Cannonborough and Elliottborough, centrally located on the downtown Charleston peninsula, provides a wide range of living options including historic Charleston properties as well as modern contemporary condos and townhomes. Bordering the Upper King Street restaurant district, this neighborhood offers numerous dining experiences and boutique shopping. Proximity to the College of Charleston, local businesses and the MUSC medical complex makes this area a good choice for those looking to work and play within a walking and biking distance.
A mixed use neighborhood, there are both rentals and homes that are well appointed and finished or need some renovation. This is a solid up and coming area that provides good value to those looking to invest. Homes prices range from $100,000 to $1,000,000.
This neighborhood is home to Trattoria Lucca, one of local chef’s (Ken Vendrinski) most revered restaurants. Make your reservation early for Monday Family Supper, and be sure to stop by the Elliotborough Mini Bar for a glass of wine. If you live here, stake your own garden plot at the Community Garden along the Crosstown.
Other Historic Charleston Neighborhoods
South of BroadSouth of Broad
The French QuarterThe French Quarter
Harleston VillageHarleston Village
North CentralNorth Central
West SideWest Side
Wagener TerraceWagener Terrace
Hampton Park TerraceHampton Park Terrace
Hampstead VillageHampstead Village
Map of Cannonborough:
Currently For Sale in Cannonborough
$2,000,000 : 58 Cannon / X Lewis Ct. Street, Charleston0 beds, 0 bathsListing Provided by Leonard Brown Realty
$440,000 : 12 Bee Street 12-E, Charleston3 beds, 1 full bathListing Provided by Keller Williams Realty Charleston
$410,000 : 12 Bee Street 12-D, Charleston3 beds, 1 full bathListing Provided by Keller Williams Realty Charleston
$635,000 : 111 President Street, Charleston6 beds, 3 full bathsListing Provided by Carolina One Real Estate
See all Cannonborough Properties For Sale.
(all data current as of 12/8/2016)
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