Realtor® Archives - Carriage Commercial Properties, Downtown Charleston, SC, Carriage

Originally from Aiken, SC, Kristopher has developed deep professional connections and knowledge of Charleston real estate over the past 25 years.

He has managed hundreds of historic properties under conservation easement, has developed and built various projects, and worked on countless rehabs and restorations, earning numerous Carolopolis awards. He has worked with scores of homeowners, architects, and contractors. Kristopher also led the turnaround of the Preservation Society of Charleston, initially as Board Chair and then as its Executive Director. He is an expert member of the President’s Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, an Adjunct professor at Clemson, and a board member of Drayton Hall. Kristopher studied Architectural History at Trinity College and obtained a Masters in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania before making Charleston his full-time home.

He has enjoying living at the beach and in numerous historic neighborhoods. He currently lives downtown with his two children and enjoys exploring Charleston’s cultural and culinary offerings. Kristopher understands how unique and special Charleston truly is. He is excited to bring his passion, experience, and knowledge to helps his clients.

Beau is a twenty-year veteran of the real estate market in Charleston. This has given him extensive market knowledge and the benefit of long-held relationships within the real estate industry.

He has represented clients in multi-million dollar transactions of multiple types of property. Whether it is an oceanfront property or a historic home in downtown Charleston, Beau has the experience and ability to successfully fulfill the real estate needs of his clients. Investment properties are also a part of his expertise, ranging from multi-family to commercial properties.  Beau fully understands the need for and how to utilize technology in assisting his clients.

Beau is a Lowcountry native and grew up on Pawley’s Island. After attending Episcopal High School and the University of South Carolina, he moved to Charleston, which has been home for the past twenty-five years. He has lived on James Island, West Ashley, Mt. Pleasant, and now resides Downtown. Living in various areas of Charleston has given him added insight for his clients. When not working, Beau enjoys family time with his wife and two children as well as being outdoors either fly fishing or hunting.


A native of Charleston, Barry has deep ties to the community and great knowledge of the city. He graduated from the Porter-Gaud School, George Washington University and received his law degree from the University of South Carolina. For the last 27 years, he owned and operated Bob Ellis Shoe Store, a King Street institution for over 65 years. With his legal education and business background, Barry is uniquely equipped to serve the needs of his clients.

Barry has been and continues to be involved in many downtown civic and community organizations. He has served on the boards of Spoleto Festival, Tidelands Bank and the Charleston Symphony to name a few. He is currently a trustee for the Historic Charleston Foundation and a member of the Mayor’s Commission on Tourism for the City of Charleston.

Barry is excited about the real estate opportunities Charleston presents and anxious to zealously assist his clients.

Olin is a native Charlestonian and a graduate of the University of South Carolina with a degree in finance/real estate. For the past three decades he has focused on selling downtown real estate, primarily specializing in historic neighborhoods such as South of Broad, the French Quarter, and Ansonborough. Recognized for his expertise and hands-on experience in selling some of Charleston’s finest homes, Olin has also been involved in commercial real estate transactions, as well as large plantation property sales. His extensive knowledge of construction and historic restoration is well known in the community.

Butler is a native of South Carolina, but before he officially planted his roots in Charleston in 2002, he lived in DC and New Orleans.  Butler is no stranger to the real estate industry, his knowledge is fluid on the Charleston market. Butler is a VA Fisher House Volunteer. Being outdoors is one of Butler’s favorite things to do – particularly hunting, fishing, and sailing.  He currently resides on James Island with his wife and two daughters.

A Charleston native, Lindsay began her career in education after earning her Master’s degree from Clemson University. Inspired by the entrepreneurial spirit of her parents, she pursued a career in real estate. Her knowledge and love of Charleston helped her to build a career that has spanned 25 years. During the majority of those years Lindsay worked for a major boutique development firm where she sold properties ranging from the Historic District to the beaches of Sullivan’s Island and Isle of Palms. Lindsay, a Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS), has been awarded Realtor of Distinction and is a past president of the Million Dollar Club.

When Lindsay is not selling real estate, she spends time with her family or traveling to interesting destinations. In addition, Lindsay is active in the Greek Orthodox Holy Trinity Church, participating in church ministries and community outreach.

A former investment analyst and stockbroker with a national firm, Marty views Charleston real estate with a discriminating eye for value. Leveraging her comprehensive knowledge of local and national markets and strong advertising background, she has produced several benchmark sales in the Charleston area. Marty gained practical experience while restoring an 1870s plantation house and outbuildings in Mount Pleasant’s historic Old Village, gaining essential insights into working with architects, review boards, and historic foundations.

Originally from North Carolina, Marty has lived in Charleston for close to thirty years. She has been active in nature conservation and political fundraising, and, as a mother of two, has enjoyed volunteer work with Porter-Gaud, Ashley Hall, and Sullivan’s Island schools. Marty lives in an 1830s house in Charleston’s Historic District.