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About Me (Kristin Walker)I am a full-time Realtor specializing in all of the neighborhoods on the Charleston Peninsula as well as a few other bike-friendly walkable areas. I love what I do! As a Lowcountry aficionado, an outdoor lover & a foodie, I also enjoy unique architecture and things that challenge and inspire me.
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Category Archives: Inspired
Down a long dirt driveway in an unlikely part of town, hidden amongst ramshackle Charleston homes in various states of deterioration, lies a project of such inspiration and passion, the energy of it is palpable. Dramatic I know, but true … Continue reading
This gorgeous sloop is currently in port at the Charleston City Marina. Her name is Mirabella V and she’s the largest in the world at 247 ft long, with a beam of 48ft and a mast with a height of … Continue reading
This morning, as I walked along the Battery, I met with a unique confluence of events that turns our waters a soft milky gray/blue, one of the beautiful colors of our Lowcountry palette. When you have a cloudy sky, very little wind, … Continue reading
It’s the dog days of summer here in Charleston and we are counting the days until fall. But until then, I am devoted to having a good attitude about our delightful July weather. So here are my Top 10 reasons I love … Continue reading
For those of you who follow my blog in a slightly regular fashion, you may have noticed that my last post was over a month ago. I’ve been neglectful! But I’ll chalk it up to what I am now calling … Continue reading
An afternoon bike ride yielded these lovely treasures, on Tradd St, Queen St, East Bay and others…. The window box in Charleston is an art form – a melding of color, texture, height and drape. Beautiful!
The moon last night was so captivating that I had to make a detour, park my car and stand in the middle of the street to catch these shots. Just imagine that full, rising man-in-the-moon casting his gaze over Charleston….