Park Circle’s Renaissance, North Charleston, SC

street

The generations who have inhabited Park Circle can boast of an intriguing blue collar history, but, to many who now live in the distinct North Charleston neighborhood, its homes, most of them older than the city itself, define all that is trendy and hip in the Lowcountry. Reasonably close to the Cooper River, the area now known as Park Circle … [Read more...]

Charleston, SC Top 10 Builders

PulteGroup, Inc. - Number 1 Top 10 Builder - Charleston, SC

including Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester counties PulteGroup, Inc., based in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, is America’s premier home building company, with operations in 60 markets and 28 states. The company has an unmatched capacity to meet the needs of all segments of the real estate industry through Pulte Homes, Centex Homes and Del … [Read more...]

Summer’s Bend, North Charleston, SC

summers-bend-THB

From its sweeping command of the marsh and river to its waterfront views of fabled Middleton Place, Summer’s Bend is a community steeped in history dating back to the 1700s. On the banks of the historic Ashley River corridor and once home to legendary plantations, Summer’s Bend is surrounded by ancient oaks and breathtaking vistas. This area of … [Read more...]

The Colony at Heron Reserve, West Ashley

The suns has set on the Colony at Heron Reserve

Location is the factor that sets The Colony at Heron Reserve apart from other condominiums in the Charleston, South Carolina, area. "We're only about seven miles from downtown without the downtown price," explains Chris Eller, community sales manager for The Colony. "Also, we are a gated community, and it seems to work great for medical … [Read more...]

Nelliefield Plantation, Daniel Island, SC

nelliefield-plantation-THB

When you first drive into Nelliefield Plantation, you'll be delighted by the look of this community. The houses are colorful, ranging from muted greens and blues to splashes of coral and rust. Built with HardiePlank siding, many of the homes are accented with brick, giving them a more high-end look. Architectural shingles add to the good looks and … [Read more...]

Kiawah River Estates, Johns Island SC

Photo of a home at Kiawah River Estates in  Johns Island

Kiawah River Estates, it seems, is on everyone's mind. When asked if she would answer some questions about the upscale neighborhood on Johns Island, Rebecca Lind, a real estate agent for AgentOwned Realty, a short drive up the road in Summerville, South Carolina, replied: "Oh, you're writing about it, too." Whether you're seeking a place to … [Read more...]

The Plantation At Stono Ferry, Hollywood, SC

Scenery at The Links at Stono Ferry

A Community Rich In History The Plantation At Stono Ferry is located in Hollywood, S.C. just 20 miles south of historic downtown Charleston. Situated on a gorgeous oak-studded bluff known as Point Pleasant, the community borders the Intracoastal Waterway along the Stono River. The first owner of record of the plantation property was James Beamer … [Read more...]

Beresford Hall, Charleston, SC

Pool at The Ruins, Beresford Hall's community center

History and nature blend artfully with the future in this hidden Charleston area paradise Rick Mullins, Vice Preseident and Charleston Area Manager for Simonini Builders, can hardly mask his enthusiasm once you get him warmed up talking about Beresford Hall, a new waterfront community just off Clements Ferry Road North on the Cainhoy Peninsula. … [Read more...]

Walterboro, South Carolina

In 1784, when rice plantation owners began looking for the ideal place for their summer homes in what is now Colleton County, they chose a pleasant, wooded area and named it Hickory Valley. Forty-two years later, bearing the name of two of its original settlers, Paul and Jacob Walters, Walterboro was incorporated. Many of the homes built more … [Read more...]

Seabrook Island, Resort & Retiring Destination

On the beach at Seabrook Island

Barely four miles long and less than a half mile wide, Seabrook Island is among the most exclusive resort and retirement destinations in the Carolinas. Originally inhabited by Native Americans, the island, located 23 miles south of downtown Charleston, was claimed by Lt. Col. Robert Sanford in 1666 for England’s King Charles. It was known then … [Read more...]