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Luxury Home Magazine of Charleston & Lowcountry Launches with True Southern Style!

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Luxury Home Magazine, the largest publisher of market specific luxury real estate publications throughout North America, proudly announces the launch of Luxury Home Magazine of Charleston & the Lowcountry. Charleston fits all the criteria for being the perfect location to launch Luxury Home Magazine. From the watercolor mansions along the Historic Battery to the oceanside estates of Kiawah Island’s luxury golf and beach communities, there is a reason Charleston receives consistent accolades year after year by residents and tourists alike. Named “the South’s best city” by Southern Living Magazine and recently ranked by Travel + Leisure readers as the #1 city in America and Canada, and #2 in the world, Charleston is a growing city with a small-town feel, steeped in history, that allures faithful travelers back year after year. With Charleston’s rich history, impeccably landscaped gardens, and stunning waterfront views, it’s no wonder travelers ranked the city so high. It is no surprise that luxury real estate in the Charleston & Lowcountry region is some of the best in the country, if not the world. Luxury Home Magazine of Charleston & the Lowcountry is ready to showcase these incredible properties to luxury buyers and sellers all across Charleston, the region, country & globe.

The debut issue is filled with several of Charleston’s top luxury real estate specialists, each representing the finest properties for sale in the Charleston area and surrounding Lowcountry. Some of Charleston’s most exclusive communities, including South of Broad (Historic District), Mount Pleasant (I’On, Old Village), Kiawah Island, Isle of Palms, Sullivans Island, Daniel Island, and many more, will be featured in the premiere issue.

Taking a tour of some of Charleston’s luxury hot spots, we start at the # 1 ranked Island in the U.S., Kiawah Island. Here, you will find an absolutely stunning Kiawah Island retreat at 158 Nicholas Carteret Circle in Cassique where Old World charm
& elegance blend with the tranquility of an English Country retreat. This gorgeous property is a wonderful opportunity to own your own piece of this treasured island destination.  Moving just east of the Historic Charleston peninsula to the quaint family-friendly community of Mount Pleasant is a Carribean-inspired home located on a Tidal Marsh among the Live Oaks at 23 Hopetown Road in I’On. I’On is one of Mount Pleasant’s most desirable communities with shops, restaurants, trails and all the scenic beauty of the Lowcountry. A short drive from Mount Pleasant towards the coast you’ll find the exclusive communities of Sullivans Island and Isle of Palms.  29 Waterway Island Drive on the Isle of Palms is a stunning contemporary home on the Intracoastal Waterway with sweeping, gorgeous views. Relish the low country lifestyle in this remarkable contemporary home on the water.  Next we head to an award-winning community with excellent schools, parks, trails, and thriving businesses. At 1480 Wando View Street on Daniel Island, we arrive at one of the most beautiful homes for sale on Daniel Island. Enjoy panoramic views and stunning vistas of sunrises over the river and feel like every day is an escape to paradise. The last stop on our tour brings us to Historic Charleston. Whether walking along King Street, where gas lanterns flicker among the local shops and eateries, touring local museums steeped in history, or strolling along the Battery in the coveted South of Broad district, the city is vibrant and alive. At 24 Wentworth Street in Historic Charleston, is a circa 1840 three-story brick home in the Ansonborough neighborhood. This home features a large walled garden, pool & pool house.

To see even more exclusive luxury listings in Charleston & across the Lowcountry visit www.luxuryhomemagazine.com or view the digital edition, to which you can also subscribe here.

Publishers Solar & Jessica Hing are excited to bring the Luxury Home Magazine mission to life in the Charleston Luxury Real Estate market as they work with their talented team to showcase the very finest homes, product and services marketed by the top realtors, retailers and service providers in the area. “We are grateful for the opportunity to bring something to Charleston that we believe the region truly needs; to give the luxury homes, real estate specialists and businesses in the community the attention and focus they deserve.” With unmatched distribution that reaches targeted luxury buyers and sellers, Luxury Home Magazine’s market-specific, local luxury focus combined with a national & international reach has made Luxury Home Magazine the definitive luxury publication in markets from Charleston to Seattle and Hawaii to Washington, D.C. “The Luxury Real Estate market in Charleston is incredible. Luxury Home Magazine will do great things for the luxury real estate community in Charleston & we are honored and excited to be a part of it.”

Luxury Home Magazine has bridged the gap between traditional print and online media by fully embracing multiple social media outlets as part of their integrated product distribution. Follow Luxury Home Magazine on Luxury Home Magazine Blog, Facebook and Twitter (@luxuryhomemag) for constant updates on the latest in luxury real estate.

LuxuryHomeMagazine.com and LuxuryHomeMagazineBlog.com are divisions of Sunshine Publications, Inc.  Luxury Home Magazine is the leader in market specific publications showcasing luxury homes, estates and luxury lifestyles in a “coffee table magazine” format featuring beautiful photography of exceptional homes with easy-to-read layouts distributed locally, nationally and internationally through the vertical platforms of print, targeted direct mail and online digital media.  For more information, please visit LuxuryHomeMagazine.com.

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