Friday, March 6, 2015
Golf Course neighborhoods Charleston SC can bring you the serenity that the game bringswhile playing so why not buy a house, or condo on one? Charleston South Carolina has some of the world's best golf courses and these courses almost all have communities with homes and condos for sale right on them for sale. Yes, we know many of them are in gated communities, but a lot are not. Charleston, SC's most renowned golf courses include: Kiawah Ocean Course (Home of the 2012 PGA Championship, Ryder Cup, and World Golf Championship) also featured on EA Sports video game Tiger Woods Golf, Rivertowne Country Club, Daniel Island Club, Patriots Point, Wild Dunes Ocean and Harbor Course, Stono Ferry, Pine Forest Country Club (Summerville), Crowfield Plantation (Goose Creek), Wescott Plantation (Summerville) Coosaw Creek Country Club, Charleston National Golf, Legend Oaks Country Club (Summerville) Snee Farm Country Club, Bulls Bay, Country Club of Charleston, Seabrook Island, Other Kiawah Island courses (Oak Point, Turtle Point, Osprey, Cougar Point, and Cassique), Briar's Creek Golf Club, Dunes West, and Shadowmoss just to name a few. There are a few courses in the area that do not have neighborhoods in or around them: Patriots Point, Yeaman's Hall, Wrenwood (AFB), Redbank (AFB).
The closest place to live near Patriots Point links are the luxury condos near them called The Renaissance. Near the Charleston Municipal course is a neighborhood called Riverland Terrace. If living on a golf course in Charleston, SC area is what your heart desires please contact me and let's play a round together while looking at some homes. Search homes for sale on Golf Courses in Charleston, SC below, starting highest to lowest priced.
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Waterfront homes can consist of three different kinds in the Charleston SC: riverfront homes, beachfront homes, and then just generic waterfront properties, which are comprised of houses on a tidal creek, or lake. Charleston SC lake front homes don't really exist, but it depends on what you consider a lake, and unfortunately some real estate agents will label a pond a lake. About an hour outside of Charleston is Lake Marion and Lake Moultrie, two HUGE lakes where you can't see land in some instances if you in the middle.
Depending on how the listing agent inputs the property listing in our local MLS will dictate how your search will display results. For instance: if an agent lists a property for sale that's on a small pond, but labels it waterfront then you'll see that property, although to me it shouldn't be allowed as it's misleading and a grey area.
Properties labeled "waterfront", in Charleston SC in my opinion should be reserved for homes that are on either beachfront or deep water where a dock can be installed. The problem is that will thousands of listings there really isn't a way to police this. Waterfront homes in Charleston SC as you can imagine will range in price, but usually for "real" waterfront like most people want you're going to have to spend at least $450,000 for a small older property.
Condos: We have many beachfront condos in Charleston as well as waterfront condos that are on the harbor or river. You can sometimes find a condo in the area starting in the $250k's with water view on Folly Beach, maybe West Ashley or James Island, but most will be $350k minimum. Anything with beach views, ocean views, on the riverfront, or deep water that you find with prices under $100,000 will almost always be a fractional home ownership.