Mazyck-Wraggborough Real Estate

Originally two neighborhoods named for Alexander Mazyck and John Wragg, this area is often just shortened to Wraggborough. It includes many historic homes, as well as preserved museum houses like The Aiken-Rhett and The Joseph Manigault Homes. Also included in this neighborhood are many squares and parks, which contribute to it often being called the “Garden District.” America’s first museum, The Charleston Museum, was relocated to this neighborhood in 1980 after the original site in Harleston Village was destroyed in a fire.

Interesting Tidbit:
Seven of the most charming streets in Wraggborough were named after founder  John’s Wragg’s children: Ann Street, Charlotte Street, Elizabeth Street, Henrietta Street, John Street, Judith Street and Mary Street.

Meet a Historic Charleston Expert:

Bryan McElveen

Bryan McElveen

Realtor®, Broker Associate

Specializes in: Walkable Communities, Second Homes, Investment Properties, Preservation and Restoration As an advocate for well-balanced and thoughtful development, partnering with Bryan introduces a fresh perspective to Charleston's distinctive real estate scene: through his platform CharlestonLivability.com he channels a commitment to harmonizing our urban environment with the natural...

Know about me Bryan McElveen

Bryan McElveen

Designation:

Realtor®, Broker Associate

Phone:

843.276.0352

Email:

bmcelveen@dunesproperties.com

Website URL:

https://www.charlestonlivability.com

Department:

Downtown,Mt. Pleasant

Specializes in: Walkable Communities, Second Homes, Investment Properties, Preservation and Restoration

As an advocate for well-balanced and thoughtful development, partnering with Bryan introduces a fresh perspective to Charleston's distinctive real estate scene: through his platform CharlestonLivability.com he channels a commitment to harmonizing our urban environment with the natural treasures of the Lowcountry, connecting prospective homeowners to that vision here in Charleston.

Bryan’s expertise is centered on the convergence of functional community design – spanning from the revitalization of once-vibrant neighborhoods to the strategic development of new urbanist initiatives – along with modern building technologies and the revitalization of historic homes. He holds a distinct passion for the preservation and restoration of Charleston’s historic residences, underpinned by a deep commitment to ecological conservation in the beautiful South Carolina Lowcountry. It's this synergy that can genuinely elevate Charleston as an exceptional place to call home.

Beyond his professional endeavors, Bryan nurtures his creative interests in the realms of technology and horticulture. During his leisure time, he finds solace in the serene beauty of Charleston's rivers and beaches along with his husband Adam and their spoiled dogs Phoebe and Delilah.

 

Main Corporate Office

Dunes Properties Mount Pleasant Office

Telephone: 843.881.5600

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