Philip Bradley is a Broker with McKee Properties.
A native of Charleston, SC, Philip spent his childhood summers in Cashiers with his parents and grandparents beginning in 1976. Three generations of his family have made memories in Cashiers and Highlands over the last 100 years.
At a Glance
- Third-generation Cashiers resident
- Proud alumnus of Clemson University
- Real estate professional for 19+ years
When Philip graduated from Clemson University, he purchased an old cabin on Lake Glenville that he renovated and made his own. After years of spending more and more time in this special place, he decided to make Cashiers his second home.
In 1997, Philip became an insurance agent with Allstate Insurance Company and located his agency in Mt. Pleasant, SC. He has more than 20 years of professional insurance experience and brings that expertise to the McKee Properties team. He is also securities licensed in SC, serving his customer’s financial needs.
In 2002, Philip earned his SC real estate license and formed his own company, Brown Dog Realty, LLC, a boutique real estate firm based in Charleston. Over the years, he has helped many friends and family find their own perfect vacation home, whether it be on the coast or in the mountains.
Philip has long been involved in many charities involving historic preservation, including serving for 10 years on The Charles Towne Landing Foundation in Charleston. He has been a consistent supporter of The Human Rights Campaign, Pet Helpers and the Ryan White Foundation at Roper St. Francis. In Cashiers, he is a member of The Village Green, Friends of Lake Glenville and The Cashiers Historic Foundation.
Philip and his partner, Drew English, enjoy antiquing for treasures, Clemson football, gardening and traveling. While in the mountains they enjoy hiking with their Boykin Spaniel, boating on Lake Glenville and entertaining family and friends at their home.
Get to Know Philip
What is your favorite thing about the Cashiers area?
I have always said, you will come to the Cashiers/Highlands area for the weather, but you will fall in love with it because of the people. There is something special in these mountains, and those who come here experience that magic.
What is one of your favorite Cashiers-area memories or traditions?
I have been coming up to the Cashiers area with my family since I was seven years old. Every Thanksgiving, we hunt our Christmas trees together. If you ask anyone in my family, they’ll say there’s an art to it!
“Philip did a wonderful job for us and succeeded where others had repeatedly failed. Professional, sincere and effective. Could not have asked for a better relationship, and would highly recommend him.”
– Bob P.