Charleston Voted Number 1 City In US For 3rd Year Straight

Dated: July 9 2015

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Charleston has done it again!  There are hundreds of dazzling and diverse destinations all over the country that preserve their history, press on to revamp communities that are undervalued, and have their own nuances and personalities that stand out among other metropolises. We have an amazing city, and it's no surprise that Charleston has been voted Number 1 City in the US for the 3rd year straight.

Whether you're a Charleston native or have just passed through, the best destinations are captivating cultural centers that just can't be cloned.

According to Travel + Leisure's 2015 Top 10 List, Charleston is Number 1.  As the oldest city in South Carolina, why would it not? We've got beaches, golf, beautiful jasmine-fringed neighborhoods, historic battlegrounds, glittering coastal waterways, rivers and tidal creeks, plantations, fine arts and award-winning restaurants.

And to top it off, in the midst of a tragedy making national headlines, our community rises above and joins hands together for good.

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Dan Lorentz

About Dan Lorentz, ABR, CRS, Founder & Team Leader of Greater Charleston Properties: Founder and Team Leader of the Greater Charleston Properties Team, Dan Lorentz, has lived in the Charleston, SC ....

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