East Side

East Side, also sometimes referred to as Hampstead Village was planned in 1769 and designed after the traditional English town model of centering a community on four adjacent parks know as “the commons”. This was meant to appeal to the wealthy in the surrounding areas that wanted to live close to the city but not directly in the city center. While this idea never truly came to be, the area now serves as an investors dream.

Meet an Expert on Historic Charleston:

Bryan McElveen

Bryan McElveen

Realtor®

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....

Know about me Bryan McElveen

Bryan McElveen

Designation:

Realtor®

Phone:

843.276.0352

Email:

bmcelveen@dunesproperties.com

Website URL:

https://www.charlestonlivability.com

Department:

Downtown

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.

Historic Charleston Office

Telephone: 843.722.5618

Address: 11 Fulton Street
Charleston, SC 29401