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The explosive growth of Charleston, S.C., has heated up the real-estate market on nearby Sullivans Island, a laid-back beach town.
The Wall Street Journal recently published an article about the enduring popularity of Sullivans Island. This historic beach town has long been a well-kept secret among South Carolinians, but with the growth of nearby Charleston, the quaint community has become exceedingly popular. Homes sales in 2015 have already hit historic numbers catching the eyes of international buyers. The island’s allure is due, in large part, to a handful of ordinances passed over the past 30 years that have blocked the development of high-rise condos and the kind of spring break-style debauchery that has plagued other East Coast beach towns. Sullivans Island still posses the calm, cozy lifestyle so many enjoy. “Mayberry by the Sea” does not come cheap , however, the median sale price for this area is $1.4 million.
Whether you are looking for a simple life by the sea or simply a fantastic getaway home, Sullivans Island is the place for you! Stop by our Isle of Palms office to find out more about this sleepy beach town and what properties are currently available. Below are some of our current listings, or you can view what’s for sale on the entire island with our map module at the bottom of the post.
1738 Ion Ave | 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 4,000 sq ft | $2,375,000
Listed by Tim Reese
1608 Atlantic Ave | 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 3807 sq ft | $1,789,000
Listed by Mark Mitchell
2618 Middle Street | 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 3148 sq ft | $2,449,000
Listed by Tim Reese
1741 Atlantic Avenue | 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2969 sq ft | $1,025,000
Listed by Betty Poore
Map of Sullivans Island Properties Currently For Sale:
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.