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.
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:
Specializes In: Waterway Properties, Historic Properties
Originally from Columbus, Ohio, Colin Crates has always held a special love for the Lowcountry, fostered by annual vacations to Kiawah Island and a passion for the immense history of the Charleston area. When it came time to choose a college, he had no doubt that he would return to the area as a College of Charleston undergrad. Colin studied Political Science and International Studies at CofC, graduating with honors. After graduating, Colin found real estate to be a natural progression, utilizing his natural people skills, hard work ethic and overall love of the Charleston area to help others call Charleston their home, too. When he’s not out showing homes or closing deals, you can usually find Colin with his two adopted dogs, Alfie and Curry, taking them on long walks around the Greenway near their West Ashley home, or exploring Charleston’s many neighborhoods, restaurants, beaches, and dog parks.
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Mount Pleasant, SC 29464