Disher, Hamrick & Myers Makes & "Historic" Sale in More Ways than One
Posted by Liisa Sewell — July 10, 2007
Charleston, S.C. – Luxury Real Estate firm Disher, Hamrick & Myers has just closed the Historic District’s most expensive sale ever at $7.2 million. It is also the second-highest sale in the history of the Charleston MLS. This sale, along with others on the Peninsula at $4,575,000 and $3,955,000 capped off the company’s largest closing month in its 25-year history – more than $31 million in successful sales. In fact, the average sale price for homes on the Charleston Peninsula saw its highest average in history at more than $1.2 million.The city is well-known for paying meticulous attention to historic restoration along with lots of chic restaurants and haute shopping. It was just named among the top 10 cities of the United States and Canada in Travel & Leisure magazine’s Best of the World 2007.About Disher, Hamrick & MyersThe name has long been synonymous with the successful selling of luxury homes in and around Charleston. The firm was established more than 25 years ago in the Historic District and has since opened two additional offices; a Listings’ Showroom in King Street’s Antiques Shopping District and a full-service office on Seabrook Island serving the West Islands of Kiawah, Seabrook, Johns, and Wadmalaw. DHM currently has more than 35 professional Realtors on staff. For more information, visit www.dhmrealestate.com or contact their Charleston office at 843.577.4115 or their West Islands office at 843.725.1515.