Our Commitment To You
While we all continue to adapt to extraordinary circumstances, our team at Maison Real Estate remains committed to helping our clients. "Home" has never been more important! Whether you are a seller or a buyer, we are working to give you useful tools to remain engaged and to showcase your home.
We have implemented several online tools to help our buyer and seller clients. Online Brochures of our listings are available to give you a first look at some of the gorgeous Charleston properties. We also have created many slideshows and virtual tours of our listings so that buyers can get a feel for each property without doing an actual visit. Our agents are also...
Citing it a "livable art gallery", 116 is haled by Forbes editors as different in the Charleston market, in all the right ways!
Leslie Turner's listing at 43 Society was one of three homes featured in the Post and Courier's article about the Spring Market of 2020. Leslie was interviewed for her experienced view of how the real estate market here in Charleston is performing and what the outlook is moving forward.
Leslie Turner was interviewed by Realtor.com for an article about buying and selling during the Corona Virus and how the pandemic is affecting the real estate market.
The Tour de Jour is Du Jour's daily briefing on notable homes. These standout properties all have remarkable architecture, design and or styling. The property the Leslie Turner has listed at 116 Grove Street is no exception.
The Robb Report's recent "Read the Room" article about homes with libraries included the sumptuous spaces to be found at 29 Legare Street.
Southern Living Online Newsletter featured Mary Lou Wertz's and Leslie Turners listing at 69 Church Street as the lead story.
The Week.com recent article on working from home featured Leslie Turner's listing at 43 Society Street as an example of a home that is perfect for working remotely from. We agree!
The Posts and Courier's recent article about changes in the real estate market during the Covid19 crises, featured interviews with Mary Lou Wertz and Leslie Turner.
Entitled "Older than the USA", Forbe's article on Mary Lou and Leslie's listing at 69 Church Street, describes and shares the history of the Capers Motte House.
Mary Lou Wertz was interviewed by the editors at Mansion Global for a recent article about the effect Covid19 is having on the real estate market.
The Wall Street Journal interviewed Leslie Turner for a recent article about the changes in the real estate market during the Covid19 pandemic.
DuJour, a print and digital luxury lifestyle publication, included our listing at 69 Church Street in their Tour DuJour
Dwell Magazine a design and technology oriented publication which features modern design inspiration for homes and apartments, featured Leslie Turners listing, The Metamorphosis House.
Curbed, a real estate and design blog network chose Mary Lou Wertz and Leslie Turner's listing at 69 Church Street as their "House of the Day"
Mary Lou Wertz was interviewed about Lowcountry family oriented communities. Her listing 165 Mary Ellen Drive in the Longborough neighborhood was used as an example of a property that offers many of the attributes families are looking for in homes today.
The Toronto Star promotes 69 Church in article about dating historic homes.
Leslie Turner's and Mary Lou Wertz's listing at 69 Church was recently highlighted in an article in the Toronto Star about the many ways to date Pre-Civil War homes. Citing attributes like the 15 fireplaces and the outdoor privies and kitchen, which were commonplace in homes of that era but not in later years, the writers of this article, go on to talk about the sense of history that you feel when you walk through the rooms of this grand home.
The award winning design was recently noticed by the editors at Curbed and featured as a "picture perfect" contemporary here in Charleston.
Leslie Turner has this listing in the sought after Wagener Terrace neighborhood.