Favorite Street in Charleston
Pitt Street in the Old Village has such a good feel to it. A close second is Bedons Alley South of Broad.
Favorite Restaurant in Charleston
Can’t go wrong at Halls Chophouse for some of the best food in town. Billy Hall treats everyone like family.
Favorite Activity Outside of Work
Spending time with my family at our home in Bayview Acres in Mt. Pleasant. Playing golf with clients and friends. Getting out on the boat to enjoy views of Charleston from the water.
Favorite Local Product
Free Fly Apparel–their shirts are blended with bamboo which makes them super soft and comfortable.
Favorite Annual Event
July 4th in Charleston. We have a lot of fun going to Shem Creek and seeing all the action on the water and watching the parade in the Old Village.
Must-See Spot in Charleston
The view of the Charleston Harbor from the top of the Ravenel Bridge is unbelievable.
Grover Maxwell with Cassina Group was the utmost professional selling my property - could not recommend enough!
Grover moved to Charleston over a decade ago to earn a degree from the College of Charleston, and never looked back. Working as a seasoned real estate agent with an in-depth knowledge of the Charleston market, he provides his clients a variety of unique skills and resources to make informed decisions on buying, selling, or relocating. Clients describe him as being detail-oriented, communicative, punctual, proactive, and most of all, fun to be around.
With his background in real estate and having previously worked in commercial real estate investment sales for the industry’s largest firm, he brings a unique perspective to the buying and selling process. From navigating new and custom construction, finding an investment property or vacation home, to working with first-time home buyers, his experience is invaluable when guiding clients through the local market. Grover understands the importance of finding the right home in the right neighborhood.
Grover enjoys spending his time with his family at their home in Bayview Acres in Mt. Pleasant, playing golf, fishing, reading, and exercising. He is a proud board member of the Young Ambassadors Council for the First Tee of Greater Charleston, whose mission is to positively impact the lives of our local youth by providing structured educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.
When it comes to Charleston real estate, Go with Grover. His goal is to make the buying and selling process stress-free for his clients who have been able to count on him day in and day out.