2 Concord Street * $7,300,000
Mary Lou Wertz sold this one of a kind property with iconic views. Located near the Battery in Downtown Charleston this home has a fixed concrete dock with 20,000-pound boat lift and was one a degaussing station for the Navy.
3035 Jasper Boulevard $1,475,000
Stunning views of the intercostal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean abound in this Sullivan's Island Home. Multi-level decks and porches offer gathering and entertaining spaces that all take advantage of this one of a kind view. Leslie Turner sealed the deal for her buyer clients on this one.
66 B Gadsden Street $850,000
Leslie Turner sold this contemporary row home in downtown Charleston. With open modern spaces, ensuite bathrooms for every bedroom, and a “living” rooftop deck offering views of the Charleston marina and the Ravenel Bridge, it was a no-brainer for the new owners!
38 Legare Street * $3,100,000
This stunning circa 1867 Charleston Single, located in the historic "South of Broad" neighborhood, was sold by Leslie Turner after it's "down to the studs" renovation and redesign.
27 Lamboll Street * $6,995,000
This elegant circa 1850 showstopper with custom 4 story spiral staircase was totally updated for modern living. Leslie Turner sold it after it's two-year renovation for her clients.
1514 Menhaden Lane $750,000
Elenor helped her buyer clients navigate the purchase of this new construction home in Mount Pleasant. Situated on the Copahee Sound in Stratton by the Sound, this home offers an award winning design with open modern living spaces, multiple porches and decks, long range views and a steady ocean breeze.
145 S Battery * $2,200.000
Leslie Turner listed and sold this stunning 1927 Georgian Revival home South of Broad soon after it's meticulous remodel.
375 Huger Street H $735,000
This was one of the last units in the exclusive Chestnut Court neighborhood. It was sold by Leslie Turner just as all the other homes in this enclave of classically designed homes were.
12 Franklin Street $1,800,000
Olga Page not only sold this house, she completely restored it as well. Impressively high ceilings, original moldings, remarkable stained glass combined with stunning modern kitchen and baths and all topped off with double piazzas and a carriage house designed by Glenn Keyes, this landmark historical Italianate-style 1850's home has been recognized by the Historic Charleston Foundation.
17 Longitude Lane * $2,725,000
The professionally designed garden and grand terrace make this home the perfect setting for gardening or entertaining. Steps from the Battery but tucked away privately, surrounded by the high garden walls of 18th century Charleston. This 1950's era colonial home was an easy sell for Leslie Turner.
44 King Street * $3,575,000
Located on iconic King Street in the heart of downtown, and built in the late 1700s, the John McKee House is the quintessential example of a ''Charleston Single'' home. Olga Page listed this home and Mary Lou Wertz brought the buyer.
282 Commonwealth Rd. $1,303,000
This one of a kind resort style home in Darrell Creek Plantation, was built for entertaining with expansive outdoor kitchen, pool with swim-up bar and hot tub, and dock on beautiful Darrell Creek. The Wando River is a short boat ride away. Leslie Turner helped her clients find this amazing property and then sealed the deal for them.
70 Warren Street $1,500,000
Featured in Charleston Magazine after it's renovation, this circa 1890 home boasts 63 windows for incredible natural light in every room. Leslie Turner sold this impressive home on charming Warren Street for the owners, an architect and an interior designer who personally oversaw the “down to the studs” renovation.
1703 Paradise Lake $999,000
This beautiful lakefront home in Watermark was sold by Leslie Turner in ONE DAY, with multiple offers!
165 Flyway Drive * $3,300,000
This Kiawah beachfront estate was listed and sold by Mary Lou Wertz for her clients. A one of a kind custom home, it is beautifully situated to enjoy the Atlantic Ocean. Designed by Zach Carney, and built to a quality rarely seen, it exhibits the perfect blend of European details and modern Lowcountry living.
87 East Bay Street C $1,355,000
This perfectly placed pied a terre, is in a wonderful South of Broad location with breathtaking views. There are only a handful of downtown properties with unobstructed views of Charleston Harbor, the historic rooftops, and magnificent steeples, and Mary Lou Wertz helped her clients find just the right buyer for this one.
66 Dalton Street $922,500
Mary Lou Wertz sold this private oasis for her client on Sullivans Island in the country club neighborhood of Daniel Island Park. Gleaming heart pine floors, architectural details and superb craftsmanship sealed the deal on this meticulously maintained home.
44 Society Street * $1,500,000
Jennifer Davis sold this enchanting secret garden house. This two-story, light-filled, brick 1840 Greek Revival house with double piazzas is hidden from the street by a confederate jasmine covered fence and an 8-foot hedge.
520 Carolina Blvd. * $1,640,000
Laura Wingate-Farish helped her clients find and purchase this private family retreat on Charleston’s most desirable beach, Isle of Palms. Situated on the quiet, residential and with spa-like bathrooms, chef’s kitchen, multiple luxury upgrades, and ocean views this was a great find!
1448 Scotts Circle * $830,000
Laura Wingate-Farish sold this 2015 Custom Home in Scotts Creek. It was made for entertaining with its great layout, chef’s kitchen and inviting backyard.
1816 Hall Point Road $499,000
This entertainer's dream of a home in sought after Pembroke in Park West was sold by Danielle Hoskins. Light and bright with lush landscaping, 10' ceilings, architectural details, master retreat, and a dreamy back yard made this home a no brainer for the new owners.
150 Tradd Street * $1,425,000
Leslie Turner listed this home and Laura Wingate-Farish brought the buyer. Situated on historic Tradd Street this charming home checks all the boxes: historic yet completely renovated, gated off-street parking, enchanting garden and courtyard, and located South of Broad.
8 New Town Lane * $1,467,275
Homes in The Crescent neighborhood are sought after for their proximity to Downtown, the Country Club of Charleston, and Porter Gaud School. This home sitting proudly on a half-acre lot, with private dock, mature grand oaks and camellias was quickly sold by Laura Wingate-Farish.
* Denotes a property that was sold by agent while agent was affiliated with another real estate company