Tag Archives: Bike-friendly

Downtown Christmas Light Delight – By Bike

Last night it was a balmy Charleston Eve, so my husband and I decided to take a little two-wheeled spin around the quiet streets of Downtown to take a look at the Christmas lights.  I don’t know about ya’ll, but … Continue reading

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Another Home with a Jawdropping View – 45 Pendleton St in Wagener Terrace, Charleston

I completed my most recent post about homes with a view in Downtown Charleston, right before this stunner came on the market, but today I was lucky enough to have a private showing of this home.  45 Pendleton St, while … Continue reading

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In Charleston, SC, Realtors Show Properties By Bike :)

This just tickles me pink.  A Charleston Moves colleague of mine pointed out that in the latest issue of Bicycling Magazine they have a blurb on Charleston, mentioning that here, Realtors show properties by bike! That’s me!  (And any of my … Continue reading

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Appraising the Character of Cannonborough/Elliotborough, Windermere and Byrnes Downs

The City of Charleston recently released what they call “Area Character Appraisals” for three additional neighborhoods which are considered to have a distinct historic importance in the Charleston region – Cannonborough/Elliotborough on the Charleston Peninsula, and Windermere and Byrnes Downs … Continue reading

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Update on the Bicycle-Only Community in Lexington, SC

Back in May I posted an article about the launch of a bicycle-only community in Lexington, SC right outside of Columbia.  It’s called Bicycle City!  This kind of urban planning fascinates me and I wonder how it would do in … Continue reading

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What $200,000 gets you in Charleston

For this series, I am just going to take a look at what is available on the Charleston Peninsula.  Yes, I know you can do a search on your own but wouldn’t you agree that sometimes it helps to have … Continue reading

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Stuck in Traffic? Not Me. Downtown Charleston Living is Easy…

After enduring the Thanksgiving traffic to and from Atlanta (I-26 drivers are crazy!) I realize that I forgot to give Thanks for one other thing in my last blog post. That I don’t have to commute. Now it wasn’t always … Continue reading

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Demand for Walkable Neighborhoods is on the Rise

In the June issue of The Atlantic, author Christopher Leinberger discusses the rise in demand for walkable neighborhoods around the country.  Here on the Charleston Peninsula and in a few other neighborhoods around the area – we ARE walkable and … Continue reading

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