This former Symphony showhouse offers dramatic views of the harbor and even the Coast Guard station, if you are into that sort of thing. Locale: Downtown Peninsula – South of Broad. The Toll: $3.05M.
- 3602 Palm Boulevard – Great oceanfront location for this 16-year old beach house. The view must make up for its apparent lack of charm on the exterior. Locale: Isle of Palms. The Toll: $2.995M.
- 616 Cattle Street – 6,000 sf Georgian style brick 5 bedroom makes this one of the highest priced homes on this nationally-recognized development complete with two golf courses. Locale: Daniel Island. The Toll: $2.9M.
- 44 Ocean Point – Offers one of the best views from this Isle of Palms home with vistas overlooking the 18th hole at The Links Course and the Atlantic Ocean. Locale: Sullivan’s Island. The Toll: $2.5M.
- 362 Schweers Lane – This street is tucked away in the historic Old Village of Mount Pleasant. 40-year old house with harbor frontage and your own dock and boat lift. Locale: Mount Pleasant – Old Village. Toll: 2.475M.
- 7122 Maybank Highway – Truly one of the nicest country settings and a classic 1832 house set this property apart. Locale: Rockville. The Toll: $2.45M.
- 5 52nd Avenue – Circa 2000, this custom 4 bedroom beach house is solidly built, but still on the third row back from the beach… Locale: Isle of Palms. The Toll: $2.4M.
- 95 Riverland Drive – A rare sale in this older, eclectic neighborhood on James Island. Locale: James Island. Toll: 2.25M.
- 49 Church Street – A 1790’s charmer between Tradd and Water Street. Locale: Downtown Peninsula – South of Broad. The Toll: $2.25M.