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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: Cannonborough
The Elliotborough Explosion – A look inside one of Downtown Charleston’s hottest up-and-coming neighborhooods.
Hold on to your hats dear readers… The Elliotborough neighborhood in Downtown Charleston is on the rise – and it is rapid. While I have been writing about this neighborhood and its developments for years, nothing compares with what is … Continue reading
Over the years, many, many people have asked me this question. They were interested in visiting Charleston frequently, so much so that staying in hotels just didn’t make sense any more. They wanted to buy a place to call their … Continue reading
Just a little over a year ago, I wrote a post called Charleston’s Food Insanity (and Mine). I rhapsodized with taste buds in a confused frenzy about what to try first. So many new options! Too many new places! But, … Continue reading
Soaring residential real estate market aside, it is commercial and development activity that can give you true insight into a local economy’s present and near future. And make no mistake – Charleston is on a MAJOR upswing. Always the ones … Continue reading
I created this Downtown Charleston neighborhood map years ago at the start of my ongoing project to eventually profile every single neighborhood in Downtown Charleston, including photos, videos, recreation, school, shops, restaurants and services. But since many of you ask … Continue reading
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
I say this with confidence because I had the opportunity to see it the other day. 52 Ashe is by far the best renovated house south of the Crosstown under $400,000. Everything else is either locationally, structurally or cosmetically challenged. … Continue reading