Patricia Skeriotis Presents : Top 5 Real Estate Spots – Part 4

Filling the spot of part 4 on our countdown is the charming southern city of Charleston, South Carolina

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Historic Charleston, SC

The small town feel of this historic city masks the bustling Internet technologies industry that is taking off in the area in a slow, southern calm. The miles and miles of waterways offer opportunity for outdoor recreation and relaxation year-round in the mild, south eastern climate.

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One of the many waterfront views

 In a new development being planned in Harleston Village, homeowners will have rooftop decks with views of the harbor on their private property.

Houses along the row are around $1.4 million and houses in the historic downtown district are often over $10 million.
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Arthur Ravanel Jr. Bridge; Charleston, SC


“Charles Towne” was founded in 1670 in honor of King Charles the II of England. Just 20 years later in 1690, Charleston was the fifth largest city in North America. Much of the city’s historic architecture has been preserved to today.

In 2011, Charleston was voted “America’s Most Friendly City” by Travel + Leisure

The city has become near and dear to the United States and is the fastest growing municipality in the state of South Carolina.

It’s no wonder that it comes in as number two and part 4 of our countdown! 


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