What Kind Of Charlestonian Are You?

Kiawah, Seabrook, Sullians Island, Isle of Palm, Folly Beach
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Old Village, I'On, Carolina Park, Daniel Island
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South of Broad, French Quarter, Ansonborough, Harleston Village
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Ocean Park, Charleston National, Dunes West
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Sea Island
James Island, Johns Island, Wadmalaw Island, Edisto
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Elliotborough, Wraggborough, Radcliffeborough, East Side, Hampton Park, Waggoner Terrace
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Living in Charleston isn't so much about a location as it is about a lifestyle. From a beachfront cottage with sand on the porch, to a sea island plantation surrounded by live oaks, living in Charleston is the stuff dreams are made of. Make yourself at home... and let the good life begin.


Shouldn't a Sunrise Walk include sand between your toes?

For those who desire a beach lifestyle, each of Charleston's barrier islands has a distinctive vibe all its own and, with miles of sand & surf and expansive beachfront homes to choose from, you'll love exploring them all.

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Is your 'happy hour' spent with sweet tea on a porch swing?

There is a certain nostalgic feel that comes along with life in a lowcountry cottage. These are days spent on deep front porches with a tall glass of sweet tea and a chat with the neighbors. There's an old-fashioned feel with white picket fences covered in Carolina jasmine, nights filled with fireflies and 4th of July parades.

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Discover the wonder of a place filled with history's yesterdays

From elegant, centuries-old mansions in historic downtown areas like South of Broad or the French Quarter, to ancient plantation homes with sweeping grounds and drives lined with live oaks, Charleston and its surrounding waterways provide a lifestyle rich in American history.

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When your Monday morning meeting means a foursome on the 1st tee

Charleston is known as a golfer's paradise. Its semi-tropical climate means golfers can be on the course every day of the year. This lifestyle is rich with resort amenities that round out the days of tennis, dining and social events.

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Sea Island

Because your tackle box is more important than your inbox

Egrets, storks, and herons wade in tidal waters amid a maze of creeks that wind their way to the coast. Fishing, crabbing, and kayaking mark the laid back lifestyle provided on these beautiful Sea Islands.

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When stargazing from the rooftops includes sweeping views of the harbor

The choice of those who love the buzz of Charleston's Upper King District and access to the trendiest cafes & coffee shops. Whether in a stylish pied-à-terre or a modern loft, this is a downtown Charleston walk-everywhere lifestyle.

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The Latest From LSG


All Great Ideas Start with a Spark!

All around the Charleston area, smart people did incredible work in 2015 and every year the American Marketing Association acknowledges the best marketing campaigns with their Spark Awards. Luxury Simplified was awarded "Best Inbound Marketing," but we didn't just stop there … we were named Finalists in "Best Corporate Blog" and "Best Non-Traditional Marketing" too!


Bringing the Gadsden House Back to Life

The Historic Charleston Foundation has presented us with the prestigious Robert N.S. and Patti Foos Whitelaw Founders Award. The Whitelaw Founders Award was established to recognize citizens whose work embodies the spirit of achievement and high expectations that were the highlight of the Whitelaws’ efforts in preservation.


Being 40 Never Felt Better!

As a fledgling company with a big agenda, when we first opened our doors on 95 Broad Street in March of 2013, we didn't have any idea where we would be nearly 3 years later. In 2015 Charleston Magazine named Luxury Simplified as one of the "40 Most Dynamic" companies in the area.

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