A native Charlestonian, Ann Bacot attended both Ashley Hall and Porter Gaud Schools. After graduating from Middlebury College in 1984, she joined The Halstead Property Company, one of Manhattan's premier real estate firms, where during her seven year tenure, she earned the accolade of youngest top producer making a record breaking brownstone sale in 1989. In 1992 she spent a year in London studying art history at Christie's while working at Bonham's Auction House, the third largest in England. She then spent two years in Ukraine with her family starting a small business before returning to Charleston and joining Daniel Ravenel Sotheby's International Realty where she has been a full time agent for almost 18 years. Ann Bacot specializes in higher end properties primarily in the historic district, Mt. Pleasant, close in West Ashley and Folly Beach where she maintains the record for highest price paid for a front beach lot. Her attention to detail, impeccable client service and very timely and concise communication have earned her a dedicated referral base. She is a Colonial Dame, a member of St. Philips Church, the Gibbes Art Gallery and the Library Society. She and her husband Belk Daughtridge reside in the historic district, while her children both attend university in Europe.