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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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If you have been a subscriber to this blog for more than a year, you may recall in August of 2015, I launched a huge new construction project I had been working on since December of 2013 with the incredible … Continue reading
You may recall way back in December 2013, I wrote a post entitled “Turning Blight to Beauty”, and at the bottom of the post, I gave you a little teaser of a project I was working on with Julia F. … 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 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
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
Update 1/20/2015 – The price dropped to $9,250,000 today. From the original asking price of $17,500,000, to $13,000,000 to $11,000,000 and now under the big TEN-OH. COME AND GET IT! Ever since this building came on the market in 2006 … Continue reading
I apologize in advance for the brevity of this post because, well, part of our program on day ten was cut short by the pouring rain (no One Cool Blow and TacoBoy for us!). But I wanted to put some … Continue reading
How many suburban strip malls and parking expanses do you see abandoned and lifeless on a daily basis? Tons. How many ex-urban neighborhoods are now struggling to stay afloat? Many. We are all fatter, we drive more, and we know … Continue reading