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In My Neighborhood in Mount Pleasant : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Oct 4, 2016
Vito Boscaino answered:
As of 10/04/2016 the average price per square foot in Creekside Park for properties sold within the last year is $229 per square foot. There are currently three homes for sale with an average price per square foot of $229.

Here are all the homes currently listed for sale in Creekside Park:

http://www.homesandcondoscharleston.com/search/results/?county=all&city=all&subdivision=Creekside+Park&type=res&type=con&list_price_min=50000&list_price_max=all&beds_min=all&baths_min=all&year_built_min=all&area_min=all&short_sale=all&lot_description=all&interior_features=all&exterior_features=all

Vito Boscaino
Mobile 614.571.9054
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Wed Aug 19, 2015
Michael DeLaere (Blaze) answered:
Check with the HOA. You would have to purchase a property, or already own one, in order to purchase a garage.
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Thu Jun 11, 2015
James Schiller answered:
Great neighborhood.. I show property there all the time to my clients.. There are a lot of homes that are the same floor plan done over and over which bothers me. One of my best friends lives there and loves it. Great amenities.. Here's what's for sale currently: http://jamesschiller.com/listings-mls/mount-pleasant-sc-homes-for-sale/hamlin-plantation ... more
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Mon Jul 22, 2013
Rebecca Kroseberg answered:
Hi,

I just had a meeting with the sales agent at Dunes West last week. I know it has been a while since you posted your question but the market has changed tremendously since then. Have you found something already?

Talk soon,


Rebecca Kroseberg
Carolina One
843.901.8659
rebecca@CharlestonLifestyleGuide.com
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Fri Jun 15, 2012
doggydogl80 answered:
I'm mature woman and new to Charleston. Can somebody steer me to a safe & respectable community to rent while looking for a home to purchase? I realize realtors are not supposed to SAY where but hoping to be steered in right direction towards an appropriate area. ... more
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Tue Mar 6, 2012
Cheryll Woods-Flowers ABR answered:
Dear Christine,

Thank you again for giving me the opportunity to advise you on homes in the Charleston area!

The home on Conch Street and the home in Rivertowne are completely different properties in completely different neighborhoods. The biggest difference that you would notice at once is that Copahee View has a much more rural feel on a larger lot. The home in Rivertowne Parkway is in a small lot in a neighborhood that is more formalized with a maritime village feel and higher property values as a whole.

Children in both neighborhoods attend the same schools.

I hope that this has been helpful...let me know if I can assist further!

Best regards,

Cheryll

Cheryll Woods-Flowers, Keller Williams Realty
cflowers@woodsflowers.com
843-442-2219
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Mon Mar 5, 2012
Millie Martin answered:
Hello Christine,

Rivertowne on the Wando is a beautiful community. The property in question currently has HOA fees of $900. anually, which are always subject to change. That fee covers all the common areas, and gives you access to the pool and tennis courts. Joining the golf club is optional and requires an additional membership.

If I can be of further assistance please call me at 843-830-4977 or email me at mmartin@carolinaone.com

Thanks,
Millie
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Thu Feb 10, 2011
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Ask the property management company for Dunes West. Go To: http://www.dunes-west.com/duneswest/outside_home.asp

As a homeowner you should have the convenances and restrictions for the neighborhood.

All the best,
Nancy
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Wed Feb 9, 2011
Scott Godzyk answered:
I would assume you want to install a vinyl fence but the covenants call for a wood fence only. I would tyhink it would depend if it was an active HOA or condominium, if they have a board that you can make requests for a change, i would bring a sample of the fence in for them to see, bring wood also that shows peeling paint to show vinyl is more attractive and maintenance free, ... more
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Wed Feb 9, 2011
Alan Donald answered:
If the Covenants & Restrictions have the acceptable fence materials spelled out, the BAR is just making sure you comply with them, whether it makes sense or not. Your alternatives are to fight it (in court?) or to start a movement to have the C&Rs changed for Palmetto Hall. If the BAR is dominated by owners from DW inside the gate, you may need to be political about it and talk to each of the board members to get their support individually before an HOA meeting. ... more
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