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 Historic Charleston Peninsula.
Historic Charleston neighborhoods including South of Broad, The French Quarter, Ansonborough, Harleston Village and others offer a diversity of housing options for downtown living in a historic setting not generally found in many cities around the country.
While best known for the Charleston Single House, there are many examples of Colonial, Italianate, Georgian, Federal, Greek Revival and other architectural styles represented in Historic Charleston.
There are a variety of luxury real estate options including larger homes, smaller carriage houses, older homes that have been subdivided into condominiums and newly built contemporary condos. Just above the Crosstown you’ll find two of Charleston’s first suburbs, the classic neighborhoods of Hampton Park and Wagener Terrace.
- South of Broad
- The French Quarter
- Harleston Village
- Hampton Park
- Wagener Terrace