Welcome to Charleston, South Carolina.

We are experts in luxury real estate.

Let us help you find your perfect home.

It doesn't take long to find out why Charleston is one of the best places to own real estate.  Whether you are buying waterfront property, a first home, second home or investment property, the climate and lifestyle, with cultural and recreational amenities combined with first rate medical facilities and a strong business environment make Charleston a great place to live, work, vacation or invest..  Read our blog about living and investing in Charleston.


Beverly Gabriel is an expert in luxury oceanfront, harborfront and riverfront condominiums in the Charleston area.  Some of the properties that they represent are The Village at Wild Dunes, Bristol on the Ashley, Reverie on the Ashley, Riverside on the Wando, The Tides on Charleston Harbor and the Renaissance on Charleston Harbor.  Read about Roe and Beverly Gabriel and let them put their experience and understanding of this real estate market to work for you.



Define your style... Location is important. Charleston, Isle of Palms, Sullivan's Island, Folly Beach or Mount Pleasant..    Please take your time to preview our Charleston Real Estate Gallery and look through our Charleston MLS.  If your are thinking of selling, these listing will help you get an idea of what your home may be worth.  Contact me for more detailed information and market analysis.


Visit our Events at a Glance Page to plan your weekend in Charleston or Links We Love in on our Charleston Coast page has restaurant menu's,  newspapers, the Charleston Visitor's Center complete calendar, tides and weather and more.


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Beverly Gabriel

1400 Palm Blvd

Isle of Palms, SC 29451



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