Charleston’s Luxury Living: Lowcountry luxury dwellers flock to the waterfront and the peninsula


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Defining luxury is more than just a number.

The Lowcountry luxury homeowner considers many factors—views, access to amenities, convenience to downtown and waterfronts—and the price for a home that has all that and more, is ticking upward.

“As of January 27, 2019, there are 311 active listings, with an average list price of $2,375,483 and an average size of 4,242 square feet,” said Raina Rubin of Carolina One’s Raina Rubin Group. Rubin added that these luxury home locations and sales were predominately located on the peninsula, Isle of Palms, Mount Pleasant and Kiawah, respectively.

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  • May 6, 2019 at 11:13 am
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    Nice Charleston’s Luxury Living, luxury is more than just a number. The Lowcountry luxury homeowner considers many factors—views, access to amenities, convenience to downtown …

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