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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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I hope each of you had a wonderful New Years celebration and that you are feeling optimistic about 2012. My husband and I kicked off the year with a jaunt to Sullivan’s Island to check out the 18th Annual Polar … Continue reading
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
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
You want it all don’t you? A beautiful home in the middle of an exciting and gracious city, historic details, modern comforts, off-street parking, and the piece-de-la-resistance, a view of the water. I don’t blame you because I do too. … Continue reading
In the upcoming issues of the Preservation Society’s publication, Preservation Progress, I’ll be featuring my very first print ad ever (see the image below). As you know, I am mostly a techy kind of gal, but every once in a … Continue reading
All work and no play makes Kristin a very dull woman. Thus, this past beautiful, clear, no precipitation in sight Sunday afternoon, my husband and I decided on the spur of the moment that a Charleston Sunday Funday was in … 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
Oh how I wish there were some way I could capture the scent of wisteria in a Charleston spring and share it with you. It’s intoxicating. There’s nothing like wandering the streets with your nose as your guide or peeking … Continue reading