Richard, a native Charlestonian with a degree in business administration from The Citadel, has been selling residential real estate for more than twenty-five years.
The founder of Halsey Cannon Boat Yard, Richard is deeply connected to the community in which he lives. His knowledge of real estate and the Lowcountry provide potential clients with the necessary information when buying or selling real estate. Richard lives in the Historic District with his wife, Kay, and their two children, Ashley and Sallie.
- The Halsey Cannon Boatyard
- The Citadel
- Favorite Charleston-area outdoor space or thing to do?I restore antique classics in my spare time. I just recently restored and sold a 1966 GTO convertable, and my next project is restoring the Halsey – a 12″ wooden craft boat, my father originally built in the 1950s. Sallie is looking forward to helping me.
- Favorite cultural activity?The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) is my favorite activity that Charleston hosts. Being out in nature has always been inportant to me.
- Favorite color?White, because it always looks fresh.
- Favorite Charleston-area eatery/bar?Hall’s Chophouse is my favorite restaurant in Charleston. The attention the Hall family pays to their customers’ every need is something I value and understand. Family businesses are special things.
- What does the world not know about Charleston that they should?Charleston is a small town that lives big. It has many sophisticated cultural activities while maintaining its laidback way of life.
- If you could have any superpower, what would it be?Converting 20/20 hindsight into 20/20 foresight.