Historic Charleston

There is no shortage of charm to be found on the streets and alleys of Historic Charleston. Often dubbed “The Peninsula,” this slice of the city is brimming with history, culture, and modern vitality. Visitors meander through the narrow cobblestone lanes  surrounded by bright, historic homes, accompanied by the rhythmic clip-clop of horse-drawn carriage tours, while locals and tourists alike revel in the city’s timeless allure.

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However, Historic Charleston is far from a relic of the past; it pulsates with a vibrant energy fueled by a thriving restaurant and art gallery scene. Step into any of the city’s acclaimed eateries to indulge in Lowcountry cuisine, where you can enjoy fresh seafood, savory grits, and indulgent desserts. From quaint bistros serving up Southern comfort classics to upscale dining establishments showcasing innovative gastronomic delights, Historic Charleston offers a culinary experience to suit every palate.

Art enthusiasts will delight in exploring the city’s diverse array of galleries and studios, where local artists showcase their talents through captivating paintings, sculptures, and mixed-media creations. Wander through the historic streets, discovering hidden gems tucked away in centuries-old buildings, or embark on a curated gallery tour to immerse yourself in Charleston’s vibrant artistic community.

Historic Charleston is a city of contrasts, where the past seamlessly intertwines with the present, and each cobblestone corner reveals a new story waiting to be told. Experience the timeless beauty and modern allure of this captivating city, where history comes to life, and every moment is filled with possibility. Explore the different neighborhoods and homes for sale in downtown Charleston!

Neighborhoods in Historic Charleston:

The French Quarter

Ansonborough

South of Broad Neighborhood in Charleston SC

South of Broad

North Central neighborhood in Charleston, SC

North Central

West Side

Cannonborough Elliotborough neighborhood in Historic Charleston

Cannonborough/Elliotborough

Harleston Village

Radcliffeborough

South of Broad Neighborhood in Charleston SC

Wagener Terrace

Hampton Park Terrace

East Side Neighborhood Charleston SC

East Side

Mazyck-Wraggborough

Meet a Historic Charleston Expert:

Beth Huntley

Beth Huntley

Realtor®

Specializes in: Historic Properties, Resort Communities A native of South Carolina, Beth Huntley grew up with a love for the waterways, marshes and beaches that make the Lowcountry unlike any other place. Upon receiving a B.F.A. in Interior Design from The Savannah College of Art and Design, she began her professional career in Hilton Head as an interior designer, working on an array of high...

Know about me Beth Huntley

Beth Huntley

Designation:

Realtor®

Phone:

843.437.8668

Email:

bhuntley@dunesproperties.com

Website URL:

https://www.bethhuntley.com

Department:

Downtown,Isle of Palms

Specializes in: Historic Properties, Resort Communities

A native of South Carolina, Beth Huntley grew up with a love for the waterways, marshes and beaches that make the Lowcountry unlike any other place.

Upon receiving a B.F.A. in Interior Design from The Savannah College of Art and Design, she began her professional career in Hilton Head as an interior designer, working on an array of high end, residential projects.

After nearly 20 years of design work in her own business, Beth made the decision to channel her design energy and wealth of experience in construction and renovation along with a focus in sustainability and energy efficient practices, to a career in real estate in 2004. An experienced real estate investor in her personal life, Beth puts the lessons of her own experiences to work for her clients.

True to her passion for Charleston, Beth lives what she loves – both as a resident of Charleston and as a Board Member of Lowcountry Local First, Board Advisor to Green Wizard, Inc., a member of the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors and the American Society of Interior Designers. She has served as Chairperson for The Sustainability Institute of SC, Coastal Association Chair of the ASID, Past President of the Center for Women and Corporate Sponsorship Chair for The Gibbes Museum of Art.

Main Corporate Office

Telephone: 843.881.5600

Address: 835 Coleman Blvd Ste. 200
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464