Lot Size18,731 sqft
Home Size2,749 sqft
Days on Market17
dunes properties of Mount Pleasant is pleased to welcome the agents of Places, LLC to our family of professional Realtors®. We have combined to offer expanded services to clients throughout the Charleston, SC area, and most specifically in Mount Pleasant, SC where Places has been a leader for years.
Chris Anderson, Broker-in-Charge of the Places group says “dunes properties is an established, luxury-oriented real estate firm that consistently ranks in the top 10 in sales in the Charleston market, so we are confident this move will expand our marketing scope and greatly benefit our clients in the Mount Pleasant/East Cooper/Charleston markets.” Laurie Thornhill, Anderson’s long-time partner in Places agrees. “I feel certain that our level of service, professionalism and expertise will only be elevated with this new integration with dunes properties.”
We are currently constructing an office at 835 Coleman Boulevard for our corporate staff and growing group of Mount Pleasant, SC agents. The Places group will remain at their current office at 400 Hibben Street in the Old Village through the end of this year. The majority of the team will be joining us in the Coleman office once construction is complete in early 2017. Several others have chosen to work out of The Real Estate Studio, our office at 214 King Street in the heart of Charleston, SC’s historic shopping district. Both offices are under the leadership of Broker-in-Charge Catherine Parker.
“We are very pleased to further expand our presence into Mount Pleasant,” says dunes properties’ President Randy Walker. “It’s no surprise that Mount Pleasant is growing very quickly. We are so happy to welcome this group of agents who have served this area for years and have consistently represented buyers and sellers in the area’s most prestigious neighborhoods.”
dunes properties is pleased to announce the addition of three agents to our family of experienced, professional Realtors®. Danny Hughes has joined our Mount Pleasant Team. Taylor Tillman has been added to our historic downtown office, The Real Estate Studio and Russell Buhrer has joined our office at Bohicket Marina, which serves the areas of Kiawah, Seabrook, Johns and Wadmalaw Islands.
A lifelong resident of Mount Pleasant, Danny Hughes knows the Charleston area like few others. In 1997 Danny became one of the first residents in the community of Daniel Island, where he lives with his wife, Pamela, and their English Springer, Abigail. During his 40+ year career with the SPAWAR, Danny conducted a number of real estate transactions on his own behalf, and now dedicates himself full time to providing that expertise to his clients. Danny can be reached at email@example.com or 843.200.9164.
A hometown girl, Taylor Tillman grew up with a love for the Lowcountry. Before recently making the transition to real estate, Taylor previously worked for Roper St. Francis Healthcare as a medical assistant, where she offered exceptional care and developed a keen interest in people. Taylor can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 843.437.6369.
A native of Annapolis, Maryland, Russell Buhrer first began coming to Charleston in the early 2000s. He grew up vacationing and spending summers on Kiawah Island with his family. He has recently co-founded a real estate solutions and investment company in addition to joining our Kiawah/Seabrook office. Russell can be reached at email@example.com or 443.995.4620.
dunes properties is pleased to announce the addition of three agents to our family of experienced, professional Realtors. Jack Wilson and Deb Dugal have joined our Bohicket Marina office, which serves the areas of Kiawah, Seabrook, Johns, and Wadmalaw Islands. John Grimm has joined the team at our Isle of Palms office.
Jack Wilson grew up in Charlotte, NC. In 1999, Jack entered the real estate business dealing primarily with land acquisitions and overseeing high-end residential developments all over the southeast from Texas to Virginia. Jack has been married to his wife Renee for over 30 years and they live on Seabrook Island, where he will specialize in representing buyers and sellers. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704.661.9843.
In love with the historic charm, and of course the beach, Deb Dugal permanently relocated to the Charleston area 2 years ago. She describes this move as her “new beginning.” She lives on Kiawah Island and has joined The Kiawah Seabrook Group at our Bohicket Marina location. Deb can be reached at email@example.com or 843.608.1343.
Originally from Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay area, John Grimm has lived in Charleston and the surrounding communities since graduating from the Citadel in 1979. John had a successful career as a Ford dealer for 30 years before embarking on a second career in real estate. He will be working from our IOP office. John can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443.883.5146.
dunes properties is pleased to announce the addition of Prescott Hughes and Jesse Slowikowski to their sales teams in Historic Charleston and Folly Beach.
A native of South Carolina, Prescott Hughes grew up with a strong passion for championship golf and the numerous outdoor activities that the Lowcountry has to offer. Prescott is a graduate of Clemson University, where he majored in Travel and Tourism. He decided to pursue real estate after spending time with both the local and non-local clientele on the golf course. Prescott will be working at The Real Estate Studio at 214 King Street in Charleston and can be reached at 843.722.5618 or email@example.com
Jesse Slowikowski was born in Baltimore, Maryland and spent the majority of his summers in Ocean City Maryland, where he built an affinity for the beach and surfing lifestyle. Jesse attended the University of Maryland at College Park where he graduated with a BS in Kinesiology and groomed his “inner fan” as a Terp. Drawn to a city with a rich history, warm weather and palmetto trees, Jesse moved to downtown Charleston in 2009. Jesse will be working from the Folly Beach Office at 31 Center Street. He can be reached at 843.588.3800 or firstname.lastname@example.org
dunes properties is pleased to announce the addition of Matthew Brockbank and Angela Armstrong to their sales teams in Historic Charleston and Mt. Pleasant respectively.
Matthew Brockbank was born in London, England and moved to the states when he was four and to Charleston when he was 14. His unique past and upbringing have given him the ability to enjoy both the city and quiet beach life. Matthew will be working at The Real Estate Studio at 214 King Street in Charleston and can be reached at 843.722.5618 or email@example.com.
Angela Armstrong has worked in the Charleston real estate market since 2005. She is also the owner of both Charleston Property Concierge and Daniel Island Property Concierge. Raising four boys has sharpened her talents for both negotiation and problem-solving. Angela will be working from the new Mt. Pleasant office at 1510 N. Hwy 17. She can be reached at 843.800.5042 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re pleased to welcome the staff and agents of GQRE. Our companies have combined to offer expanded services to clients throughout the Charleston area. “This opportunity is exciting,” said Jay Dixon, Partner for GQRE. “By teaming with dunes properties, we will be able to expand our agents’ markets and utilize the wide range of dunes properties’ proven services from their four office locations.”
Under the agreement, GQRE’s staff and agents will be joining dunes properties. Their current office on Highway 17, in the heart of Mount Pleasant, will be rebranded as dunes properties of Mount Pleasant.
“We are very pleased to expand our presence into Mount Pleasant,” says dunes properties’ Director of Marketing, Traci Magnus. “The area is one of the fastest growing along the Charleston Coast, and we welcome this group of professional agents who specialize in Mount Pleasant.”
GQRE’s Broker in Charge, Catherine Parker, will continue her management responsibilities for the Mount Pleasant Office under the dunes properties brand.
Welcome agents and staff of GQRE! We’re so happy you’ve joined the dunes family.
The Charleston Trident Association of REALTORS® just announced the graduates of the 2015 class of The CTAR Leadership Development Program. Sixteen local REALTORS® completed the program, which is designed to provide those with interest in taking a leadership role in the Association and their community the education and training to enhance and develop their leadership skills. Two dunes properties agents from our Isle of Palms Office, Ginn Maiers and Susan Petty, were among the graduates.
The two-month program includes three sessions, each focusing on a different aspect of leadership development: teambuilding, communication, community activism and effective leadership. Speakers for the various sessions include local business and community leaders like Cindy Grosso of Charleston School of Protocol and Etiquette, Mt. Pleasant Town Councilman Mark Smith, Chris Zoeller of the Post and Courier, CTAR President Matt DeAntonio and President-Elect Michael Sally. The program’s keynote address was delivered by Elizabeth Colbert Busch at the final session.
“We designed this program to help our members develop their leadership and communication skills, which will help them not only if they choose to pursue a leadership position with the Association or in the community, but also in their day-to-day business. We provide the opportunity for our members to learn from those who have achieved success in real estate as well as other industries” said Wil Riley, CEO of CTAR.
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dunes properties is happy to welcome Greg Gelber and Susan Petty to our family
Originally from New York, Greg has called Charleston his home for many years now. A graduate of College of Charleston, Greg is an expert on downtown Charleston and will be working out of our Real Estate Studio. His background is in finance and investments.
Where is your favorite restaurant in Charleston and what do you recommend there? Edmunds Oast and the Fresh Charcuterie Board.
Have you read any good books lately? I recently read Boomerang by Michael Lewis and really enjoyed it. It gives a great perspective on other countries and how they were impacted during the recession.
Susan is South Carolina born and raised. In the south, there is a commonly used acronym…GRITS…”Girls Raised in the South” or perhaps men might say it stands for “Gentlemen Raised in the South”. Since she was a skinny little 2 year old, she often visited the coast for family vacations. It has always been a lifelong dream of hers to live near the coast. In 2005, that dream was met when she moved to Hilton Head. In 2015, she then moved to Mt Pleasant to be nearer her family and the Charleston coast. Because living near the coast of South Carolina has been a dream come true, her goal is to help make that dream a reality for others who share in the dream of living on or near the coast. There is nothing finer than to live in South Carolina…just ask any GRITS.
Where is your favorite restaurant in Charleston? I have two favorites: Burton’s Grill in Mt Pleasant and Long Island Cafe on Isle of Palms. What do you recommend there? Everything! They both have a fabulous menu of scratch made, locally inspired foods of fresh ingredients.
What is your favorite activity? Taking my grandchildren to the beach to play in the sand and waves.
Have you read any good books lately? The Magic by Rhonda Byrne
Do you have any pets and if so, what are their names? Two years ago I adopted an adorable Schnauzer via the SPCA in Orangeburg, SC. He was skin and bones when the county dog catcher picked him up, but I saw his potential when I spotted his photo on PetFinder.com. I decided to name him Walker, not because he and I love to walk together, but because The Church of the Cross in Bluffton, SC has a pipe organ that was made by JW Walker & Sons, Pipe Organ Builders of England. While living in Bluffton, I sang in the church choir. I love music of all types but especially praise and worship songs. For that reason, I thought it would be nice to name my “fur baby” after one of my favorite musical instruments.
The Kiawah Seabrook Group of dunes properties is a seasoned team of real estate professionals who make their home at our beautiful office at Bohicket Marina. Starting with four agents in January 2011, the group has continued to grow and thrive while representing buyers and sellers in the unique communities of Kiawah and Seabrook Islands. These agents work and live on the islands. They know and love these areas and helping others to make them “home” is paramount to our success.
Whether it’s a vacation home, an investment or a primary residence, the Kiawah Seabrook Group is ready to help you find your island home. Give Becky Manna a call at the Bohicket Office to see how The KSG can help you!
Johns Island, SC 29455
Curious about what the KSG currently has listed? Here are some of the fantastic properties we represent on Kiawah, Seabrook, and Johns Island:
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Home Size648 sqft
Days on Market179
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The featured property this week is 150 Bee Street #611, located in the Bee Street Lofts at Lockwood Boulevard and Bee Street, just adjacent to the Medical University of South Carolina. This 108 unit mid-rise luxury condominium building overlooks the Ashley River and is the most desired address of residency among Charleston doctors, nurses, and medical students who spend a lot of time at MUSC, the VA Medical Center, and Roper Saint Francis Hospital. The close proximity to the hospitals makes is possible for some doctors to do their rounds and return to the comfort and stress-free zone of their own home.
The Bee Street Lofts provide luxury urban architecture, soaring ceilings, gourmet kitchens, luxurious bathrooms with whirlpool tubs and travertine floors, and shows off 11 distinct floor plans with 41 variations. Some of the lofts have a wine fridge, 20-foot ceilings (on the Penthouse floor), and designer stained concrete flooring. The gated parking garage belonging to Bee Street Lofts provides each condo with one designated parking space. There is no guest parking, however, that doesn’t really matter when you are working just a block away! A lot of people automatically dismiss Bee Street Lofts because of the lack of parking, but what they don’t realize is that is is a very green choice worth considering. With the best location for MUSC students and workers and reasonable pricing, Bee Street Lofts are sure to attract a creative, urban mind set.
150 Bee Street #611 is one of the more detailed and extravagant lofts that Bee Street Lofts has to offer. The view from Loft 611 overlooks the Ashley River and Brittlebank Park. The 6th floor is plenty high enough to be away from the bustle of city living, but just high enough to be eye-level with some of the best fireworks in Charleston. There are two designated parking spaces for 150 Bee Street #611, making this loft a rarity at the complex. The loft features 2 spacious bedrooms with huge walk-in closets, each with a bath and a half for guests. The fixtures and finishes in the bathrooms and kitchen are fit for royalty. Off of the gourmet kitchen is a separate dining room and the grand living area has a balcony with a breathtaking view. Listed at only $459,000, don’t let this piece of Charleston History slip away! Contact Vince Perna for more information on this spectacular listing at Bee Street Lofts.Vince Perna email@example.com Office: 843.588.3800 Cell: 843.425.6414 Fax: 888.217.0372