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Quality of Life in Charleston : Real Estate Advice

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Sun May 28, 2017
Audwincumbee answered:
Run from this place!! Major construction work taking place and if you encounter any issues the front office will not assist and everyone points fingers and will not take responsibility of anything. ... more
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Tue Oct 4, 2016
Vito Boscaino answered:
You have many options for a two bedroom residence in the Charleston area. Here is a link that can get you started:

http://www.homesandcondoscharleston.com/search/results/?county=all&city=all&list_price_min=50000&list_price_max=all&beds_min=2&baths_min=all&type=res&type=con

Vito Boscaino
Mobile 614.571.9054
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Wed Dec 31, 2014
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Tue Aug 5, 2014
Travis Carter answered:
Hey Cc,
Not sure if you're still looking for a rental at Mira Vista. There appears to be one unit available at the property that meets your criteria. If I can be of help to you, feel free to give me a call at 843-906-2280. ... more
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Tue Jul 15, 2014
Fbauerle answered:
Please call the city and speak with florence peters the city may have a great program for you.
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Wed Jul 24, 2013
Landon Kail answered:
There are only 4 homes left in that community. A friend of mine works for Sabal homes and said they are going quick. Sabal is increasing the price by $5000 per each remaining unit as of this week due to the demand. So if your interested in this community still, you might want to check it out before the initial offering is over. ... more
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Tue Jan 31, 2012
Chs.mom answered:
If you end up renting there make sure you are on the top floor. The bottom units can be quite noisy.
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Thu Jun 23, 2011
Jake answered:
I currently rent a condo at Mira Vista on the second floor. The complex itself is pretty in terms of landscaping but the floor is not well insulated. I feel like I hear every step that the person above me makes. She has a large dog and at times it sounds like an elephant running across the floor. So, I would agree with the other poster that I would live on the top floor if at all possible. It has even woke me up at night with the person above me jarring the ceiling walking around. ... more
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Sun Jun 6, 2010
Joye Ridgeway answered:
Relatively speaking, it's just a hop-skip-and-jump, of course depending on time of day. Certain times of day, everywhere is congested. visit link for interactive map of Charleston area. ... more
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Mon May 24, 2010
Michael Schumpert answered:
Here's a link which has all current Mira Vista listings. It's a rotating list with new listings added and solds coming off...
Good Luck!
Michael
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Mon Apr 27, 2009
Teresa Cooper answered:
Hello, Brownde3,

There is 1 one bedroom unit available, and 1 two bedroom unit available. Click the web link below for more information. I'll be glad to assist you if you have any other questions, or would like to look at other nearby communities. Best of luck to you in your anticipated move to Charleston! ... more
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Wed Nov 26, 2008
Randall Sandin answered:
Robbie - here is some info on Harleston Village, hope it helps you out. Randall Sandin, Carolina One, 843-209-9667

Originally developed in 1770, Harleston village is a convenient , historic address in peninsular Charleston. This pleasant mix of antebellum houses and upscale modern townhouses is situated on the site of the first golf club in America, and a congenial community atmosphere still prevails. Surrounding the shady blocks of Harleston Village are the prestigious College of Charleston, South Carolina’s Medical University complex, and historic Cannon park and Colonial Lake.

Many of the old homes were built from the wealth of early 19th century rice mills that lined nearby Ashley River, and some of Charleston’s finest Italianate, Regency and Georgian architecture is featured in such noteworthy examples as the Blacklocke and Jenkins-Mikell houses and the College of Charleston’s Randolph Hall.

The sidewalk stroll is the preferred means of transportation along these quiet streets, where neighbors gather for morning cappuccino at corner cafes or late -afternoon cocktails on garden piazzas. Only a few blocks from the King Street retail district, the stylish restaurants of the City market, and the yachts and sailboats of the Charleston Marina, Harleston Village offers easy access to all the pleasures and necessities of the good life.
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Fri Nov 14, 2008
Randall Sandin answered:
Hi Dallas - I spoke with a few of our clients who purchased in the neighborhood and they have had very little issues. The big is to have a buyers agent working for you with Portrait. We were able to get additional incentives from them that they were not offering in their advertising. If I can be of assistance, please call me at 209-9667. Thanks, Randall Sandin, Carolina One Real Estate ... more
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