French Quarter

The French Quarter (http://charlestoninsideout.net/tag/french-quarter/) is home to the Charleston Art Walk, an evening held several times a year where Charleston residents and visitors alike enjoy gallery hopping and wine tasting along its storied streets. Here you will also find theaters, churches, inns and secret gardens waiting to be discovered. While homes are less available in this area, condos abound – from the historic converted apartment to luxury living near the water. Homes range from $750,000 to $4,000,000 and Condos from $350,000 to $3,250,000.

All about Downtown Charleston’s Neighborhoods – a map, descriptions and more.

I created this Charleston neighborhood map years ago at the start of my ongoing project to eventually profile every single neighborhood on the Charleston Peninsula, including photos, videos, recreation, school, shops, restaurants and services. But since many of you ask ‘Which Charleston neighborhood is best for me?”, I thought I’d go ahead and give you a head start.  You might...

Want to buy a home for $200,000 less than List Price? Here’s how.

Want to buy a home for $200,000 less than List Price? Here’s how.

  I hear this all the time. I SAY this all the time. “That house is overpriced by $X! They’re crazy if they think they can get that amount for their house!  Well, I never!” But does it really matter? Not to you as a buyer. If a seller wants to go ahead and put a silly or inflated number...

Update #3: The Million Dollar Market in Downtown Charleston is Hot, Hot, Hot

Update 9/1/2011 – I realized I forgot to update these statistics! In 2007 – a total of 21 sold. In 2008 – a total of 9 sold. In 2009 – a total of 6 sold. In 2010 – a total of 29 sold. In 2011 – a total of 13 have sold and 26 are available. ____________________________________ If you’ve been reading along with me, you know I started this series in March...