IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Downtown Charleston is an iconic destination whose fame predates America’s independence. From its complicated past to its complimentary present, Charleston majestically marries ancient architecture with current culture. In fact, Travel + Leisure magazine recently voted Charleston the number one city in the world and the friendliest city in the nation. Residents living in downtown Charleston range from the well-heeled, affluent socialite to the starving, talented street artist. Albeit on a much quainter scale, Charleston is similar to New York City in that downtown neighborhoods each possess their own personality. Of course, the common thread of all downtown Charleston neighborhoods is that they proactively preserve the historic homes and vehemently protect against mega commercialization.
At the tip of the peninsula, stately homes along Charleston’s Battery, Church Street, Colonial Lake, and all the cobblestone streets South of Broad are the most expensive and prized treasures of real estate some of which dates back to the mid 1700’s. Here, horse-drawn carriages have the right of way as they carry tourists along Charleston’s historic landmarks. A quintessential and quiet area, the South of Broad mansions range in price from $2 million to more than $10 million. One and two bedroom condos or carriage homes begin in the low $700s. Waterfront estates South of Broad offer direct views of Fort Moultrie and the Sullivan’s Island Lighthouse. Facing the Cooper River, the neighborhood of Ansonborough and Mazyck-Wraggborough boast waterfront property with view of Fort Sumter, Patriots Point, and the Ravenel Bridge. On the west side of the Peninsula, swanky new neighborhoods like Harleston Village are the perfect fit for families who want a suburban feel in a downtown setting. Another family-friendly area is Wagener Terrace, a traditionally older neighborhood that has recently witnessed an influx of younger families who purchase with intent of renovating the interior of the home. College of Charleston students typically enjoy the condos, townhomes, and Charleston single homes in the Cannonborough / Elliotborough or Radcliffeborough sections, which skirt around Charleston’s hub of hip restaurants and bars. The up and coming section of NoMo (North of Morrison) presents homebuyers the opportunity to purchase a Charleston single home within walking distance to popular restaurants such as Taco Boy, Lewis BBQ, Home Team BBQ, and Leon’s Oyster Bar.
Further inland, Charleston’s little sister, Summerville, boasts a historic downtown district and maintains a small-town allegiance. Though the outskirts of Summerville have grown tremendously, the azalea-lined, Antebellum-style homes and businesses on Main Street have remained unchanged. On Saturdays, downtown Summerville residents enjoy walking to the Farmer’s Market for breakfast, stopping by South Carolina’s oldest pharmacy, Guerin’s Pharmacy (1871), for a root beer float, and then heading to Simmons Barber Shop to talk about Friday night football.
Located between downtown Summerville and downtown Charleston, Hanahan is another popular urbanesque lifestyle. With recent improvements to Park Circle, residents in nearby neighborhoods such as Oak Terrace Preserve, Horizon Village, and Graco Park are able to walk to dinner. Park Circle is quickly becoming a trendy spot for Millennials, who appreciate the eco-friendly design and new construction, green homes. Additionally, Park Circle development is convenient to downtown Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, and the Charleston International Airport.
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221 Hodge Rd
Summerville, Sc 29483
Approximately 300 Acres Of Entitled Industrial Land Within The Jedburg Industrial Area Between I-26 / Jedburg Road And I-26 / Nexton Interchange Is Ideally Located To Capture Growing Demand Stimulated By The Increased Movement Of Goods Through The Port Of Charleston And Accommodate Manufacturing Facilities For Aviation, Automotive Or Other Industrial Uses. Approximately 25 Miles To Port Of Char...
32 Legare Street
Charleston, Sc 29401
Legare Street's Oldest Residence Known Locally As ''the Sword Gate,'' Was Built In 1803 And Is Located On High Ground In A High Ae Flood Zone. This Federal Style Residence Is Privately Nestled Behind Its Famous Front Gates Which Were Originally Commissioned For The City's Guard House But Rejected Because The Proposed Price Was Too Steep. Sword Gate Was Originally Constructed By Solomon Legare, ...
450 Strathmore Road
Summerville, Sc 29486
Vacant Land Currently Zoned Agricultural On The Frontage Road Off Interstate 26 And Less Than 1 Mile To The New Volvo Interchange And Manufacturing Site. In Addition , It Is Connected To Jedburg And I 26 Interchange. . Great Opportunity For Industrial, Retail, Hospitality In A Rapidly Growing Section Of The Charleston Area.
Seller Will Consider Subdividing The Property And The Is Motivated ...
68 Braswell Street
Charleston, Sc 29405
68 Braswell Street Presents A Unique Opportunity To Purchase An Extremely Rare 7.9 Acre Commercial Waterfront Site. The Property’s Location Allows For A Multitude Of Potential Uses, Including But Not Limited To Marina/dry Stack, Hotel, Multifamily, Office, And Retail. The Surrounding Magnolia Site Is The Largest Development Tract Available On The Charleston Peninsula. The City Of Charleston Pro...
311 Huger St
Charleston, Sc 29403
+/- 43,639 Sqft Of Open Warehouse With 5 Dock High Loading Docks, +/- 1,500 Sqft Of Office, And Wood Barrelled Roofs. Dock High Loading With Four 8x8 Overhead Doors Across The Front Of The Building. Clearance Is Approx. 16'. Column Spacing Is Approx. 50' X 16'. Fenced-in Storage Around The Side, Building Is Sprinklered. Great Location On The Charleston Peninsula Between Meeting & King! Great ...
Meeting And Woolfe St
Charleston, Sc 29403
Approximately 1.1 Acres Of Vacant Land In Prime Downtown Charleston Located On The Corner Of Meeting And Woolfe St.
This Property Can Go Up To 8 Stories - The Portion Directly On Meeting St Can Go Up To 5 Stories.
Property Is Currently Split Zoned Between Gb And Li. The General Business (gb) District Allows A Broad Range Of Commercial Uses And Activities. It Is The Most Intensive Commercial ...
35 Prioleau St
Charleston, Sc 29401
This Property Is An Existing Restaurant/special Event Venue. The Property Includes An Historic 3-story Masonry Building Originally Built In 1814. The Entire Property Was Completely Renovated In 1995 For The Existing Tenant. Building Location Sits In The Exclusive “french Quarter” Area Of Downtown Charleston, Just Off Of East Bay Street & Vendue Range. Property Has A Prominent Tenant Is In Place...
Hwy 17 N
Mount Pleasant, Sc 29466
The Subject Site Offers Approximately 364"+/- Of Frontage Along Highway 17 N With Access To The Property From Brickyard Parkway, An 840 Home Subdivision, And 2 Entrances On Highway 17 N. The Traffic Count Along This Corridor Is 38,300 Vpd. Other Retailers In The Vicinity Include: Carraba's, The Shoppes At Brickyard, Cvs, Walgreens, Walmart, Kohls, Chick-fil-a, Mcdonald's, And More. Majority Of ...
1610 Sam Rittenberg Blvd
Charleston, Sc 29407
+/- 109,780 Sf Shopping Center On +/- 8.95 Acres Of Land Located At The Corner Of Sam Rittenberg Blvd. And Ashley Hall Road. Ideal For Future Redevelopment.
00 Latroy Avenue
Mount Pleasant, Sc 29464
A Stunning Site For Future Development! Marshfront, Majestic Oaks, And A Parklike Setting! This Property Is Comprised Of A Total 20 +- Acres In Central Mount Pleasant Off Long Point Rd, Located Close To Shopping, Schools, And Restaurants. Zoned S3 Residential (charleston County). Also Included In The Sale Are Plats, Tms# 556-00-00-430 (1770 Latroy Ave) 1.83 Acres, With A 3800 Sf House, Built In...
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