One of the Top Ranked Cities in America
Beautiful downtown Charleston is truly a unique place in America. Perenially voted one of the best cities in America, including The World’s top city by Travel and Leisure. The Charleston Peninsula has a charm all its own. Whether strolling through the market, walking along the battery or a taking a carriage ride to hear about the history of Charleston there are activities and adventures for the local and tourist alike.
If you are looking to be a resident of the downtown scene and want to be just steps from the scenery and history then a property of South of Broad may be where you want to look. In this area you can expect to find some of the most expensive real estate in South Carolina. These grand homes can reach into the millions of dollars. Each home has its own unique history with many homes having a heritage that dates back to the civil war.
If you are looking for real estate with a little closer to civil war pricing, there are more reasonable options on the Peninsula. There are neighborhoods like Wagoner Terrace, which provides the walkability of a traditional neighborhood with a close proximity to Hampton Park and yet is just a short trip to MUSC downtown and West Ashley. For more of an urban feel check out a building like Bee Street Lofts. The lofts provide downtown big city living with a dedicated parking garage, work out facility and a secure entrance along with stunning river views. In the middle ground of all these sections is the Cannonborough neighborhood. Cannonborough is an up and coming part of downtown, just blocks from the revitalization of upper king street. From this area you can bike or even walk to some of the best eateries in the Southeast like Hall’s, The Ordinary, or The Macintosh.
Even if you end up buying in a surrounding area like James Island, Mount Pleasant, West Ashley, Johns Island, Summerville, Goose Creek or Moncks Corner it is great to know that downtown Charleston is so close to enjoy. Come visit, stay and live in one of the world’s best cities.