Dockside condominiums for sale- Historic Downtown Charleston South Carolina
PLEASANT SULLIVAN'S ISLAND
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properties in the Dockside Charleston neighborhood area
Unmatched views of the Charleston Harbor, Ravenel Bridge, Historic City Skyline, Ports, Fort Sumter and The Atlantic Ocean
Water views, elevator and garage
Towering above historic Charleston with stellar views in every direction, Dockside offers convenience. comfort, and a mesmerizing visual experience. The 18-story condominium facility is Charleston’s tallest, and every window and porch provides stunning sights of charming city architecture and natural coastal beauty. The historic waterfront here along the Cooper River was famous for ships through the centuries - tall masted brigs and schooners, Civil War ironclads, and modern cruise vessels. Nearby is the Charleston Maritime Center, home to a variety of waterfront festivals and gatherings, and host to visiting tall sailing ships from around the world that open gangways to visitors. Another waterfront neighbor is the South Carolina Aquarium, filled with giant tanks and displays of sharks, sea turtles, alligators, otter, and a myriad of creatures who inhabit the lush coastal plain around Charleston.
The 1978 Dockside has been extensively renovated and features upscale amenities such as gated entrance with 24-hour security staff, private pool and gymnasium, as well as a wonderful pier area overlooking the Cooper River. Most units are located in the grand tower, but there are also separate townhouse units. All include private, covered parking.
The most compelling aspect of the Dockside is the magnificent view in a city known around the world for its dazzling natural and architectural beauty. From its exceptional location, Dockside’s units feature expansive scenes of the “Holy City” and its famed steeples - St. Michael’s, St. Philip’s, St. Matthews, Citadel Square Baptist, Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Grace Church, Emanuel AME, First Scots and Second Presbyterian. Striking vistas include the statuesque Arthur Ravenel Bridge with its 575-foot high cable-stay span, as well as the aura of great ships passing into Charleston Harbor.
High above the city are soaring pelicans, osprey, egrets, herons and ibis, winging across a visually-stunning mosaic of streaked clouds and sunsets by day, and glowing moon and shooting stars by night over sparkling city lights below.
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