Ann Bacon Daughtridge joins William Means Real Estate

New agent will specialize in historic Charleston, Mount Pleasant, West Ashley and Folly Beach.

Ann Bacot Daughtridge  

Real estate agent Ann Bacot Daughtridge recently joined the team at the William Means Real Estate firm in Charleston, South Carolina.

Daughtridge's specialty is higher-end properties, mostly in the historic Charleston district, Mount Pleasant, and parts of West Ashley and Folly Beach.

Active in civic pursuits, Daughtridge is a Colonial Dame, a member of St. Philips Church, the Gibbes Museum of Art, the Preservation Society of Charleston and the Charleston Library Society.

She and her husband, Belk, live in the historic district. Their children attend university in Europe.

Daughtridge attended both Ashley Hall and Porter Gaud schools. After graduating from Vermont’s Middlebury College in 1984, she joined The Halstead Property Company. She spent three years in the Ukraine starting a small business before returning to Charleston, where she has been a full-time real estate agent for 20 years.

“Ann Bacot’s attention to detail, impeccable client service, and very timely and concise communication have earned her a dedicated referral base,”  Helen Geer, broker-in-charge at William Means, said. “Plus her long-time ties to Charleston and involvement in the community make her a perfect fit for our team of agents.”

Founded in 1933, William Means Real Estate is one of the oldest real estate companies in Charleston.

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Charleston Library Society Gibbes Museum of Art Halstead Property Company Middlebury College Preservation Society of Charleston St. Philips Church William Means Real Estate

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