Sarah Vineyard

A native of Hickory, North Carolina, Sarah Vineyard graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in History and moved to Charleston thereafter. Growing up, Sarah fell in love with the Lowcountry on family vacations and while living and working here during several summers in college. She joined William Means in 2006, and sells in areas throughout Charleston and Mount Pleasant, with a particular interest in historic properties.

She is a member of the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors and was a recipient of the 2016 Realtors of Distinction award.

Sarah is passionate about volunteering and donates her time to the Dee Norton Lowcountry Children’s Center. She is also a Roper St. Francis Foundation Fellow, Class of 2013. In her free time Sarah enjoys being outside and taking in the beauty of Charleston, whether it be walking downtown and viewing the beautiful homes and gardens, taking an afternoon boat cruise down the Kiawah River, or riding bikes on the beach.


  • I have to credit the purchase of our first home completely to Sarah. We went through a lengthy closed bidding war on a house in the Old Village. Due to Sarah's precision with the paperwork and guidance in bidding we outbid over 10 other homebuyers. I cannot thank her enough. The entire process was so smooth and we now live in our dream home in our dream location.
    - Katie St. Clair, CPT, CSCS

  • We had a great experience with William Means Real Estate! We were first time home buyers and they made everything super easy. Sarah was very knowledgeable and so fun to work with!
    - Shannon Ross

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Describe a favorite Saturday afternoon in Charleston.

One of my favorite things to do on the weekends is walk the Ravenel Bridge. The views of the harbor are amazing and there is always a nice breeze, even on the hottest days.

What are your favorite features of homes and why?

Because I have a college degree in history, I am particularly drawn to the historic architecture in Charleston. I’m impressed by the beautiful moldings in historic homes and admire the craftsmanship. I enjoy interior design and appreciate the various design aesthetics when viewing properties.

What do you enjoy most about being a William Means Agent?

I enjoy working with a fantastic group of agents and staff. Our professionalism stands out in the community.

In The




  • $528,000
    5158 Celtic Drive
  • $2,658,000
    96 King Street
  • $620,000
    1701 Vassar Drive
  • $1,500,000
    310 Longshore Street Unit 621
  • $750,000
    76 Society Street Unit 23
  • $728,500
    728 N Godfrey Park Place
  • $419,590
    2130 Leopold Street
  • $1,262,500
    28 Perseverance Street
  • $4,000,000
    29 Rhetts Bluff Road
  • $334,500
    231 Fish Hawk Lane
  • $565,000
    330 Concord Street Unit Th5
  • $230,000
    2019 Basildon Road
  • $1,800,000
    159 E Shipyard Road
  • $265,000
    407 Lakeview Drive
  • $180,000
    7862 Racquet Road
  • $849,000
    4 Beaufain Street Unit 308
  • $1,365,000
    102 Queen Street
  • $1,580,000
    621 Ann Street
  • $570,000
    1306 Chardon Commons
  • $1,275,000
    82 Church Street
  • $213,000
    1555 Deenepark Circle
  • $650,000
    2204 Branch Creek Drive
  • $217,500
    2310 Assembly Drive
  • $195,000
    1450 Joy Avenue