2 Concord Street Sells for $7.3 Million

by | Mar 20, 2019

Keen Eye Marketing
In the second highest real estate transaction on the Charleston Peninsula, 2 Concord Street officially has new owners. This iconic Charleston building is unique in that it literally sits over the water, talk about views!
Originally built in 1961 as a “degaussing” station, where the Navy serviced anti-mine vessels, the home underwent substantial renovation in 2011 by Meadors of Charleston.   At that point, the home took on its current facade and interior, along with a host of green features, including geothermal walls and a full solar array.  The new owners will also enjoy an additional carriage house for guests and a private 240-foot dock, one of the largest in the Charleston Harbor.
Keen Eye Marketing worked with Helen Geer of William Means Real Estate to create a marketing package that included professional photography, aerial images, and a custom video, which generated thousands of impressions on social media and Youtube.   Congratulations to all involved in this historic transaction!