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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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Tag Archives: Bike-friendly
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
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
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
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
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
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
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