Charleston, SC (October 17th, 2019) – Top luxury real estate firm, Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty has partnered with the developer of Edwards Place, a picturesque neighborhood of 10 custom homesites in Old Mt. Pleasant. The boutique luxury brokerage will handle the marketing and sale of this historical piece of Old Mt. Pleasant as one of the last single family homesites in the area.
“Edwards Place is quintessentially Charleston. It will meet eager homeowners awaiting the next evolution of rare premium new construction in a well-established and highly sought-after neighborhood” says Andrew Robertson of Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty.
The development was once part of the late Gov. Jim Edwards’ family homestead and is the last remaining and largest undeveloped site in Old Mt. Pleasant at 3.4 acres. Now the new owner in this historical area has created a Lowcountry designed, elegant lifestyle focused community with low maintenance and pre-installed irrigation and full service lawn care. This property is also situated on one of the highest elevations in Mt. Pleasant which is out of the flood zone that encompass lot elevations between 18′ – 23′ above sea level. The site was planned and permitted in close coordination with the previous owners and the Town of Mt. Pleasant, with features that are expected to enhance the property values of the surrounding homes and neighborhood.
“We feel extremely fortunate to be the current stewards of this beloved family property. It’s been wonderful to work with the Edwards and Melcher families and it’s an honor to invite the next generation of families to enjoy Edwards Place” says Scott Elferdink developer of Edwards Place.
For more information contact the sales team at Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty or visit the website at www.EdwardsPlaceHomes.com. The sales team is available by appointment and can be reached by email at [email protected]placehomes.com or by phone at 843-580-2400