Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Charleston Slant – or Why We Sometimes Walk Uphill in Our Houses

I frequently work with clients who are not from Charleston, who have never set foot inside an historic Charleston home until they have done so with me.  One of the first things they notice once inside, besides the gorgeous fireplaces … Continue reading

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It’s about to be Second Sunday on King Street (and it’s 75 degrees in January!)

Why yes.  It’s 75 degrees in January!  I don’t mind bragging a bit to make ya’ll shivering in your boots north of here just a teeny bit jealous. I’m nice though, I will tell you that I got them at … Continue reading

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Charleston Shines in 2012 so What’s on Tap for 2013?

As we enter our first full week of 2013, I thought I’d take a look back at Charleston in 2012. Really, it was quite a banner year for us for a myriad of reasons! Our economy boomed, the real estate … Continue reading

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