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Charleston Relocation Guide
Voted the number one city in the world by readers at Conde Nast Traveler and always a favorite with readers of Southern Living, Travel + Leisure and many other publications, Charleston is consistently a winner in many of the “best” awards and is at or near the top of many of the top ten lists. Charleston has been named America’s Friendliest City, Best Southern City, Most Livable City, Most Mannerly City and more.
Get started by learning more about the Charleston area and please ask me about personalized relocation services tailored just for you whether you are planning on working for one of the many fine companies located in the Greater Metropolitan Area or just want to retire to one of the loveliest places you can choose to live and which AARP has rated as one of the top places to retire to.
Charleston Homes For Sale
Find foreclosures, Charleston luxury homes, Charleston waterfront homes, golf course homes in residential golf course communities, new construction in new home communities and find out what your dollar buys by viewing examples of Charleston homes by price range. Find the newest listings just entered for sale in the Charleston MLS or register for listing alerts sent directly to you by email every day.
Charleston Area Communities and Neighborhoods
Learn more about these Charleston area communities and neighborhoods and view homes for sale in some of the most desirable developments and popular subdivisions throughout the Charleston real estate market.
Some of the most sought after real estate in the country can be found in Charleston and nowhere is that more true than in the Charleston Peninsula. Historic Charleston neighborhoods including South of Broad, … Learn more about the Historic Charleston Peninsula and find all Charleston homes for sale.
The Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, the longest cable stayed bridge in North America spans the Cooper River connecting the Charleston Peninsula with the historic and beautiful town of Mount Pleasant. … Learn more about Mount Pleasant and find all Mount Pleasant homes for sale.
Daniel Island is a lovely master planned island town within the city of Charleston. The community is made up of eight traditionally designed residential neighborhoods and while suburban by design, … Learn more about Daniel Island and find all Daniel Island homes for sale.
Summerville is a charming small town founded in the 1700′s by wealthy Charlestonians seeking respite from the summer heat of the city. The town square features quaint shops and is adjacent to the Historic District with beautiful old homes. … Learn more about Summerville and find all Summerville homes for sale.
The largest city in Berkeley County is Goose Creek and due to lots of developable land and a county government that is pro-growth especially when it is well planned development, … Learn more about Goose Creek and Berkeley County and find all Goose Creek and Berkeley County homes for sale.
The City of North Charleston was incorporated in 1972. With a population of approximately 20,000 people carved from 7 square miles of unincorporated Charleston County, North Charleston today … Learn more about North Charleston and find all North Charleston homes for sale.
Hanahan is a well established and mostly residential community that is bordered by North Charleston to the South and West, by Goose Creek to the North and by the Charleston Naval Weapons station to the East. … Learn more about Hanahan and find all Hanahan homes for sale.
West of the Ashley is the scenic Ashley River Road corridor with world-famous plantations including Middleton Place and its famous grounds and gardens, Drayton Hall, one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture and Magnolia Plantation. … Learn more about West Ashley and find all West Ashley homes for sale.
Only five minutes from downtown Charleston, James Island is a sea island with easy access via the James Island Connector and because of its convenient location to both downtown Charleston and Folly Beach, James Island has become a popular residential choice. … Learn more about James Island and find all James Island homes for sale.
The second largest island on the Eastern Seaboard behind only Long Island in New York is Johns Island. Johns Island has maintained a rural feeling and with many local farms providing much of the fresh fruits and vegetables served in Charleston’s finest restaurants … Learn more about Johns Island and find all Johns Island homes for sale.
Within just 15 minutes to less than an hour from Historic Downtown Charleston, you’ll find 6 Charleston area beach communities. From North to South are Wild Dunes Resort, Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island, Folly Beach, Kiawah Island and Seabrook Island. … Learn more about Charleston’s beach communities and find all Charleston beach homes for sale.
Charleston from yesterday to today
Charleston is one of the most beautiful and historical cities in the United States. With an area population of approximately 650,000, Charleston is growing rapidly and is such a popular place to live today due to our wonderful weather, strong local economy and the many visitors and retirees who fall in love with our area and decide to make Charleston their new home.
The Historic Charleston Peninsula, surrounded by the Ashley and Cooper Rivers which form Charleston Harbor (and as the locals like to say, the Atlantic Ocean) is a treasure of antebellum houses, historic churches, cobblestone streets and hidden gardens.
The wealthy planters and merchant seamen of the 18th and 19th century built thousands of beautiful mansions, many of which have been carefully restored and preserved and represent some of the most desirable real estate in the country today. The High Battery, views of Fort Sumter in the Charleston Harbor, church towers and bells ringing, piazzas, courtyards and gardens, live oaks dripping with Spanish moss, colorful foliage including azaleas, hydrangeas, magnolias and camellias, horse drawn carriages, sweetgrass baskets and children playing on joggling boards.
Picture old world charm interwoven with modern living.
If you enjoy history or appreciate culture, festivals, events and the fine arts, love great weather to enjoy year round golfing, boating, fishing and the beach or consider yourself to be a “foodie” there’s something for everyone and always something to do in Charleston.
Seemingly every week there is a festival or event highlighted by The Family Circle Cup, Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE), Charleston Wine + Food Festival, The Cooper River Bridge Run, The Flowertown Festival and of course, The Spoleto Festival, the annual 17 day international arts festival featuring all the performing arts.
Sports fans enjoy professional hockey with The Stingrays at the North Charleston Coliseum, professional soccer with The Battery and tennis at the Family Circle Tennis Center on Daniel Island and pack “The Joe” downtown to watch Riverdogs minor league baseball. Alumni and fans cheer local college sports teams from the College of Charleston, The Citadel and Charleston Southern.
Charleston’s healthy economy and excellent job growth is one of the reasons that many people have chosen to relocate to Charleston.
One of the leading industries in the Charleston area is the hospitality industry serving an estimated 5 million visitors every year. World class fine dining is appreciated not only by the visitors but locals as well.
Boeing is the most recent arrival and quickly became an important contributor to the Charleston economy joining the world class healthcare industry led by two of the largest employers in Charleston, The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and Roper St. Francis Hospitals. The US Government and Military have a significant economic presence in the Charleston area at the Charleston Naval Weapons Station and Charleston Air Force Base and other facilities. The Port of Charleston is one of the largest container ports on the Eastern Seaboard.
Charleston South Carolina real estate provides variety to please everyone from Historic Downtown Charleston, at the beach or in one of the many wonderful suburbs, you’ll find a wide choice of homes in all price ranges. If you are in the market to buy a home or thinking about relocating to Charleston, you’ll find the best Charleston real estate information right here. Welcome to Charleston.