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Charleston, South Carolina, is considered among the most
beautiful, historic and livable cities along the east coast. Standing majestically on a
peninsula surrounded by tidal rivers and a windswept harbor, downtown Charleston’s splendid
array of antebellum houses, colonial churches, wrought iron gates,
cobblestone streets and expansive gardens have earned it recognition
as a rare, fine American jewel.
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The downtown Charleston area (29401) has a walkability score of 85, second only to New York City! Have some time?...check out our top 5 historic streets and churches.
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Situated only a few miles from surrounding
beaches and sea coast
islands, along the intracoastal waterway, a short drive from
world-class golf links, and
within minutes of Charleston International and several executive
airports, Charleston is a preferred address for those who enjoy
natural beauty and cultural diversity.
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sail in Charleston’s expansive harbor, it’s easy to understand the
Holy City from the many picturesque steeples that punctuate its
distinctive skyline, while container ships passing beneath the
longest cable-stay bridge in North America show that, along with
visual charm of the past, the city is on a vibrant course to the
booming sea trade in rice and cotton trade throughout the 18th and
19th centuries helped create downtown Charleston’s stunning
architectural heritage - great columned piazzas, ornate spiral
staircases, intricate pediments and cornices, elaborate
wrought iron balconies, as well as paneled, chandeliered
ballrooms – block after block of museum-like treasures in a
unique, meticulously cared-for
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Graceful promenades like the city’s waterfront High
Battery feature, on one side, a panoramic view of historic
Fort Sumter and
Charleston Harbor, and, on the other, a row of
statuesque Italianate and Greek Revival mansions from which
former residents watched canon fire on the fort to begin the
Renowned for its wealth of gardens, flourishing in a sunny, mild
climate, the downtown area is ablaze with colors throughout the
year – featuring banks of azaleas, camellias, oleander and
flowering magnolia. The alluring color of Charleston includes not
only the striking hues of world-famous Rainbow Row townhouses and
the glistening bell towers of St. Michael’s Church, but in the
spectrum of life’s quality as well.
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Along spacious downtown streets lined with towering moss-covered
live oaks, horse-drawn
carriages share the road with soccer mom
SUV’s; attorneys, brokers and bankers walk briskly down slate
sidewalks past figures who sit weaving hand-made baskets of sweetgrass and bull rush; while only a stone’s throw from children
riding classic joggling boards in antebellum verandas and
pre-Revolutionary courtyards, parents enjoy visits to five-star
restaurants and world-class retail. Home to the
internationally-acclaimed Spoleto Arts Festival, and featuring a
resident symphony and a burgeoning theater and arts district in
its old French Quarter, Charleston is on the cultural cutting
edge. Truly an unparalleled combination of old-world charm and
modern living, downtown Charleston presents a variety of real
estate options. Historic listings on the
Charleston MLS include large homes,
smaller garden houses, as well as condominiums within
larger, subdivided properties. Recent and new construction,
primarily along waterfront venues such as Factors Row and
Waterfront Park, features a number of luxury and time-share
Downtown Charleston heats in the
evenings as well, especially along the busy Market area, south along
East Bay and Meeting Streets to Broad Street and through the French
Quarter, where the sounds of chic clubs and aromas of numerous
restaurants mix refreshingly with a bustling nightlife along scenic
sidewalks. Hank's Seafood Restaurant, The Oak Steakhouse, Magnolia's
Restaurant, Bocci's Italian Restaurant and Anson's Restaurant are
among the many popular and memorable dining experiences.
At McCrady's Restaurant on
Unity Alley, diners sit where George Washington was honored
with a great banquet in 1791; the Cru Cafe on Pinckney Street
offers piazza seating overlooking historic stables, while
SNOB, Cypress, and Magnolia's on East Bay Street all offer features a five-course
For more casual dining and
cocktails, venues such as Basail, Rue De Jean on upper King Street or head on over to lower King to 82 Queen, The Blind Tiger Pub,
A.W.Shuck's Restaurant and Tommy Condon's Irish Pub have
sidewalk and courtyard seating. High above, rooftop bars at
The Vendue Inn and the Market Pavilion Hotel offer a panoramic
view of the city and Charleston Harbor. Fleet Landing
Restaurant offers the only true waterfront dining experience with a
casual atmosphere in downtown Charleston.FIG is a must try on the corner of Hasell and Meeting Streets.
Charleston's Upper King Street district is full of energy during the day where home design and boutique shopping abound. After dark the vibrant nightlife scene boasts an electic array of culinary innovators with some of the most frequented restaurants in the Southeast and possibly the nation. MacIntosh, The Ordinary, Basil, Monza, Hall's Chop House, Fish and more. check out Charleston Distilling Company, Charleston Beer Works and High Wire Distilling.
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The Tri-county area is comprised
of Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties, containing
90 miles of
oceanfront and a tremendous amount of
marsh front, and
Charleston condos: Condominium
living has become increasingly attractive for prospective
homeowners because of the maintainance free aspect as well as being able to get up and go at any moment. Some popular developments are Laurens Place,Anson House,Dockside, The Bristol, Chisolm, Markets Gate and more.
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