Meet Sam Moore
As a native Charlestonian, Sam Moore understands what makes the Lowcountry so special. He has resided in the Holy City for more than 40 years and is uniquely qualified to share his perspective on downtown Charleston to Mount Pleasant and Sullivan’s Island to Isle of Palms. From his years at the College of Charleston to purchasing his first family home in Mount Pleasant, Sam has experienced nearly every corner of Charleston. For nearly 10 years, he has lived on Sullivan’s Island with his two daughters and their chocolate lab “Sulli.”
A lover of all things outdoors, Sam has an appreciation for the islands, waterways and beaches that formed his union with the city and ultimately led him to real estate. As both a resident and realtor on Sullivan’s Island, he offers an in-depth and unique understanding of the local island market. From deep water and beachfront properties to family-friendly neighborhoods, Sam believes the Lowcountry offers something for everyone and every family.
Whether you are looking to buy or sell a home, Sam will give you the VIP service and attention you deserve. If you are prospecting for vacation homes or are newcomers to the area, Sam provides an unparalleled experience, ensuring his clients have up-to-date market data and knowledge of trends throughout the Charleston area. Together with William Means, Sam works in earnest to negotiate the best purchase price for his buyers and bring the highest offers to his sellers.
Sam sincerely enjoys connecting with his clients, seeking to understand not only the type of home where they envision living but also the lifestyle they desire in their new neighborhood. Sam takes the most pride in acting as the true compass point to help clients explore their options and ultimately find the home that will be their treasure for years to come.
What is your favorite part about Charleston?
My favorite part about Charleston is the people. As a native, I have witnessed a truly unique culture made of generosity, charm, perseverance and love for the Holy City. Charleston is blanketed with many great historical and architectural masterpieces dating back hundreds of years. There are countless award-winning restaurants and hotels to experience. However, it’s the people that make Charleston one of the best places in the world to live.
What do you think sets you apart as an agent?
Honesty, knowledge, responsiveness, and negotiation skills.
What is your favorite restaurant?
High Thyme Cuisine on Sullivan’s Island is hands down a great local find. For hors d'oeuvres order the mussels in garlic chili coconut broth and then it’s on to the pan-seared mahi-mahi with jalapeño grits. Lowcountry cuisine at its finest. When you are finished, head on over to Home Team BBQ for a local favorite “Gamechanger,” if you dare!