The Cassina Group ends 2019 as the No. 1 boutique firm for home sales over $1 million

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Fabulous article on The Cassina Group from LowCountryBizSC

The Cassina Group, Charleston’s innovation-driven real estate firm, had a successful 2019, closing the year as the No. 1 boutique firm for home sales more than $1 million*. The firm also is ranked as the No. 1 boutique firm for home sales more than $500,000. The Cassina Group participated in 439.5 transactions in 2019 for a total sales volume of more than $284 million, placing the company in the top 1% of all companies in the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors MLS.

“We are extremely pleased with our production over the past year,” said Owen Tyler, partner and managing broker of The Cassina Group. “Our knowledgeable, professional and committed Realtors are among the best in Charleston, and we are so thankful for our loyal clients who continue to use Cassina for all of their real estate needs.”

The company participated in several note-worthy sales. Laura Rembert represented the buyers on the purchase of 2619 Bayonne St. on Sullivan’s Island, a record-breaking sale for the island selling for $7,350,000. The company also participated in the sale of five additional properties over $3 million, including 358 Ralston Creek St. on Daniel Island (Robertson Allen represented the sellers), 2319 Atlantic Ave. on Sullivan’s Island (Garrett Rust represented the buyers), 4915 Retriever Road on Wadmalaw Island (Jimmy Dye represented the buyers), 202 McCants Drive in Mount Pleasant’s Old Village (Charles McIntosh represented the buyers) and 517 King St. #14 in downtown Charleston (Stephanie Wilson-Hartzog represented the buyers).

Other notable sales for the year include:

  • 9 Johnson Road, The Crescent (Robertson Allen represented the sellers)
  • 5 Broughton Road, The Crescent (Laura Rembert represented the sellers)
  • 110 Ashley Ave., Downtown Charleston (Charles McIntosh represented the buyers)
  • 11 King St., Downtown Charleston (Robertson Allen represented the sellers)
  • 313 Station 30th St., Sullivan’s Island (Greg Boger represented the buyers)
  • 2302 Atlantic Ave., Sullivan’s Island (Garrett Rust represented the buyers)
  • 735 Olde Central Way, I’On (Meghan Webster represented the sellers)
  • 621 Pitt St., Old Village (Robertson Allen represented the sellers)
  • 112 Freeman St., Old Village (Jimmy Dye represented both the buyers and sellers)
  • 4020 Betsy Kerrison Parkway, Johns Island (Garrett Rust represented the buyers)
  • 422 Tanner Trail, James Island (Chip Eiserhardt & Heath Verner represented the sellers)
  • 720 Jim Isle Drive, James Island (Robertson Allen represented the sellers)

The company, founded in 2006 by Jimmy Dye and Robertson Allen, has offices in downtown Charleston and Mount Pleasant and consistently ranks as one of the highest-producing companies in the MLS. The Cassina Group is known as Charleston’s innovation-driven real estate firm with a proven reputation for delivering stronger results through leading-edge technology and building lasting relationships.

For more information on the company, visit www.TheCassinaGroup.com.

*Statistics pulled from CATR MLS on 2.1.2020

 

To read the entire article and learn more about The Cassina Group, click here.

Thank you to my clients! Here Are Some Of My Recent Neighborhood Sales!

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121 Freeman Street

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686 Adluh Street

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739 Hill Street

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1424 Pocahontas

I specialize my business in this market, if I can help you with real estate in The Old Village/ Old Mount Pleasant, please let me know!  And to receive a list of homes for sale or sold, visit www.SearchOldVillage.com

 

 

 

The Power Of Thor! Helping “Hammer Out” Doggy Homelessness!

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Meet Thor, winner of Red’s Ice House Pup Bowl.  Thor will be gifting his prize ($250) in appetizers and hosting an adoption event & fundraiser for LowCountry Animal Rescue.  Event will be held on Sunday, March 1 from noon-4pm at Red’s Icehouse on Shem Creek.

LowCounty Animal Rescue will have pets at the event for adoption! Everyone is welcome and we look forward to  seeing you there!

Follow the event on Facebook by clicking here! 

 

Meet Joanna with the White Gallery!

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“We are so thrilled to have relocated our gallery from Sullivan’s to our new location on the corner of Coleman Blvd and Fairmont Ave.  Our gallery is packed with unique and eclectic finds that include artwork, jewelry, vintage antiques, and more.  Looking for something special?  We have it!  And if we don’t have it, we will try to find it, because locating and repurposing treasure is our personal passion!  Stop by and check out our one-of-a kind items!  We are thrilled to bring The White Gallery to this special community! Follow us on Instagram!

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202 Pitt Street- Available For Purchase for the First Time in over 50 Years!

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HOME IS AVAILABLE FOR $2,150,000

Circa 1892, this home has withstood the test of time and is now available for purchase for the first time in over 50 years!  Known as the Hale-Seabrook house, 202 Pitt Street in one of the Old Village’s most recognizable homes.  The dignified 4400 square foot estate is a blend of old and new, and is located just steps from the Pitt Street Shopping district.  No historical feature has been removed.

Built by lumberman Harry Hale in 1892 the home was later sold to John G. Seabrook, who recognized its superior quality and vast potential.  Mr. Seabrook hired a master carpenter and contractor to renovate the home, which was lifted and repositioned to face Pitt Street.  Creating the home’s grand style, he also added the beautiful brick-lined walkway and portico, flanked by four dramatic two-story columns (which were reclaimed from a mill in Marion, SC) topped with a stunning entryway door with curved transom and sidelights.  The home has been lovingly maintained and was renovated in 2005 (kitchen/ den, etc) to reflect a modern feel while maintaining the architectural history.

The traditional floor plan features a formal living room, formal dining room, updated kitchen, adjoining den, and guest bedroom on the first floor.  The remaining 3 bedrooms are located upstairs, including the master suite and deck overlooking Pitt Street.  There is also a finished basement with a second kitchen, built in bar plus garage doors leading to an outdoor kitchen- perfect for entertaining.  You will love the traditional antique heart pine flooring, original clear cypress walls, classic crown molding, 10 foot ceilings and more!

202 PItt Street is listed for $2,150,000 by Jackie Kelly, REALTOR® with The Cassina Group.  For more details, contact Jackie@TheCassinaGroup.com or visit www.SearchOldVillage.com.

 

 

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2-Story Penthouse- 18 Broad Street- Available for $12,500,000

18 Broad Street, 8000 sq feet, located on the top two floors of The People’s Building.   Click here to view entire listing. 

1 - Copy6-18BroadStreet-KeenEyeMarketing-63 - CopyCharleston is home to some of the most stunning properties in the world, but there’s really nothing that compares to the stature and location of 18 Broad Street, also known as the Peoples Building. Nestled near the corner of historic Broad and East Bay Streets, find yourself immersed in all of the historic charm of the city and steps away from the best in southern cuisine, entertainment, and the unmatched scenery of the Holy City–Conde Nast’s Top City in the US for nine years. Unparalleled in prominence, and certainly in panoramic views, the penthouse at 18 Broad comprises the top two floors of the historic People’s Building, originally built in 1911.  For more details, contact me at Jackie@TheCassinaGroup.com

Here’s Why I Love The Turkey Day Run & Gobble Wobble Walk!

The Turkey Day Run is super fun, here are just a few things I love about it!

  • This was my first road race, back in 2019!  I have been hooked ever since!
  • What a great way to tour historic landmarks, the battery, and see tons of beautiful homes!
  • The Turkey Day Run long-sleeved t-shirts are the BEST (I am wearing the 2015 T-shirt right now).
  • The race is OVER 100 YEARS OLD!  FUN FACT!!
  • Over 8,000 participants from 35 states, Canada and Mexico
  • Walkers and runners allowed!
  • Super laid back attitude… Crisp, cool weather!
  • AND COSTUMES, DON’T LET ME FORGET TO TELL  YOU THAT PEOPLE RUN IN COSTUMES!!
  • And finally, I eat guilt-free for the rest of the day!

If you are into this kind of thing, or maybe even if you have never tried it, I highly recommend this event as a great way to start your Thanksgiving Holiday!  Hope to see you next week!

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