Aug 03, 2022

William Means Guide to Choosing a Luxury Condominium

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Choosing a luxury condominium can be a difficult decision no matter if you are buying or renting. In an area like Charleston, there are many attractive communities to choose from when looking for a place to call home. Follow our guide to some of the most popular luxury condominium complexes and the benefits of each area.

The Albemarle. The Albemarle is an elegant five-story building surrounded by a black wrought iron security gate. This complex is situated just across the Ashley River and consists of sixty-two condos that were built in 2004 with various one, two and three bedroom floor plans. Luxury amenities include a spacious community room, fitness center and a swimming pool. Enjoy true lock-and-leave convenience and low-maintenance living in beautiful West Ashley, while having easy access to downtown Charleston and Folly Beach.

Dockside Condos. Located in historic downtown Charleston on the peninsula, you will find waterfront high-rise condominiums that were built in 1976. The Dockside Condominiums offer one, two and three bedroom floor plans to choose from. The community offers onsite property management along with an indoor swimming pool, a sun deck, social lounge, a library, elevators, a pier and a floating dock. Enjoy the privacy of living in a gated community, while also living in the bustling city of downtown Charleston.

The Bristol Condominiums. Situated on the Charleston peninsula with gorgeous panoramic views of the Ashley River, this waterfront location makes for a dream lifestyle in itself. This complex is made up of a five-story building with three stories of condominiums and two stories of covered parking. Enjoy the luxurious lifestyle with amenities that include an elevated riverfront saltwater pool, The Bristol community room, a spacious fitness center, saunas, a library and a lush courtyard and garden. Enjoy low-maintenance condo living with backyard access to a 150-slip deepwater Safe Harbor Marina, perfect for enjoying a day on the water. If you’re looking to live in downtown Charleston, The Bristol neighborhood is certainly at the top of our list.

Fort Sumter House. This Spanish Colonial-Style building was built in 1923 and is situated on King Street at the southernmost tip of the Charleston peninsula. This seven-story condo building holds forty-three units featuring historic character and a pool that overlooks The Battery. Enjoy living in the coveted South of Broad neighborhood and next to one of the city’s most popular attractions, White Point Garden, where locals and tourists enjoy walking, jogging and having a picnic.

Tides Condominiums. Sitting at the foot of the Ravenel Bridge in Mount Pleasant, you will find stunning waterfront luxury condominiums. The condo layouts consist of open floor plans with high ceilings, chef’s kitchens and large windows with stunning harbor views. Entertain guests by the marsh front pool and patio with sundecks, an outdoor kitchen and firepit. Other amenities include a light-filled owner’s retreat, a private fitness center and a dedicated pet washing station. Living in this superb location allows you to have easy access to the best spots in the Charleston area, including Waterfront Park, Shem Creek and is just a quick ride over the Ravenel Bridge into downtown Charleston.

If you’re looking for a luxury condominium in the Charleston area, one of our experienced agents would be delighted to show you why each one is special.


The Albemarle

Dockside Condominiums

The Bristol Condominiums

Fort Sumter House

Tides Condominiums

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