Lisa Stine, who was raised in the Pittsburgh area, has lived in Charleston for over 32 years. She moved to Charleston in 1982 and worked as a designer on Kiawah and Seabrook Islands. Her background in interior design allows her to have a deep understanding of the philosophy of home staging, addressing house ‘hot spots’ and identifying the specifics that differentiate your home from others on the market.
Her husband, Steven Stine, has family roots in theCharleston area dating back to 1800’s. She has three children: Melanie, a Realtor; Brittany, a senior at Clemson University; and Lee, a freshman at the College of Charleston. She also has two step-daughters: Alee and Lana. She has two grandchildren: Carolyn and Ayla.
Lisa is an animal activist and loves dogs, especially her own pets: her dogs Harley and Dixie; her cat Indy; and four turtles. She volunteers at Pet Helpers on James Island, plays softball and tennis and is an active member of St. Mark United Methodist Church.
Lisa is an avid motorcyclist, riding with her husband on their Harley Fat Bob, and she also is an artist and decorative painter. She specializes in murals in homes, especially children’s rooms.