Daniel Island | Charleston SC Blog

Almost all Charleston communities are seeing exciting levels of buyer activity resulting in low inventory of available properties. Overall unit sales for the most recent 6 month period are up 27% over the previous 6 months and median price is up 8%. Home owners are increasingly listing their homes as they sense the timing is good. Keeping a close eye on the market is important as homes are selling quickly.

 

For full details on communities of interest to you, please click here for the market report. If we can answer any questions for you, please call 843-259-9913.

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Daniel Island is experiencing a healthy rebound with no sign of a seasonal slow down through the remainder of the year. Enjoy this in-depth report on all aspects of the Daniel Island real estate market. With active listings of homes and home sites very low on the island and prices rising, it is more important than ever you work with a realtor you can put your trust in and knows the island extremely well. Read the report.

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We thought we would spot light this special listing in Beresford Creek Landing. We often hear clients wish they had more privacy between homes, but in a community that is convenient and has lots of with lots of social activity. This home sits on a half acre lot backing to 5 acre park and large pond. It is a bike ride from Daniel Island and 15-20 minutes to the best beaches, great shopping and historic downtown Charleston.

The home is easy to show. Please call 843-259-9913 to schedule a showing.


 

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Well it's winter and football season. Great time of year - snuggle by the fireplace, watch football games, split firewood at half time and maybe build a snow man. That's how it was living in Evergreen Colorado. Then we moved to Daniel Island. It's December and it's a beautiful sunny day and a balmy almost 80 degree day. Hum - what a different lfestyle. Record the football game and jump in the boat or hit the beach. Football has to wait until sun down when temperatures plumet to 55-60 degrees - freeeezing cold (for us). This is especally confusing because our Denver Broncos are heading for th Superbowl. Much excitment in our house about the football season, but it can wait. You just have to do it all on a day like this. We can rest when we are dead!
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Well, my pockets are empty this morning. It is ,of course, my own fault. I know that the second Sunday of each month is the day that King Street here in Charleston is closed to vehicles and merchants move their business outside. What was I thinking? My gal and I had barely travelled half a block when the aroma from an Asian noodle house lured us in. We had done so well in avoiding the 20 eating establishments we had passed up to this point. Maybe just a snack?  After some quick nourishment we traveled a mere 50 yards into Bob Ellis, Charleston's premier shoe purveyor. Jimmy, Manola and Stewart were all hanging around on the shelf waiting to be taken home and she tried them all on. Al Bundy would have been proud! We escaped but just in the nick of time.

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Today was Columbus Day. A cold front pushed through sometime this morning and triggered a round of thunderstorms. It also changed the temperature significantly. Yesterday our high was 88 and today it  won't make 70 degrees. In celebration of the climate change I donned my mostly unused exercise gear and headed off for the challange of the Arthur Ravenel Bridge. This 3 mile engineering traffic marvel connects Mount Pleasant to Charleston and this morning I'm walking it all. 8:00 a.m. I lock my car in the lot at the foot of the bridge at Mt. P's waterfront park. Within one minute I'm through the lot and onto the bridge's pedestrian lanes. Two lanes here. One for walkers and joggers and one for bikes. The first mile is uphill and it climbs rather steeply. At…
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It was an easy walk of sorts. Probably a little complicated by the pitch dark and puddles left by the ebbing surf. I carried only my Stanley thermos. Five a.m. and I'm on my way up the beach for the sunrise. There was no issue parking the car at this hour. In fact my vehicle occupies the first spot off the pier at the Isle of Palms. On my hike I see only two other people, both with dogs, both jogging. Are they kidding? After what seems like an eternity I have made my way up past the Grand Pavillion at Wild Dunes and select a spot on a downed palm trunk and pour my first cup of Starbucks Cafe Verona. I wait. The sky is brighter now at 6:15. It's a mix of greys and I wonder if I picked the wrong day. Is it going to rain? Without an umbrella I will be…
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