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Architecture in Charleston

Drew Grossklaus, Sales Director/BIC East Cooper

Every week Christie’s International Real Estate produces a newsletter with interesting real estate topics from around the globe. The latest issue had an Article Titled “Travel the World via the Wonders of Architecture”. As I read it, I was reminded of the privilege we have to live in Charleston, where we can enjoy amazing Architecture without needing to travel. In fact, every time I take a walk downtown I witness a new nuance of home or landscape architecture. Many of our listings offer stunning examples of both classic and modern architecture, from historic South of Broad homes to custom-built new construction homes in developing areas of Mount Pleasant.

Another recent article titled “World’s Best-Dressed Restaurants” had me thinking of Charleston’s restaurants with amazing architectural designs. One of my favorites is The Ordinary, located downtown on King Street. The Ordinary was a former bank building and allows you to peer in the bank vault behind the raw bar. Another example is One Broad Street, which opened recently downtown in a beautiful Italian Renaissance Revival style building. The building has survived the bombardment in the civil war requiring an extensive rebuild as well as surviving hurricanes and a major earthquake. We have a unique opportunity in our city to experience these slices of history while enjoying our amazing culinary scene.

Nearly every article I read about Charleston only has great things to say about our city. From its rich history to incredible architecture to award-winning restaurants, it is an amazing place to call home. All of us at William Means take a pride in the city and enjoy helping others call the Lowcountry home.

To learn more about living in Charleston, download our Relocation Guide or talk with one of our experienced agents.

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