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Come on...why not explore Charleston with us! Need to get your bearings? moving guide to charleston, sc Need to find out about Charleston County taxes and how our homes are assessed in the area. Visit the Buyer section for full details. Also, fill out form on my contact page to receive an e-relocation guide about the greater Charleston area.

This site features many kinds of residential real estate from new homes, waterfront properties, historic downtown homes and condominiums to second homes and investment real estate in coastal Charleston, South Carolina.  Please visit our comprehensive Charleston relocation information highlighting Charleston's many lifestyle amenities, residential housing trends, Charleston Schools and more. 

I have included a list of sites that may be helpful with your home buying decision. When you are researching the area for relocation information,  a great place to start is the CVB. There are other useful sites provided in the link above that will help you in your relocation process.

Interested in New homes, new communities and new construction:  As for new construction in the coastal Charleston, SC area, there are new homes and new communities being developed everyday.  To find out more about all MLS real estate listings, new homes and investment properties in Charleston SC, be sure to sign up to use our hot sheet to find the property that is right for you. 

Take advantage of the relocation real estate tools and quick links on our site which are helpful when searching for lifestyle and resort properties.   From historic downtown Charleston to the waterfront, golf, oceanfront property of its barrier islands...we've got it all on this site.

Just for fun, visit our Top 5 events, Top 5 streets, Top 5 historic events and little unknown and sometimes known Charleston facts.

Charleston Video - The address is Charleston, South Carolina, where there's truly no place like home. Live like a local... restaurant favorites, hidden gems, and best places to shop. Search the links on this site to find homes in the historic district, intracoastal waterway properties located in West Ashley and Charleston's barrier islands. Whether you are buying or selling real estate,  Jane has the expertise to help Charleston, South Carolina video highlightsyou make an informed  and educated decision about property in Charleston, SC.

Questions about real estate for sale in Charleston, South Carolina? Local expertise and understanding your needs helps us achieve the competitive advantage.  We can provide valuable insight into local markets and has the experience that can help buyers and sellers close a deal at the best price. Our team of experts can show you properties that fit your needs and offer good value.  Contact Charleston SC Realtor ® 843-568-0595.

Charleston Area Convention & Visitor Bureau - Charleston, SC

Marion Square, King St. & Calhoun St.
Charleston, SC 29401
County: Charleston
Contact: Sarah Cothran
Phone: (843) 724-7309

Open Year-Round: No
Saturday, 8:00 AM- 2:00 PM

James Island Presbyterian Church Farmers Market
1632 Ft. Johnson Rd., Ft. Johnson & Folly Rd.
Charleston, SC 29412
County: Charleston
Contact: Donna Bryan
Phone: (843) 795-3111

Open Year-Round: No
Saturday, 8:00 AM- 2:00 PM

Mount Pleasant Farmers Market
Coleman Blvd. & Simmons St.,Moultrie Middle School
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
County: Charleston
Contact: Sasha Harris
Phone: (843) 884-8517

Open Year-Round: No
April - October
Tuesday, 4:00 PM- until dark


Spoleto Festival USA, an international arts festival in Charleston, South Carolina for three weeks beginning each Memorial Day weekend.  Prices for events start at about $25.


*** Visit the formal gardens near Charleston. The section of U.S. 61 between Charleston and Summerville is home to some of the most beautiful gardens in the world.

Former plantation land has been transformed into botanical wonderlands at Magnolia (800-367-3517).  Middleton Place (800-782-3608) and Drayton Hall (843-769-2600) and the buildings are pretty spectacular too.

The colors are most grand in the spring, but these old plantations are special year round.  The guided tours help you to understand the history and the natural wonders.

*** Watch a sunrise from an oceanfront fishing pier. Piers jut out from dunes all along the state's coast, and they provide venues for more than fishing.  They are great places to watch the sun peak above the horizon in the morning or slip below it later in the day.  One of the best piers for sunrise is the Edwin Taylor Pier at Folly Beach.  It's free to walk on the county owned structure, and its positioning allows a view of the sun coming  coming up over the waves without massive hotels in the foreground.

They call Folly Beach the Edge of America.  The pier goes out another 1,045 feet.  For more information call 843-795-4386.

*** Spend the night and dine at The Woodlands Resort and Inn in Summerville.  The Woodlands is the state's only five-star restaurant.  Menus change daily and incorporate the freshest ingredients from local farmers and fisherman.

A day spa and luxury accommodations at the resort invite visitors to stay long past dinner.  The resort is at 125 Parson's Road.  For more information, call 843-875-2600.

*** Experience the movies in a whole new way at the Charleston IMAX Theater. A five-story screen and 44 speaker digital surround sound offer viewers a larger than life experience.  The theater is the only 3-D complex in the state, though it also offers standard two-dimensional movies.

The Charleston IMAX Theater is located at the Citadel Mall in West Ashley.

*** Two places to see the ancient basket weaving is at small stands along US 17 North leading out of Charleston and the Old City Market in downtown Charleston, South Carolina.

Originally, the baskets were made for practical purposes.  Now, the baskets are prized more for their beauty.  Skilled artisans work for hours, days and even months weaving sweet-grass into all shapes and sizes.  Baskets range in price depending on size, patterns and vendors.

The stands along the highway are usually manned seasonally during the warmer weather.  The Old City Market in downtown Charleston is open from dawn to dusk all year round.

*** The Citadel's picturesque campus sits on the banks of the Ashley River in Charleston and is open to visitors year round.

Visitors can watch uniformed cadets in the private military college march each Friday during the academic year in the Citadel Parade.  other campus attractions include Summerall Chapel and the Citadel Museum.  The school is 171 Moultrie Street, Charleston. For more information call 843-225-3294

*** Fort Sumter, the target for the first shots of the Civil War now is one of the top tourism destinations in South Carolina.  Citadel cadets fired on the fort in the middle of the Charleston harbor in 1861, and Federal forces surrendered the structure 34 hours later.

The National Park Service tells the story of the fort and the war that split the young country with exhibits at its mainland visitors center in Charleston and at the fort.  For some children, the best part about visiting the fort is the boat ride to the fort.

And while you are in the military mood, drive across the Ravenel bridge to Sullivan's Island and visit Fort Moultrie, site of the first major battle of the Revolutionary War in South Carolina.

*** Visit the Charleston Tea Plantation on Maybank Highway near Kiawah Island.  This is a one-of-a-kind experience in the United States as it is the ONLY tea garden operation here.  Purchased by Bigelow Co., the 127 acre tea farm was never a traditional plantation.  Its plants originated, however, from a tea plantation in Summerville.  Tours are available year round. For more information call 843-559-0383.

*** Take one of the many Carriage Tours to see the historic homes and buildings in downtown Charleston.  A one-hour carriage tour of historic Charleston will give you a true sense of the city.  And it will allow you to see what you might want to explore more.  Or take a walking tour with one of the many walking tour companies downtown.

*** Take a culinary tour of Charleston restaurants, grand mansions kitchens, markets and bakeries with Carolina Food Pros.  Owned and managed by Amanda Dew Manning, a 1oth generation South Carolinian, Carolina Food Pros is a member of the chorus shouting for more locally grown ingredients and encouraging the layman's understanding of where good food originates.

Depending on which tour you select, Manning or members of her staff take you to the kitchens of some of the city's grandest old homes, to area bakeries and markets or into kitchen of Charleston's best restaurants.  Prices range from $35 to $45 per person. 877-728-2783

*** Enjoy a spa treatment at The Sanctuary on Kiawah IslandThis lush resort located below Charleston and close to nearby Seabrook Island features an elegant, low-key setting for pampering and splurging. Sit at the bar and enjoy a touch of port on a cool evening in front of the massive fireplace, stroll along the beach or retire to your exquisitely comfortable bedroom. The resort's spa was recognized in 2006 with a Mobil Travel Guide four-star rating and named by Travel + Leisure as the 11th best hotel spa in the country. Among the offerings: Facials, body massage and specialty packages, including couples retreats maternity massages and body wraps. For more information call: 877-683-1234

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