ChiroIQ Now Located at 419 Hibben St!

Chiro iQ pairs the latest chiropractic technologies with the best modalities and therapies to help you live your best life now and promote long-lasting wellness at the same time. From advanced energetic scans and laser sculpting to chiropractic back relief, they have the tools and expertise ready to optimize your health!  They are also adding yoga classes and health events in the near future!

And now ChiroIQ is announcing their new location in the Old Village!  Come visit Dr. Ross and Cindy Livingston RN,LMT at 419 Hibben St.  Ms. Khaki and all the staff hope to see you soon!

ChiroIQ
419 Hibben Street
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

843.766.4444

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The Blue Porch Ceiling Mystery Solved!

When touring homes, one can’t help but notice this “uniquely Charleston” trend- the light blue porch ceiling!  Many assume it is meant to represent the color of the sky, but there is more to the tradition than meets the eye.

It’s no coincidence. You can find “haint blue” all over Charleston, whether on some of the most historic houses on the Battery, or new construction communities in Mt. Pleasant…  So, what’s it all about?

According to Charleston FYI:

Now mimicked by paint companies, the first-ever “haint blue” is said to have originated in Gullah Culture in the Carolinas hundreds of years ago. The Gullah Geechee people painted their doors, window frames, shutters, and their porch ceilings as a means of protection. The light blue is believed to have the power to protect homeowners by chasing away evil spirits or ghosts. While many hear this and are quick to judge, no one should be so certain in a city known for its historic, haunted streets.

Even for those that don’t believe in the spirits, the light blue also brings a charming touch to any porch. It is also said that blue paint is believed to keep bugs and birds from nesting. The blue resembles the color of the sky, a place bugs and birds wouldn’t naturally settle or nest.

Whether or not you believe in the evil spirits that may be roaming around the cobble-stone streets of Charleston, the shade known as “haint blue” can add a charming and peaceful accent to any porch, even outside of the Lowcountry. The next time you’re wandering around Downtown Charleston, remember to look up at the porch ceilings to witness true Lowcountry culture.

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WHERE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD?!

Lacy Bryant was the first to write in with the correct answer! These are the singing characters at the Pickled Palate located at 411 Hibben Street.  Congrats to Lacy, who won a gift card to Vintage Cafe.  Thank you to everyone who participated in the Village Connection “Where in the Neighborhood” game!

 

Just Sold: 121 Freeman Street, Old Village

I had the pleasure of representing the buyers of this lovely Old Village home! I love the simplistic design and all the natural light featured throughout. It’s a real beauty and check out that back yard!!!  Awesome!!!!!!

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121 Freeman Street closed on February 15, 2019 for $1,199,000.

If I can help you sell your home, please contact me today.  I have been selling in the neighborhood for years, and happy to provide you with a clear, concise plan to get your home closed!  Jackie@TheCassinaGroup.com

Open House! Sat. Feb. 2 from 1-3pm: 1331 Lonnie Circle, Old Mt. Pleasant

Here is your chance to tour 1331 Lonnie Circle in Old Mt. Pleasant!

Saturday, 2/2 from 1-3pm.  This charming home is now available for $674,000

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 Features include:

*4 bedrooms/3 baths

*Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, brand new Samsung Duo Flex oven, granite countertops and Travertine backsplash

*200 square foot front porch and pergola

*300 square foot screened back porch with vaulted ceiling, perfect for entertaining

*Fully fenced backyard, with side yard gate providing easy access for your boat and golf cart

*Backyard includes large deck and patio in addition to the screened porch

 

Open House brought to you by William Barnwell, Realtor, The Cassina Group. Contact William@TheCassinaGroup.com  for details.

A Sight to See on the FOURTH!

Wondering where to watch the fireworks on the 4th? We’ve got you covered!

Mt. Pleasant:

What:  Uncle Sam Jam 

Where: Mt. Pleasant Pier

When:  7pm-11pm 

Enjoy live music from Ellen Drive! Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at the gate, children 3 and under are free. Only 800 tickets will be sold so best to purchase in advance. No outside alcohol, coolers, food, or pets allowed. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. For more information, click here.

 

Sullivan’s Island:

Annual Independence Day Celebration in the Park on Sullivan’s Island
When:
4:30pm Celebration Begins with a Live Band
9pm Fireworks Finale
Where:
J. Marshall Stith Park (2056 Middle Street. Next to Town Hall and the Fire Station)
Bring your own lawn chair or blanket, sunscreen and bug spray.
Leave your pets, alcohol, coolers, and fireworks at home please.
Isle of Palms:
Head on over to front beach on the Isle of Palms (1300 Ocean Blvd)!
The fireworks starts at 8pm and end at 9pm.
HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY FOURTH!

 

Old Village Home, Garden and Art Tour

JOIN US FOR OUR 10TH AND FINAL,

OLD VILLAGE HOME, GARDEN & ART TOUR,

APRIL 30, 1-5PM      

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All good things must come to an end so this will be our final tour.  If you have never experienced it,  now is your chance!  If you’ve visited before, come back to see new properties this year! Tour private homes and lush gardens of the historic Old Village, sample delicious foods offered by local chefs, and view local art.  Tickets are $45 and all proceeds support the programs and services of the American Red Cross. To purchase tickets visit redcross.org/schometour or call 843-480-4232