Consisting mostly of 1940s brick cottage homes that have been renovated, this charming neighborhood is across the Savannah Hwy (Hwy 17) from the popular Avondale section. Despite their smaller size, often two bedrooms with one full bath, these homes are consistently popular because of the neighborhood and its central location. Byrnes Downs is just a walk or bike ride away from the Charleston Peninsula via the Ashley River Memorial Bridge. And of course adjacent to Byrnes Downs and Avondale is West Ashley’s “designer district” which is home to boutique shops, local bars and restaurants, wine and cheese shops, and other specialty stores.
Meet an Expert on West Ashley:
Department:Isle of Palms
Specializes in: First-Time Buyers, Relocation
After growing up in the mountains of northeast Tennessee, Nelson decided to give up the Blue Ridge views and pursue his dream of living at the ocean. Nelson graduated from the College of Charleston with degrees in both Spanish and International Studies furthering his keen ability to communicate and connect with others.
Nelson has been involved in real estate – both domestic and international – since a very young age. He has been a moving part in buying and selling commercial and residential properties as well as the turnover of investment properties. Outside of Charleston, he considers himself a local of Bristol, TN; Beech Mountain, NC; and Dominical, Costa Rica.
As an agent, Nelson prides himself on being thorough, precise, and eager for the journey he and others will embark on through their buying/selling experience. Outside of the office, you may see Nelson running the beach/Ravenel Bridge, spending time with his pets, or finding the best coffee in Charleston.