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With an interest rate increase still in the cards this year, combined with the American political landscape and global economic events, a cooldown could occur by winter. Presently, however, summery growth prevails as many locales are reaching near-record prices not seen in more than a decade.- According to Charleston Trident Association of Realtors
Market Stats through May 2016
REGIONAL REAL ESTATE SALES
CHARLESTON, SC—(December 10, 2015) 1,029 homes sold in November in the region at a median price of $246,000 according to preliminary data released today by the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors® (CTAR). In November 2014, 987 homes sold at a median price of $222,067.
Year-to-date data shows that sales volume is 14% ahead of where it was last year, with 14,758 sales through November 2015 and the regional median price has increased by 5.3%, currently $228,000. Through November 2014, 12,933 homes had sold at a median price of $216,352.
- Upper Charleston Peninsula
- Downtown Charleston
- Mount Pleasant (below IOP connector)
- Mount Pleasant (above IOP connector)
- Folly Beach
- Isle of Palms and Wild Dunes
- Sullivans Island
- Kiawah Island
- Seabrook Islands
- Daniel Island
Looking for Folly Beach Homes with Ocean Views? Folly is one of the most desirable areas to live in the Lowcountry because of the laid back vibe, island-style living, and its beautiful beach that offers the best waves in Charleston. One of the things most people look for when buying a home on Folly Beach is those spectacular ocean views. Plus Folly Beach offers some of the most amazing sunsets this side of this Mississippi! Here is a list of homes currently for sale on Folly Beach with some incredible ocean views. We’re sure that there is something on this list for everyone.
On Folly Beach there is a wide variety of homes for sale, including weathered beach bungalows and grand new construction. You can also find tiny beach cottages, like those on the now-popular tiny house hunting television shows. In recent years, new luxury beach homes with ocean views have been on the rise. Homes on Folly Beach are often referred to as “First Row”, “Second Row”, “Third Row” to note their proximity to the ocean. The properties are, naturally, priced according to how close they are.First and Second Row homes on Folly Beach are almost always going to have ocean views. While Third and Fourth Row homes may not have ocean views, they are still a very short walk to the beach.
If you’re looking for a home with a laid back vibe and something beautiful to look at, you will want to take a look at this list of home for sale on Folly Beach with ocean view. The prices ranges vary, but we’re sure there is something to fit everyone’s budget. The results show the most recently listed properties first.
$1,399,000 : 1215 E Arctic Avenue, Folly Beach5 beds, 5 full, 1 half bathsListing Provided by Dunes Properties of Chas Inc
$1,100,000 : 1309 E Ashley Avenue, Folly Beach6 beds, 4 full bathsListing Provided by Charleston Home Team
$659,000 : 1418 E Ashley Avenue, Folly Beach2 beds, 1 full bathListing Provided by Avocet Properties
$1,349,000 : 1679 E Ashley Avenue A, Folly Beach5 beds, 5 full bathsListing Provided by Salmonsen Realty
$987,750 : 1572 E E Ashley Avenue, Folly Beach3 beds, 3 full, 1 half bathsListing Provided by King and Society Real Estate
$925,000 : 201 W Arctic Avenue 403, Folly Beach4 beds, 4 full bathsListing Provided by Avocet Properties
$945,000 : 118 E Arctic Avenue, Folly Beach6 beds, 4 full bathsListing Provided by Avocet Properties
$990,000 : 1677 E Ashley Avenue B, Folly Beach4 beds, 4 full bathsListing Provided by Carolina One Real Estate
$950,000 : 1677 E Ashley Avenue, Folly Beach5 beds, 4 full, 2 half bathsListing Provided by Carolina One Real Estate
$599,000 : 1661 E Ashley, Folly Beach3 beds, 1 full bathListing Provided by Fred Holland Realty
$1,550,000 : 1683 E Ashley Avenue B, Folly Beach4 beds, 4 full bathsListing Provided by Ravenel Associates Real Estate. LLC
$1,175,000 : 907 W Ashley Avenue, Folly Beach2 beds, 2 full bathsListing Provided by Avocet Properties
$650,000 : 2 Cusabo Island, Folly Beach3 beds, 1 full bathListing Provided by Handsome Properties, Inc.
4 beds, 4 full, 2 half bathsListing Provided by Beachside Real Estate
$365,000 : 106 W Arctic 2c, Folly Beach3 beds, 3 full bathsListing Provided by Fred Holland Realty
$1,250,000 : 315 E Arctic Avenue, Folly Beach5 beds, 4 full bathsListing Provided by Carolina One Real Estate
$134,900 : 508 W Ashley Avenue 1, Folly Beach5 beds, 7 full, 2 half bathsListing Provided by Carolina One Real Estate
$820,000 : 201 W Arctic Avenue 313, Folly Beach3 beds, 3 full bathsListing Provided by Fred Holland Realty
$1,250,000 : 909 Arctic Avenue, Folly Beach4 beds, 3 full bathsListing Provided by Fred Holland Realty
See all Folly Beach Ocean View Listings.
(all data current as of 3/26/2017)
Listing information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Read full disclaimer.
Last night, City Council members deliberated on the proposal of a 4,500 residential development in the Bees Ferry area of West Ashley. According to William Joy of WCSC, The Long Savannah Project was approved and will cover 3,000 acres, 1,200 of which will be used for homes and 400,000 square feet will be used for retail and office space.
The approval of this major residential project is great news for the people who live in West Ashley, myself being one of them. The community is really hoping this area is going to be revamped and this project should show everyone that West Ashley is on track to developing for people that are moving to the area.
Traffic studies done on this project show that the entire area will be gridlocked, along Bees Ferry and Glenn McConnell (didn’t the Bees Ferry construction just end?!), but this should be a small price to pay for the major development.The project was originally approved in 2007, but was foreclosed on. We should expect to see around 500 homes in the next two years and the entire project to be complete in the next 20.
Charleston residential real estate saw a great year in 2014, with a 9% increase in sales volume and a 5% increase in median prices. A total of 14,253 homes sold last year in the Charleston metro area, with the downtown Charleston peninsula and Folly Beach seeing the most median price growth, while Kiawah/Seabrook and James Island were some of the most active subsections of the Lowcountry, according to the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors®. In December 1,270 homes sold at a median price of $202,870. 2015 CTAR President, Matt DeAntonio, gave a great outlook for 2015, stating that “we expect to see sales volume and prices continue to grow.” While inventory remained low, 12% lower than in 2013, some notable changes in the market from 2013 to 2014 included a 17% increase in single-family home sales and that distressed sales continued to decline significantly.
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We love this beautiful 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bathroom listing on Folly Beach at 1008 East Ashley Avenue. Built in 2007, the owners focused on creating a very sound and secure structure and design. The lot is beautifully landscaped with great outdoor living space, including many windows, a screened porch, and a wrap around deck. Just steps from the beach, what more could you ask for?
For more details contact Laurie Hull 843.209.4576 email@example.com
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More than 5,000 Homes Sold This Summer in the Charleston Area.
These Charleston area market statistics were recently released by the Charleston Trident Association of REALTORS®. “The summer months were, as expected, a period of steady, sustainable growth” said 2014 CTAR President, Corwyn Melette. “About 40% of sales for the year close during the summer, and this summer, sales activity and price growth has our market well-positioned for a strong finish to 2014” Melette said. At the end of August, there were 5,961 homes classified as active for sale in the CTMLS. At this time last year, there were 5,702.
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dunes properties has quite a few new listings on Isle of Palms and Wild Dunes ranging from a 1 bedroom condo for less than $500,000 to a 3 bedroom house for $719,000. With three condos and two homes recently listed in addition to our wide variety of current properties for sale on the Isle of Palms, all of these properties are in fantastic locations with many different amenities.
1140 Ocean Blvd. Unit 206, ISLE OF PALMS, SC – $825,000
Gorgeous oceanfront 3 BR, 3 BA condo located on the Isle of Palms, just steps from restaurants and shopping. This property is newly remodeled with hardwood bamboo flooring and stainless appliances.
Listed by Joe Walker 843.345.4510 firstname.lastname@example.org, and Dave Landry 843.224.6251 email@example.com
Port O Call 101, Unit E, ISLE OF PALMS, SC – $429,900
Oceanfront 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom condominium in the Wild Dunes Resort with direct access to the beach path right from your screened porch.
Listed by Katy Leydic 843.696.3625 firstname.lastname@example.org
95 Grand Pavilion, ISLE OF PALMS, SC – $719,000
This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house is located in the Wild Dunes Resort in the desirable Grand Pavilion area.
Listed by Mark Mitchell 843.847.7980 email@example.com
30 Edgewater Alley, ISLE OF PALMS, SC – $599,900
With 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, this house is located within walking distance to the beach and is right inside the Wild Dunes gate.
Listed by Katy Leydic 843.696.3625 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tidewater 302 #I, ISLE OF PALMS, SC – $659,000
This oceanfront condo has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and has been completely renovated. Enjoy ocean views from your private deck.
Listed by Rick Fain 843.412.0189 email@example.com
These Charleston area market statistics were recently released by the Charleston Trident Association of REALTORS®. “Our housing market continues to be where the economy experts thought it would be – steady, sustainable growth in both closed transactions and median price,” said 2014 CTAR President, Corwyn Melette. “With five straight months of inventory growth – albeit small, single digit percentage growth – some prospective buyers, who may not have found what they were looking for in the spring, should take another look and see if they find something that fits their needs now,” he added.