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Conveniently located in James Island, just minutes to both Downtown Charleston and Folly Beach, you will find 736 Clearview Drive. Enjoy the finest views of Historic Charleston from this 0.67 acre, harbor view lot on Wilipena Creek. An existing dock, with 5’ of water at high tide, is perfect to park a boat. Not up for boating? You can still enjoy the Carolina sunshine from the large in-ground pool/ hot tub with slate waterfall. This could be the perfect outdoor oasis you are looking for!
This contemporary residence uses glass and light to create spectacular panoramas of the waterviews from kitchen, living room, master bedroom and wet bar. Entrance is through impressive double paneled doors to a mid level slate foyer. Below foyer to the left are the living and dining rooms with a study for complete privacy. Circling the stone fireplace and descending in either direction from the foyer is the spacious three story family room. Flanked on the west is the kitchen and laundry room and to the east is the bar and intimate seating area great for entertaining. Two separate bedrooms and full bath could be a mother-in- law suite. Master bedroom with private balcony upstairs opens out to family room and windows facing the harbor. Distinctive original 70’s bathroom & Jacuzzi tub with a circular stair leading to a meditation space. East side has 3 more additional bedrooms and loft sleeping space for a total of 6 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The garage is detached with 4 bays, overhead storage and plenty of work shop room. Attached to the garage is a spacious greenhouse w/ separate entrance. This expansive 4,800 square foot home has a alot of character and is ready for custom personalization!
Once again our agents make headlines for their involvement in charitable causes.
Jack Hurley recently spent some time getting into the spirit of children’s literature (check out the awesome hat) and reading to area school children
Through his business Jack’s Cosmic Dog, he sponsors 50 area school children in the program Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. Jack makes sure these low income childrent are provided with age appropriate reading materials.
Jack’s a fascinating guywith some great stories, if you ever meet him definitely take the time to strike up a conversation.
As reported by Moultrie News
The Palmetto Pride Anti-Litter Organization recently awarded a $4000 beautification grant to the Mount Pleasant Pride Committee. This money will go to making the Public Service Department’s Six Mile Complex a beautiful and welcoming site for motorists, residents, and recreational walker/joggers.
Patricia Fuchs, a real estate agent with Dunes Properties, is Vice Chair of the Pride Committee. We are so proud of her and her involvement in the town she calls home. Karen Hilty from our Kiawah/Seabrook office exlaimed this when she found out the good news “I am not surprised one bit by Patricia’s accomplishments. I have had the pleasure of working with her for many years at Dunes and there is no one I would rather have on my committee; or any committee for that matter.”
We go on about Charleston being a way of life and how we love to make our visitors our new neighbors. It’s not just blathering talk. It’s the truth. We love this city and we enjoy giving back to the communities.
Betty Poore volunteers at East Cooper Hospital, does Meals on Wheels almost every week with her mom, and devotes a lot of time to the Pet Helpers Trap and Return Program.
Toddy Poore does Meals on Wheels every week with her daughter (Betty) or sons.
Mark Mitchell and Patricia Fuchs sponsor Isle of Palms Rec Center’s children’s sports teams and Mark is highly invovled in the school board, Rotary Club, and Boys and Girls Club of the Trident Area.
Mark Fuchs is a member of the Lowcountry Business Network .
Mike Parades serves as treasurer for an HOA, teaches several classes a year at CTAR, teaches for Community Associations Institute, consults local HOAs, and just completed term as President of the Stono Ferry Mens Golf Association Board.
Linda Solomon has been a member of the Pet Helpers Annual Fur Ball committee for several years.
I could go on but suffice to say, Dunes Properties loves Charleston and we love giving back to Charleston.
346 E King St. – a 2 bedroom/ 2 1/2 bath 1,454 sq. ft. condominium has just been listed by Jack Hurley and Kristin Walker.
Open and airy with plenty of natural light
This ultra hip, ultra cool condo in the heart of downtown Charleston is truly one of a kind. Unique lighting includes LED “mood lighting” in the hallway which can be turned on/off.