Caroline is a lifelong resident of downtown Charleston. She attended Ashley Hall School and graduated from St. Mary's High School in Raleigh, North Carolina. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from the University of Georgia. Caroline has been a Realtor® with Disher, Hamrick and Myers since 2003 and has worked with buyers from all over the country and abroad. She has listed and sold high end properties throughout the Lowcountry. Her knowledge of the Charleston real estate market and attention to detail is an invaluable resource to both buyers and sellers. This, in addition to her hard work, earned her the Charleston Real Estate Board's Realtor® of Distinction award for 2011 and 2012; she was the top selling agent at Disher Hamrick and Myers in 2011. Caroline is the current President of The Preservation Society of Charleston and also served on its Zoning and Architectural Review Committee. Through her work on this committee and earning a Master Preservationist designation, she has gained extensive knowledge of historic rehabilitation, easements and tax credits available for renovations. This has also enabled her to help clients who have an interest in purchasing property in the historic district navigate the requirements for the City of Charleston Board of Architectural Review and Zoning Board of Adjustment. Caroline is also an active member of the Gibbes Museum of Art.
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