North Charleston Real Estate

Historically, North Charleston is best known for its military muscle, which dates back to the early 1900s when the U.S. Navy purchased Chicora Park and developed the Charleston Navy Shipyard. From 1901 until its closing in 1996, the Shipyard and Naval Base provided numerous jobs, financially fueled the economy, and moved numerous residents to the region. Today, North Charleston commerce continues to propel the region into a prosperous metropolis and solidify its status as an industrial hub. Maintaining its military reputation, the Joint Charleston Base manages three seaports, two civilian airfields, and many miles of railroad and coastline. Additionally, the Joint Base trains naval nuclear operators, supports airdrops and air lifts, and provides warfighter support. Nearby, the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR) provides authoritative technical support and design for military commands. Other North Charleston based businesses like Boeing, West Rock Corporation (formerly Mead Westvaco), Southern Industries, Detyens Shipyard, and Keystone Automotive all contribute to the economic wealth of the greater Charleston region. Read More

Market Snapshot

Total Listings: 216
Average Price: $426,339
Highest Price: $1,800,000
Lowest Price: $170,000

 

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4707 Holbird Drive

North Charleston, Sc 29405

$1,800,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 3,128 SqFt

Welcome To This Exquisite Waterfront Residence On 5 Acres Of Deepwater. Upon Arrival, You'll Be Greeted By A Custom-built Home Boasting A Sprawling Front Porch, Ideal For Savoring Your Morning Bre...

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4858 Lambs Road

North Charleston, Sc 29418

$1,495,000

  • 5 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 2,484 SqFt

This Short Term Rental Nestled On The Banks Of The Majestic Ashley River And Overlooking The Serene Waterfowl Refuge Of Magnolia Plantation, Is An Exquisite 5-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom Residence Offer...

4601 Apple St

North Charleston, Sc 29405

$1,295,000

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 1,870 SqFt

Come Home To Your Dream Deep-water Waterfront Retreat On The Ashley River! This Captivating Elevated Home Is A Rare Gem, Offering An Unparalleled Lifestyle That Seamlessly Blends Southern Charm Wi...

4195 St Johns Avenue

North Charleston, Sc 29405

$1,249,000

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • 2 Half Baths
  • 2,352 SqFt

Welcome To Your Dream Home In Park Circle! This Custom-built Charleston-style Home Sits On A 0.24-acre Double Lot, Blending Southern Architecture With Modern Luxury. The Picturesque Facade, Framed...

4637 Bonnie Marie Way

North Charleston, Sc 29405

$1,050,000

  • 6 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 3,584 SqFt

Large Rooftop Deck With Ashley River Views! 35 Foot Private Boat Slip * Looking For A Distinctive Multi-generational Residence Nestled Along The Tranquil Waters Of The Ashley River? Explore This ...

4204 Magnolia Court

North Charleston, Sc 29420

$1,050,000

  • 5 Beds
  • 5 Full Baths
  • 5,137 SqFt

A One-of-a Kind 5 Bedroom, 5 Bath Home On Over A Half-acre Private Homesite Backing To Protected Wetlands Is What You Will Find Here In This Beautiful Home. This Custom-built Brick Home Is A Must...

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4420 Oakwood Avenue

North Charleston, Sc 29405

$834,990

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 2,047 SqFt

Here's Your Chance To Build Your Dream Home In Park Circle. This Elevated Proposed Construction Sandhill Model Home Is Located Within Minutes Of Restaurants, River Front Park And A State Of The Ar...

4303 Persimmon Woods Drive

North Charleston, Sc 29420

$789,900

  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 3,819 SqFt

This Beautiful Elevated Lowcountry-style Home In Coosaw Creek Country Club Has Been Lovingly Cared For By The Current Owners And Is A Must-see! Sitting On A .42 Acre Homesite With An Incredible ...

8250 Governors Walk

North Charleston, Sc 29418

$785,000

  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 2,814 SqFt

Welcome To 8250 Governors Walk, A Stunning Custom-built Two-story Brick Home Nestled In The Serene Community Of Indigo Fields In Dorchester County. Constructed In 1999, This Residence Boasts Appro...

1324 Maxwell Street

North Charleston, Sc 29405

$779,000

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 1,735 SqFt

2 Homes - 2 Full Kitchens - 2 Separate Electric Meters - 1 Lot On 1/3 Acre Located On The Private Upper West Side Of Park Circle. Both Homes Completed A Down To The Studs Renovation In 2021 And M...

Presently the third largest city in the state,  North Charleston encompasses parts of Berkeley, Dorchester, and Charleston County and borders Charleston, West Ashley, Hanahan, Ladson and Summerville. Real estate in North Charleston is comprised of waterfront condos and estates, golf course homes, and subdivision residences. Many of the waterfront homes and condos in North Charleston, such as the Reverie on the Ashley and the Refuge at Whitehall, boast views of the Ashley River and offer deep water access. Coosaw Creek Country Club, a luxurious golf course community, showcases beautiful brick homes with panoramic views of its Arthur Hills championship golf course. Coosaw Creek Country Club also has a magnificent clubhouse, restaurant, tennis facility, and junior Olympic size swimming pool. Other family-friendly neighborhoods in North Charleston include Taylor Plantation, Indigo Fields, Wando Woods, and Cedar Grove. Park Circle, an area revitalized as part of the Noisette Project, is perhaps the hippest and fastest growing area of North Charleston. Many young professionals opt to live here because of its close proximity to Daniel Island, Mt. Pleasant, and Downtown Charleston. Park Circle offers both traditional and contemporary homes and has its own nightlife with swanky restaurants like Sesame Burgers, Madra Rua Irish Pub, Evo, D.I.G. in the Park, Basico, LoLA Lowcountry Seafood, Accent on Wine, and The Sparrow.

North Charleston is a popular destination for sports events, business conferences, educational museums, concerts, theatrical performances, and shopping trips. The North Charleston Coliseum and Performing Arts Center is the venue of choice for current pop stars and bands like Miranda Lambert, Norah Jones, Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton, and the Florida-Georgia Line to name a few. Broadway shows, gun and knife shows, Monster Truck Jams, the Harlem Globetrotters, and many other events are also held at the coliseum. The South Carolina Stingrays hockey team practices at the North Charleston Ice Palace and plays its home games at the North Charleston Coliseum. A minor league hockey team, the Stingrays are highly competitive and regularly draw large crowds. Other attractions in North Charleston include Riverfront Park, a beautiful outdoor park and amphitheater; the North Charleston Fire Museum, an educational and interactive museum dedicated to the Charleston Nine; Northwoods Mall, an indoor shopping center with anchor stores like Dillard’s and Belk; and Tanger Outlet, a mega open-air shopping complex with popular stores like Nike, Banana Republic, and Polo Ralph Lauren. For recreation, residents of North Charleston enjoy fishing, kayaking, golfing, and playing sports. The City of North Charleston offers a plethora of organized sports leagues, for both children and adults.

Following the recent revitalization of the city itself, North Charleston public schools are also on a mission to transform from average rankings to excellent rankings. Top schools in North Charleston include the Academic Magnet, Charleston School of the Arts, Chicora Elementary, and Eagles Nest Elementary School. Private school options include Northwood Academy, Cathedral Academy, and Owens Christian Academy. North Charleston is home to two popular colleges: Trident Technical College (TTC) and Charleston Southern University (CSU).

Interestingly, North Charleston did not officially become a city until 1972, after three decades of failed petitioning for its incorporation. Today, the city leads the entire state with more than $6 billion in annual retail sales alone. From the newly remodeled Charleston International Airport to the spectacular Charleston Convention Center, North Charleston not only serves as the front door to downtown Charleston but also as its commercial and industrial business complement.

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