William Means Real Estate Closes Multiple Million-Dollar Listings
Oct 25, 2017 12:04PM ● Published by Emily Stevenson
The luxury real estate market has been busy throughout downtown Charleston. So far in 2017, William Means Real Estate has closed on 18 downtown properties with price tags of more than $1 million. Of those, four homes sold for more than $3 million. A luxury home at 62 S. Battery sold for more than $4.67 million, followed by 59 Church St. at $3.35 million, 22 King St. at $3.3 million and 6 Legare St. at $3.15 million.
William Means, one of the oldest real estate companies in Charleston and an exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, works closely with buyers and sellers South of Broad and throughout downtown Charleston. The firm has sold more than $1 billion in Charleston area real estate over the last 12 years, with this year following the trend of being one of the company’s most successful.
Charleston’s popularity as a tourism destination keeps it on buyers’ list of places to retire or purchase a second home. Just last week, Conde Nast Traveler readers voted Charleston the best small U.S. city for the seventh year in a row. And earlier this year, Charleston once again claimed the coveted title of No. 1 City in the United States and Canada by readers of Travel + Leisure.
“Charleston’s accolades continue to keep our city at the forefront of people’s minds as they consider second home locations and places to retire,” said Helen Geer, president and broker-in-charge at William Means Real Estate. “Our team of professional real estate agents are top producers in the area’s luxury real estate market. We’re proud so many buyers and sellers trust William Means with such an important decision.”