Many wonderful communities and special neighborhoods make up the Charleston real estate market. There is pretty much something for everyone from the charming homes of historic Summerville to the great neighborhoods in Mount Pleasant or from luxurious beach homes in world class resorts like Wild Dunes Resort or Kiawah Island to golf course homes or condos on masterfully planned Daniel Island.
You can find homes in the Charleston area with a formal garden or a swimming pool. Your backyard could be on the golf course, a river or tidal creek with your own dock, or the ever changing marsh and yet, you’re still only minutes from Historic Downtown Charleston.
Our beaches, our many parks and a variety of activities and festivals will delight you. Welcome to Charleston where your dream home awaits you.
Find out more about these communities and neighborhoods and view homes for sale in some of the most desirable developments and popular subdivisions in the Charleston area.
South of Broad, The French Quarter, Ansonborough, Harleston Village, Hampton Park and Wagener Terrace
Belle Hall, Brickyard Plantation, Dunes West, I’on, Park West, RiverTowne, Seaside Farms and The Old Village
Barfield Park, Center Park, Cochran Park, Codner’s Ferry Park, Daniel Island Park, Etiwan Park, Pierce Park and Smythe Park
Bridges of Summerville, Legend Oaks, Myers Mill, Pine Forest, The Ponds, Wescott Plantation and White Gables
Cane Bay, Crowfield Plantation, Foxbank Plantation, Liberty Hall and Spring Grove
Coosaw Creek Country Club, Whitehall and Whitehall South, Park Circle, Oak Terrace Preserve, Dominion Hills and Tanner Plantation
Avondale, Byrnes Down, Carolina Bay, Grand Oaks, Moreland, South Windermere, The Crescent, Wappoo Heights and Windermere
Lawton Bluff, Lawton Harbor, Riverland Terrace, Seaside Plantation and Stiles Point Plantation
Gift Plantation, Grimball Gates, Headquarters, Hope Plantation / Kiawah River Estates, Rushland and The Villages in St. Johns Woods
Wild Dunes, Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island, Folly Beach, Kiawah Island and Seabrook Island