Beer enthusiasts, rejoice!
Let’s be honest: The Holy City has far more than six great brunch restaurants. Whether you live downtown or in West Ashley, Mount Pleasant or on James Island, delicious brunch eateries abound throughout our top culinary town.
Every year we look forward to the produce of summer’s peak. Ripe tomatoes and sweet corn, juicy peaches and watermelon … YUM. Fall and spring in the Lowcountry yield equally delicious fare, from sweet potatoes and kale to strawberries, peppers, and on. Our favorite places to scoop up the season’s bounty—whatever the season—are farmers markets, where produce is sold straight from the source and is as fresh as it gets.
Situated between the bustling South Windermere Center and busy Highway 17, South Windermere—also called Old Windermere—is a charming nook of West Ashley filled mostly with ranch-style family homes built in the mid-1900s.
Culinary delights abound in Charleston, which is one reason our fair city claims the title of top destination spot in travel magazines year in and year out. But certain areas of the peninsula shine brighter than others when it comes to dining out.
The Holy City is a hotspot for family vacations—not to mention for clans who plant roots here to live year-round. And while the beautiful beaches flanking the peninsula are a major draw for travelers with kiddos, downtown Charleston holds many treasures that children of all ages can enjoy.
Tucked between Mathis Ferry Road—a main thoroughfare in Mount Pleasant—and the marshy banks of Hobcaw Creek lies I’On, a planned community founded in 1995.
Located roughly nine miles southeast of downtown Charleston, Sullivan’s Island is a petite coastal town that’s about as charming as it gets.
Set on the breezy banks of Charleston Harbor, the charming Old Village is one of the most historic neighborhoods in the town of Mount Pleasant.
The wisteria is in bloom, the azaleas are popping, and longer stretches of sunlight make post-work sunset boat cruises a must. Yep, it’s official: spring is upon us! A few weeks ago, we highlighted the February and March events we were most excited to attend. Now we’re looking forward to April and May, which hold some of Charleston’s most highly anticipated festivities. From a scenic 10K to a two-day music festival to the famed Spoleto Festival USA, there’s something for everyone in the coming weeks. Add to that the standard perks of life in the Lowcountry this time of year—like the Charleston Farmers Market Saturday mornings in Marion Square, temps warm enough for beach trips, and the scent of jasmine in the air—and it’s never been a better time to visit or to play a tourist in your own town.
Charming homes, live oak allées dripping with Spanish moss, and a decidedly small-town vibe define James Island’s lush Riverland Terrace neighborhood.
A visit to Charleston isn’t complete without a leisurely stroll through the South of Broad neighborhood.
From the Wine + Food Festival and the Festival of Houses and Gardens to the Cooper River Bridge Run, Volvo Car Open tennis tournament, High Water Music Festival, and more, the forthcoming months are packed with fun for locals and visitors alike, no matter your interests. Here, we highlight the events we’re most looking forward to throughout February and March; check back next month for our April and May roundup.
Museum Mile—a one-mile section of Meeting Street running from Mary Street to the Battery—is a playground for those seeking Holy City culture, whether you’re from out of town or are a local with a Saturday to spend touristing throughout your own town.
Hampton Park is one of our favorite green spaces in town.
Our top three weekend dining spots.
Pull up a beach chair.
Learn more about this stunning Mt. Pleasant neighborhood.
View our recently sold properties.
Check out the top neighborhoods in the Mount Pleasant area.
Thomas Mathewes gives us his top 5 restaurants on Daniel Island.
From the islands to inland, our Residential team has got you covered.
Agent Harrison Gilchrist shares his top tips and fun activities for the Hampton Park / Wagener Terrace neighborhood.
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