Sometimes referred to as “The Peninsula,” Historic Charleston is a city of many faces, and there is no place, and no lifestyle, that rivals it. Tourists wander the ancient narrow streets and alleys of historic downtown. The sound of hooves on pavement and cobblestone marks the passing of another horse drawn carriage tour. Yet, this is no aging grande dame. Thriving with a perfect blend of modern day commerce and historical significance, Charleston preserves the best of the old and yet seems constantly fresh and new. Charleston is — well, Charleston. One of the world’s great cities, she preserves the best of the old and seems to constantly reinvent herself. Always relevant, yet obliging, we think she is grander than ever. You will too.
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Neighborhoods in Historic Charleston:
The French Quarter
South of Broad
Hampton Park Terrace
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Department:Downtown,Isle of Palms
Specializes in: Historic Properties, Resort Communities
A native of South Carolina, Beth Huntley grew up with a love for the waterways, marshes and beaches that make the Lowcountry unlike any other place.
Upon receiving a B.F.A. in Interior Design from The Savannah College of Art and Design, she began her professional career in Hilton Head as an interior designer, working on an array of high end, residential projects.
After nearly 20 years of design work in her own business, Beth made the decision to channel her design energy and wealth of experience in construction and renovation along with a focus in sustainability and energy efficient practices, to a career in real estate in 2004. An experienced real estate investor in her personal life, Beth puts the lessons of her own experiences to work for her clients.
True to her passion for Charleston, Beth lives what she loves – both as a resident of Charleston and as a Board Member of Lowcountry Local First, Board Advisor to Green Wizard, Inc., a member of the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors and the American Society of Interior Designers. She has served as Chairperson for The Sustainability Institute of SC, Coastal Association Chair of the ASID, Past President of the Center for Women and Corporate Sponsorship Chair for The Gibbes Museum of Art.
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