May ended on a high note for Justin Winter Sotheby’s International Realty, a Salem agency that handled the sale of $ 3 million of homes in Lake Keowee on two consecutive days.
Winter Sotheby’s represented the seller on May 20 in the closing of a $ 3.51 million home at 208 Deep Cove Point on the Keowee Lake Preserve, according to Western Upstate MLS. A day later, Winter Sotheby’s represented the seller in the closing of a $ 3.15 million home at 106 Prince Lane, also on the Keowee Lake Preserve.
The five-bedroom home at 208 Deep Cove Point features intricate exterior stonework, an adjacent peninsula, and nearly 180-degree views of the lake. Designed by Kevin Culhan and built in 2013 by Ron Tolley, it includes nearly 6,000 square feet of living space. The Nantucket-style five-bedroom home at 106 Prince Lane, built in 2016 by Ridgeline Builders, features nearly 300 feet of shoreline and over 5,000 square feet of living space.
Earlier in May, Winter Sotheby’s represented both the buyer and the seller in the sale of a $ 4.199 million home at 207 Sunrise Pointe Way, and represented the seller in the transaction of a 3 , $ 5 million at 104 Nine Bark Way. Both houses are also residences on Lake Keowee, where Winter Sotheby’s has been operating since 2004.
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Allen Tate appoints Colombo branch leader
Leigh Colombo has been appointed the new branch manager and broker in charge of the Allen Tate Realtors office in Greer. She replaces Virginia Henrie, who is retiring as branch manager but will remain with Allen Tate as a real estate agent.
In his new role, Colombo will oversee branch operations and lead a team of more than 25 agents and employees. An accomplished real estate professional, Colombo has been with Allen Tate since 2001, winning accolades such as Masters Circle, Winners Circle, Rookie of the Year, Branch MVP, Client Relations Associate of the Year, Insurance Partner of the Year, Mortgage Partner of the Year and outgoing reference partner of the year.
Prior to her career in real estate, Colombo worked as a college program coordinator, consultant and teacher. She received a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Florida Atlantic University.
Commercial transactions announced
Jordan Skellie, Adam Padgett and Matthew Reynolds of Lee and Associates’ office in Greenville / Spartanburg have completed a pair of deals to drive recent commercial real estate deals in the upstate.
Skellie, Principal and Senior Partner, Padgett, Principal and Executive Vice President, and Partner Reynolds represented the seller in the sale of a 95 acre development site in Landrum. The trio also represented the buyer in the sale of an 8.5-acre industrial site in Wellford.
Cardinal Commercial Properties also announced two recent transactions. The company represented THG314, LLC, by leasing an office suite from DGIF, LLC. She also represented FAFARD Inc. in the sale
of 909 Amity Road in Anderson, which is a 13.00 square foot industrial building located on 17.41 acres.
Northern businesses announce new agents
Several upstate real estate companies recently announced the addition of new agents.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner Realtors of Greenville announced the addition of Thomas Wilson Pace and Roseanna Rueda to its North Plesasantburg office, and Kensley Owens to its Simpsonville office. Pace is a University of Georgia graduate who previously ran retail stores, while Rueda comes from the IT field.
Coldwell Banker Caine recently welcomed Cynthia Jones as a residential agent to her Greenville office. Jones has also worked more recently in the computer field. Marchant Real Estate adds Christy Vogel, who recently received a veterinary degree from Clemson University. And Nest Real Estate added Kate Anderson, a New Jersey native who built a custom home on 23 acres at Fountain Inn.
Revitalization Award Candidates Wanted
The Greater Greenville Association of Realtors is seeking nominees for the 2021 Revitalization Awards, which celebrate those who have invested a lot of time and money in a property and seen it have a huge impact on an area of the community.
Eligible properties include, but are not limited to, single-family residential homes, subdivisions, commercial businesses, multi-family dwellings, public property such as parks and trails, or historic homes or monuments. The registration deadline is July 30. Contact GGAR at (864) 672-4427 for more information.
Spotlight on agents and open house announcements
Upstate real estate agents can now be listed on The Greenville Post and Courier website, as well as place free ads for open houses.
Realtors interested in being featured in The Greenville Post and Courier’s Agent Spotlight can submit their information here. The information required includes a short biography as well as contact information. A different agent will be highlighted each week on the real estate homepage.
Agents interested in placing a free advertisement for open houses can submit their information here. The ads run free for seven days on the Greenville Post and Courier open house listings.