Pitt St Pharmacy Grilled Cheese Eating Contest! It’s on!

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Join me at the Pitt Street Pharmacy, Thursday, Oct 3rd at 6:30 pm for The Grilled Cheese Sandwich Food Challenge!   Randy Santel, professional food eater, will be pursuing his goal of winning 1000 food challenges in all 50 states and 50 countries.

The current Pitt Street Pharmacy Grilled Cheese Eating Contest Record Holder is David Hester, who ate 27 grilled cheese sandwiches on May 30, 2013.  Think about it… that’s 54 pieces of bread and cheese, not to mention, a good bit of Duke’s mayonnaise!

And Santel plans to crush this number?  We will see if he can!

Santel is founder and owner of foodchallenges.com. He has won over 779 food challenges and has over 860,000 YouTube and Facebook followers.  And although he will be eating big, he is an advocate for nutrition, fitness and personal wellness and won the  2010 Men’s Health/Spartacus Body Transformation Challenge.

The Pitt Street Pharmacy is such a staple of our community, and how fun for us to come together to watch this exciting and, well, yes.. cheesy event!  See you there!

 

 

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739 Hill St, Old Mt Pleasant, listed for $895,000- UNDER CONTRACT!

Lovely renovated home listed for $895,000.  Located on a quiet street in the Old Village/ Old Mt. Pleasant neighborhood. Home features include: *4 bedrooms, 3 baths and 2450 square feet. *Great curb appeal with a fully fenced yard, beautiful up-lit Grand Oak tree, spacious screened front porch, metal roof and flagstone patio. *Charming entry foyer with Ship Lap walls and wide-plank reclaimed Heart Pine Floors (that carry throughout the entire first floor) *Cathedral Ceiling in Living room with gas fireplace and custom mantelpiece.  UPDATE, HOME IS NOW UNDER CONTRACT!

 

 

Charleston-area Home Showings Drop for 11th Straight Month

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Interesting information from the Post and Courier, and while I must agree with the stats, I will say that working with a seasoned Realtor, who knows your market, is the key to going under contract quickly.  As an example, my most recent Old Village Listing 209 Greenwich Street, went under contract in 7 days. 

From Warren L. Wise, Post and Courier

While Charleston-area home sales are just slightly off last year’s pace through the first half of the year, home showings continue to lag.

For the 11th consecutive month, the number of people walking through doors to check out a house dipped across the Lowcountry in June.

The ShowingTime Showing Index for the Charleston region reported the number of doors being opened for prospective buyers dropped 6 percent in June. Showings have been down every month since last August and are off an average 9.4 percent over 12 months through June.

The good news is the negative showing rate has moderated in recent months from the double digits last fall and earlier this winter.

Sales are down for the year through July a scant 0.6 percent, but if more homes were available at price points people could afford, sales would be higher, according to Wil Riley of the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors.

“The rise in home prices is outpacing income growth,” he said. “In our region, the $53,000 median household income does not align with a median home price that’s climbing toward $300,000.”

Nationally, showings dipped 1.8 percent, and an official with the Showing Index said declines have moderated across much of the nation.

“Activity in the South and Midwest remains slightly slower than in 2018, though there is more buyer activity in the lower price quartiles of the market,” said ShowingTime Chief Analytics Officer Daniil Cherkasskiy. “Pricier homes continue to see less traffic compared to the same time last year.”

It has never been more important to work with a full time, professional Realtor who knows your market.  If I can help, please contact me at Jackie@TheCassinaGroup.com

 

New Art Studio on Pitt Street!

 

 

Formerly The Vault on King, Studio Shoppe is an epicenter of Art and Design, where fine craftsmanship and curated services merge to create a one-of-a-kind experience.

Situated in the beautiful Old Village of Mount Pleasant, Studio Shoppe offers 2000 square feet of signature historical beauty and unique expertise in photography, painting, furniture design, fashion and entertaining with a luxe local flavor.

This vibrant showroom, open studio and marketplace houses deluxe textiles and home furnishing from Loro Piana + luxury apparel, shoes and accessories from France, handmade gifts, and 7 creatives at work, offering original art and photography, handcrafted furnitures and a variety of specialized services.

Studio Shoppe also hosts a number of exhibitions & pop-up events with some very exciting collaborators.

Make Your Next Event SUPER COOL! Call Brian with Ice Age Ice Sculptures!

Thinking about how to take your event to the next level?  I found the secret!  Call Brian with Ice Age Ice Sculptures and let him help design something special.  He is super talented, professional and let’s face it… he’s cool  Here are some samples of his work, and to learn more, check out his website at IceAgeIceSculptures.com!

Build Your Dream Home-Vacant Lot For Sale in Old Mt. Pleasant!

1424 Pocahontas Street is now available for purchase for $550,000.  Large lot (almost a half acre) with mature trees lining the property, ready for your dream home in the highly desirable Old Village/ Old Mt. Pleasant neighborhood. Flood Insurance NOT required.  Email me for info, Jackie@TheCassinaGroup.com.

 

SAY CHEESE!!

Charleston Artisan Cheesehouse, Family-Owned and Operated by our OV/ Old Mt. P Neighbors, Pete and Heather Holmes!

Our products are hand poured, cultured, mixed, molded, salted turned and wrapped all by hand.  Our line of wholesome cheeses inspire the joy of mindfully eating and supporting local, healthy, and artisanally produced foods.  Our cheeses are all crafted and aged on location in Charleston, SC.  Our products are made exclusively using Hickory Hill Milk, a low temperature pasteurized, non homogenized pasture fed cows milk.

Collections of cheeses include, Camembert/Brie like cheeses, Cheddar Curds, Whipped cheeses, Fresh mozzarella & Burrata

Available for sale in Mount Pleasant:

  • Mount Pleasant Farmers Market
  • Whole Foods
  • Publix
  • Greenwise Publix

On the menu in Mount Pleasant:

  • Grace & Grit
  • The Grit Counter
  • Tavern & Table
  • The Obstinate Daughter
  • The Beard Cat
  • Also available at an array of local restaurants through the Low Country

Production facility and retail shop:  2457 Ashley River Rd – Suite 3 – Charleston (West Ashley)  To learn more, visit CharlestonCheeseHouse.com

And on Facebook at Charleston Artisan Cheesehouse – Twitter & Instagram: Chscheesehouse