Downtown Charleston Homes for Sale
44 Meeting Street Charleston, South Carolina
5 Beds 6 Baths 4,347 SqFt 0.070 Acres
1 Water Street Charleston, South Carolina
4 Beds 4 Baths 3,931 SqFt 0.110 Acres
13 Church Street Charleston, South Carolina
4 Beds 5 Baths 4,171 SqFt 0.150 Acres
18 Broad Street 501 Charleston, South Carolina
3 Beds 3 Baths 3,023 SqFt
31 E Battery Street Charleston, South Carolina
6 Beds 5 Baths 7,505 SqFt 0.170 Acres
83 East Bay Street Charleston, South Carolina
3 Beds 4 Baths 4,788 SqFt 0.090 Acres
56 Tradd Street Charleston, South Carolina
4 Beds 4 Baths 3,495 SqFt 0.110 Acres
80 Church Street Charleston, South Carolina
4 Beds 4 Baths 3,300 SqFt 0.060 Acres
2 Wharfside Street 5w Charleston, South Carolina
2 Beds 3 Baths 2,862 SqFt
54 Church Street Charleston, South Carolina
4 Beds 5 Baths 4,842 SqFt 0.110 Acres
49 Archdale Street Charleston, South Carolina
5 Beds 2 Baths 5,650 SqFt 0.090 Acres
102 Murray Boulevard Charleston, South Carolina
4 Beds 4 Baths 3,698 SqFt 0.180 Acres
Cobblestones to Gas
From cobblestones to gas lantern-lined streets and quaint alleyways, the beauty and ambiance of Charleston are breathtaking.
The King and Meeting Street corridors come alive with vibrant commercial and residential attributes.
The waterfront is where you find a bustling commercial district, Waterfront Park, and the pastel-colored colonial-era houses of Rainbow Row. The famous Battery, lined with antebellum mansions and the beautiful White Point Gardens, gives you a sense of the proud heritage this city continues to embody and champion.
A Vibrant History
walking around downtownJust walking around downtown, one can appreciate the city’s vibrant and tumultuous history: a long history of economic power as well as struggle.
Hurricane Hugo Since Hurricane Hugo in 1989, when the city was devastated and later rebuilt, Charleston has climbed the economic ladder once again, luring tourists, new residents, and increasingly international businesses and commerce alike.
Acclaimed restaurantsDowntown Charleston has a wide range of nationally and internationally acclaimed restaurants and quaint shops. And as the sun goes down on any given night; the City’s nightlife comes alive.
No. 1 City in the United States Seven Years in a Row
Over 130,000 residents are proud to call Charleston home. Although it is a popular tourist location and has been named the No. 1 city in the United States by Travel + Leisure seven years in a row, neighbors still know and greet one another as they pass on the street.
The Best of City Living With Hometown Appeal
While Charleston has been growing fast and absorbing all of the new industries, tourists, and residents, it still maintains that distinct Charleston charm.
With the best of city living combined with hometown appeal, it is also close to some of the most beautiful barrier islands, white sandy beaches, rivers, and wetlands, and sprawling gardens to enjoy. With the sophistication of a much larger city but with a small-town feel and beautiful weather virtually year-round, it is no wonder so many people want to live and work here.