Open Houses This Weekend In Charleston SC

Dated: August 19 2017

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The Greater Charleston Properties Team has been busy lately! We listed FIVE new homes this week and are hosting open houses for all of them this weekend! If you or someone you know is looking for a single family home or townhome in the Charleston area, don't miss these August 19th and 20th. Here's the 411:



West Ashley/Charleston


Saturday, 8/19 • 11am - 2pm • Hunt Club

892 Hunt Club Run, Charleston 29414 - 3BR/2.5ba + Bonus 4th, 3,048sqft


Sunday, 8/20 • 1pm - 4pm • Sandhurst

1954 Westminster Rd, Charleston 29407 - 5BR/5ba, 3,598sqft



Sunday, 8/20 • 1pm - 4pm • Shadowmoss Plantation

92 Toura Lane, Charleston 29407 - 3BR/2.5ba, 1,669sqft




Mount Pleasant


Saturday, 8/19 • 10am - 1pm • Royal Palms

1177 Dingle Rd, Mount Pleasant 29466 - 3BR/2 full bath/2 half bath, 2,512sqft


Summerville


Saturday, 8/19 • 11am - 2pm • Summer Wood

4601 Poplar Grove Place, Summerville 29483 - 3BR/2.5ba, 1,764sqft


***For more information or details about the Open Houses, call our office at 843.631.2463***

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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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