Sometimes referred to as “The Peninsula,” Historic Charleston is a city of many faces, and there is no place, and no lifestyle, that rivals it. Tourists wander the ancient narrow streets and alleys of historic downtown. The sound of hooves on pavement and cobblestone marks the passing of another horse drawn carriage tour. Yet, this is no aging grande dame. Thriving with a perfect blend of modern day commerce and historical significance, Charleston preserves the best of the old and yet seems constantly fresh and new. Charleston is — well, Charleston. One of the world’s great cities, she preserves the best of the old and seems to constantly reinvent herself. Always relevant, yet obliging, we think she’s is grander than ever. You will too.
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Neighborhoods in Historic Charleston:
The French Quarter
South of Broad
Hampton Park Terrace
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Specializes in: First-Time Buyers, Walkable Communities
As an authority in eco-friendly buildings, Bryan McElveen brings a unique perspective to the real estate market in Charleston. He specializes in communities located in Downtown Charleston, North Charleston, and Mount Pleasant – from high-performance homes in Park Circle, to faithfully preserved historic homes on the Charleston Peninsula. Since 2012 Bryan has authored Charleston Livability, a website pertaining to sustainability-minded real estate, eco-conscious retrofitting, and local livability.
Bryan is a South Carolina native, instilled with a love for the natural environment that makes Charleston one of the greatest places to live. When not creating masterpieces in the garden or kitchen, he can be found enjoying life on the rivers and beaches of Charleston.