Hampton Park Terrace
Hampton Park Terrace is situated just south of the beautiful Hampton Park in close proximity to The Citadel, and only 1.5 miles from the heart of Downtown Charleston. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this neighborhood features homes built from about the 1910s to 1925 that range in style from small Freedman cottages to grand homes on the Park. Hampton Park, once the site of the The South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition of 1901–1902, boasts 60 acres of majestic oak trees, flowers, a lake and even a physical fitness trail.
In the evenings, find your perfect bench and listed to a Citadel cadet play Taps at sundown, or during baseball season, catch the Friday night fireworks from the Joseph P. Riley Baseball stadium just a few blocks away.
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Historic Charleston Office
Address: 11 Fulton Street
Charleston, SC 29401