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Isle of Palms Office

1400 Palm Boulevard
Isle of Palms, SC 29451
843.886.5600

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Folly Beach Office

31 Center Street
Folly Beach, SC 29439
843.588.3800

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The Real Estate Studio

214 King Street
Charleston, SC 29401
843.722.5618

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Kiawah Seabrook Office

1887 Andell Bluff Boulevard
Johns Island, SC 29455
843.768.9800

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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.

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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 Freedmen 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.

Homes in this neighborhood range from $250,000 for a fixer upper to $800,000+.


Insider Tips:

On Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon and Tuesdays and Thursdays 6-8 p.m, the road around Hampton Park is closed to all traffic, so you can bike and walk to your heart’s content. 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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Sawyers Landing

Sawyer’s Landing overlooks a beautiful bay, pristine marshes, the Intercoastal Waterway, Sullivan’s Island and even the inlet to the Charleston harbor. Sawyer’s Landing is conveniently situated only a few minutes from the beach and a very short drive to historic downtown Charleston.

These 3-4 bedroom townhomes range from 1900-over 2800 sqft.

 

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River Reach at Remley’s Point

This exclusive Mt. Pleasant waterfront community sits near the base of the Ravenel Bridge.  The 23 properties are surrounded by majestic live oaks offering shade, the Wando River and Molasses Creek.  The custom designed homes vary from two story wood frame, copper roofed homes in Charleston colors to more Colonial style brick homes and sit on 1/4- 1.2 acres.

 

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Wagener Terrace

Just a short bike ride from Downtown Charleston, Wagener Terrace remains one of the most affordable neighborhoods on the Charleston Peninsula.  Popular with young professionals and families given its close proximity to the majority of Charleston’s restaurants and shopping, Wagener Terrace has homes built from the 1920s-1950s on its tree lined streets.  Residents enjoy Ashley River views to the west, the beautiful Hampton Park to the south, and the newly refurbished Corinne Jones Playground in the middle of the neighborhood.

Fixer uppers start at $150,000 and the average 3 bedroom home sells for about $325,000.


Insider Tips:

On a Tuesday nights, head over to Moe’s Crosstown Tavern for some of the best burgers in town – half price!  For the best sunset views, stroll to the Ashley River at the base of St. Margaret Street. If you are lucky, on the weekends you might catch a peek of a wedding at the last plantation left on the Peninsula, Lowndes Grove.

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Radcliffeborough

Right next to the Medical University of South Carolina, Radcliffeborough is populated by doctors, college students and more in condos, historic properties and a few newer construction pocket neighborhoods. This neighborhood is easy walking distance to the Upper King St district with restaurants and shops galore. For families with young daughters, the private Ashley Hall school is here too.

Homes here are more affordable than those in the neighborhoods south of Calhoun St, and range from $300,000-$700,000.


Insider Tips:

Sip a coffee or craft beer outside on the courtyard of Kudu on Vanderhorst or stop in for a delicious Saturday brunch (yes, Saturday!) at Two Boroughs Larder, an area favorite.

 

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Harleston Village

Harleston Village is the most diverse and lively neighborhood of Downtown Charleston south of Calhoun Street. With its centerpoint of Colonial Lake and Moultrie Park, you’ll find all kinds of people enjoying the outdoors – from college students to professionals, to families and everything in between. This neighborhood is a brief walk to the King Street shopping district and the City Marina, and boasts more corner stores than any other neighborhood in Downtown Charleston. You’ll also find many schools nearby as well as services like your dentist, veterinarian and dry cleaners.

Homes here range from $500,000 to $3,000,000 (though there is a $13,000,000 estate) and you’ll find condominiums starting at $200,000.

 

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Insider Tips:

The best sandwiches in town are at Bull Street Gourmet, which also has an incredible selection of wine and beer.  For a spectacular sunset view, walk to the small lake on Halsey Street, take a seat, grab a fishing pole and enjoy.

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Cannonborough

Cannonborough and Elliottborough, centrally located on the downtown Charleston peninsula, provides a wide range of living options including historic Charleston properties as well as modern contemporary condos and townhomes. Bordering the Upper King Street restaurant district, this neighborhood offers numerous dining experiences and boutique shopping. Proximity to the College of Charleston, local businesses and the MUSC medical complex makes this area a good choice for those looking to work and play within a walking and biking distance.

A mixed use neighborhood, there are both rentals and homes that are well appointed and finished or need some renovation. This is a solid up and coming area that provides good value to those looking to invest. Homes prices range from $100,000 to $1,000,000.


Insider Tips:

This neighborhood is home to Trattoria Lucca, one of local chef’s (Ken Vendrinski) most revered restaurants. Make your reservation early for Monday Family Supper, and be sure to stop by the Elliotborough Mini Bar for a glass of wine. If you live here, stake your own garden plot at the Community Garden along the Crosstown.

 

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West Side

The “West Side”, located on the peninsula North of Highway 17 and below Hampton Park is walking distance to The Citadel, MUSC, and Upper King Street. This neighborhood is popular with first time home buyers looking for affordable square footage and proximity to work and play. Home values that offer room for growth are a motivator to buyers looking to get their hands dirty revitalizing this area. It’s not all work though for those who choose to make the “Westside” their home, as Brittlebank Park on the Ashley River and the Joe Riley Baseball Stadium provide year round activities to enjoy. Price ranges for homes in this area range from $100,000 to $600,000.


Insider Tips:

Find the pedestrian overpass at the base of Perry Street for easy access to the Cannonborough-Elliotborough neighborhoods, and as you pass by, note the beautiful Children’s Garden at Mitchell Elementary School.

 

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North Central

One of the most affordable neighborhoods in Downtown Charleston, North Central is bounded on the north by Mount Pleasant Street, the south by Huger Street and Rutledge and King on the east and west.  Most of the homes in this neighborhood were built in the 30s, 40s and 50s and are mainly of bungalow style, priced around $250,000 for a cozy renovated 3 Bedroom.  Popular with young professionals given its proximity to Upper King Street and the hip area of Morrison Drive as well as Hampton Park, North Central is also a well established and diverse Downtown neighborhood.


Insider Tips:

One Saturday a month, check out the food truck rodeo on Mount Pleasant Street at the top of Magnolia Ave or try the newest restaurant nearby, Rutledge Cab Company.

 

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