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We hand select properties we think you’ll be most interested in, from fixer uppers to some of the most expensive homes in the area. If you don’t see something on our list that speaks to you, let us know and we’ll help you find your perfect place.

Charleston's Most Expensive Homes for Sale

$6,332,500

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The historic coastal town of Charleston, SC is no longer off the radar of big spenders and historic home seekers, and this list of the top 10 most expensive homes in Charleston really lives up to its vaulted reputation. From an English Manor home recreated in the suburbs to historic mansions South of Broad, all packed with fine embellishments, predictably these homes don't come cheap -- the most affordable home in this list would still set you back a whopping $5.9 million while the most expensive doubles that price. Take a look inside some of Charleston's priciest digs...

Frank's Fabulous Favorites + Charleston Waterfront Properties to Look at Now

$350,000

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1

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With the fall temperatures starting to drop into the 50s (brrr!), it may seem an odd time to start looking at waterfront properties. But with less market activity and an easier commute during the off season, it is a great time to peruse the available properties and see what strikes your fancy. Frank Thornhill, an avid fisherman and boater, knows the Lowcountry waters and has picked these as his go to properties to look at now. Take a gander and give Frank a call.

Got Horses? Looking for a Charleston Home with Stables?

$1,990,000

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1

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Horse farms close to Charleston, SC are sometimes hard to find, but we took a look and picked these 6 for your consideration. In addition, there are larger land parcels available with the proper zoning and houses in horse-friendly neighborhoods. If interested, Laurie Thornhill in our office can help you find what you are looking for, when she is not attending a horse show! Call Laurie at 843-270-7633.

Ready to Downsize? Charleston Homes For Sale - Just Your Size

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Many adults 50 and older are leaving the suburbs and their big homes behind and moving into condos or lofts in downtown Charleston and to close-in neighborhoods, like IOn, Hampton Park, and Windermere. Not only are these smaller homes easier to maintain, but they are also in walkable neighborhoods with easy access to amenities such as culture, restaurants and nightlife. So, if your kids are grown and your empty nest is a bit too big, take a look at these offerings in Charleston. Be sure to ask about taxes, association fees, and will your furniture fit!

The Starbucks Effect - Charleston Digs Near Your Favorite Coffee Shop

$665,000

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1

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Who knew coffee is so important to home values and market demand. It turns out that easy access to quality java has broader implications in the real estate world as proximity to a local coffee shop has a very real, and positive, effect on home values. With new coffee shops opening regularly in Charleston, these homes are a short walk or bike ride away from a fresh latte - Take a look at these perked up homes...

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