William Means Real Estate announced that its agents brokered both sides of the transaction of the highest sale on Sullivan’s Island this year. With its panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean that are arguably some of the most breathtaking on the island, 1765 Atlantic Street sold for $6,290,000. Sam Moore represented the seller and Paula Yorke represented the buyer.
“During this difficult time, it is encouraging that we are seeing continued demand for luxury properties,” said Drew Grossklaus, Sales Director and East Cooper Broker-in-Charge for William Means Real Estate. “We are seeing an increase of activity from buyers from the Northeast region of the United States. This tells us that there is interest from populous cities, especially for second and vacation homes, in areas like Charleston, Sullivan’s Island, and Isle of Palms.”
As one of the oldest real estate companies in Charleston and an exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, William Means Real Estate has sold more than $112 million in real estate so far this year.
About William Means Real Estate
Founded in 1933, William Means Real Estate is one of Charleston’s oldest real estate companies and an exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate. Established in 1995, Christie’s International Real Estate is the world’s leading expert on high-end real estate with a network of 1,000 offices in 50 countries worldwide. Helen Lyles Geer has been president and broker-in-charge of William Means since 1999. Since then, the firm has continued to evolve with the latest innovations to remain at the forefront of the area’s real estate market. William Means Real Estate has an office on Broad Street in downtown Charleston and another in Mount Pleasant to assist clients in the East Cooper area. For more information, visit charlestonrealestate.com.