Hunter Quinn HomeSights brings our most popular floor plans out of our neighborhoods and into yours. Whether the classic coastal charm of our lowcountry plan series or the rustic appeal of our coastal farmhouse plan series, your vision of home is within reach.
Charleston, South Carolina is known for its world renowned shopping and dining, strong local economy, European charm, nationally recognized historic sites, and premiere beaches. A city that is rich in history and culture, Charleston has been a popular area to visit and to live since its founding more than 300 years ago. It's no wonder that after walking its cobblestone streets, shopping its 19th century storefronts on King Street, boating in its harbor, or touring its distinguished homes, many tourists decide they want to relocate to our gorgeous city.
Few areas on the east coast offer such a range of things to do. Whether you want to take the family to a Charleston Riverdogs minor league baseball game, play a round of golf at one of the twenty-two golf courses in the area, sample wines at Irvin House Vineyard, go fishing or crabbing in the marshes, visit the South Carolina Aquarium, learn to surf at the beach, watch a local theater production at the famous Dock Street Theater, or grab local produce at the Farmers Market, Charleston offers something for everyone.
I worked with John McNeil from Pinnacle Financial Partners& he was everything that I could have asked for as a mortgage advisor. He was timely with all of this emails, calls, and paperwork, he took the time to explain things to me, and he always answered my questions even as he worked from home because of Hurricane Dorian.