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Kentucky Derby Fever in Charleston

It’s almost Derby Day! This weekend marks the running of the 143rd Kentucky Derby and Churchill Downs will be teeming with spectators ready to enjoy the first leg of the Triple Crown. While the lucky ones may be headed to

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Marvelous Mansions

 Charleston Area’s Most Spacious Dwellings     About an hour outside of Charleston, one can find 35 South Dukes Street in Summerton, SC.  Built by Glenn Evans in 2002, this property encompasses over 6,500 square feet on a 9.2 acre lot.

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Beach Retreats: Folly Beach

Now that the summer has officially come to an end and we start peering ahead to costume parties, entertaining, and cooler temperatures, we may find ourselves reminiscing of the beach days now behind us. Many of us spent countless hours with

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Charleston’s art scene ties to international art world

Charleston has a vibrant arts scene all year long, but one event truly showcases the power of art, theater, music and dance. Spoleto Festival USA brings internationally known and incredibly talented artists and performers to the Holy City for 17

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Beach Retreats: Sullivan’s Island

Memorial Day weekend is upon us and with so many options for recreation in the Lowcountry, there is no excuse not to get out and enjoy it!! Charleston’s Beaches are world-class destinations with some amazing opportunities for buyers from the area

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Find Your Ideal Charleston Garden

Visitors love coming to Charleston to soak up the history, architecture and overall beauty of the Lowcountry. A key piece of that is Charleston’s impeccable gardens. Whether it’s a historic plantation or a private home in the heart of the

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Low Maintenance Living – The Condo Lifestyle in Charleston

In 2014, Forbes put Charleston on its list of the 25 best places to retire, citing coastal living, the warm climate and robust economy as some of the best features. Add that to the list of “top cities” accolades Charleston has

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