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Downtown Charleston

$950,000

Median Home Price

257

Sold in Last 180 Days

Area Overview

You’ll Love

  • An easy walk or bike ride to dining, shopping, and cultural pursuits
  • An eclectic mix of architecture – from antebellum mansions to modern dwellings
  • Diverse neighborhoods – from tranquil to thriving

Things to Consider

  • It’s more urban than rural
  • It has great energy – and crowds and congestion
  • It’s not for bargain hunters
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Featured Neighborhoods

South of Broad

  • Price Range: $500,000 - $10,000,000
  • Unique Amenities: The backdrop of most selfies taken in Charleston, this historic district offers quirky cobblestone alleys, grand harborfront homes, and a reasonably quiet place to live - except when the horse-drawn carriage sweeps down your street with camera-toting tourists! Not for the faint of heart - prices reach to $10 million - but can start around $500,000. Make your in-laws proud.
  • Insider's Note: While walking distance to many restaurants, art galleries, and the King Street shopping district, there is no need to cross Broad Street for you favorite stinky cheese, specialty daily sandwich or bottle of wine with Goat.Sheep.Cow on Church Street. After you walk through the narrow alleys and streets South of Broad, stop by Burbage's Grocery on Savage and Broad for a slice of tomato pie or the handmade lemon pound cake.
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Ansonborough / Gadsdenborough

  • Price Range: $300,000 - $6,000,000
  • Unique Amenities: Charleston’s first ‘suburb’ in 1696, this distinctive and comfortable neighborhood provides great walkability - the main downtown grocery store, shopping, dozens of restaurants, and intimate pocket parks make this one of the most desirable spots in town. The renovated Charleston Gaillard Center provides a nice backdrop after its $150 million renovation and the developing section of Gadsdenborough offers luxury condominium residences - most with waterfront views or city views of the new 6-acre park - for those looking for a low maintenance lifestyle.
  • Insider's Note: Hurry and stop by the intimate 167 Raw - where you will find the town’s best lobster rolls and ceviche - before the tourists find it and keep its limited seats full all the time or have a glass of wine in the courtyard at the intimate boutique hotel Zero George. The new Gadsdenborough Park offers soccer fields, playgrounds, bocce courts, and a welcome breeze off the Charleston Harbor.
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South of Crosstown

  • Price Range: $300,000 - $12,000,000
  • Unique Amenities: While South of Broad and Ansonborough neighborhoods are our current favorites, the rest of downtown offers a vibrant and diverse range of homes and apartments catering to young (and young at heart) professionals and upwardly mobiles seeking a walkable and urban texture to their daily lives. Chosen as one of the best cities in the world, it is no wonder the demand exceeds the supply close to the urban center of the City. Of course, you may have to fight off some college kids for parking spaces!
  • Insider's Note: Not a secret, but the Famers Market every Saturday is a don’t miss where you can pick up fresh eggs and fresh pasta, along with your breakfast. Take a walk through the gentrifying areas along Spring and Cannon streets and stop in for a sandwich at Artisan Meat Share or comfort Asian fare at Xiao Bao Biscuit. Grab a good book at Blue Bicycle Books on King and then snag a bench at the new Theodora Park at George & Anson for a good read in the shade.
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Recently Sold

Lot 6 Woodall Ct
$150,000

Lot 6 Woodall Ct

Westside, Charleston
  • 0.04 acres
2 Parkwood Avenue
$649,500

2 Parkwood Avenue

Hampton Park Terrace, Charleston
  • 4 beds
  • 3 baths
  • $349 price per sqft
2 Francis Street UNIT K
$234,900

2 Francis Street UNIT K

North Central, Charleston
  • 1 beds
  • 1 baths
90 East Bay Street
$1,695,000

90 East Bay Street

South of Broad, Charleston
  • 4 beds
  • 6 baths
  • $450 price per sqft
3 Queen Street UNIT 204
$460,000

3 Queen Street UNIT 204

French Quarter, Charleston
  • 1 beds
  • 2 baths
  • $703 price per sqft
288 Ashley Avenue
$510,000

288 Ashley Avenue

Westside, Charleston
  • 3 beds
  • 3 baths
  • $364 price per sqft
375 Huger Street UNIT E
$630,000

375 Huger Street UNIT E

Charleston
  • 3 beds
  • 3 baths
  • $394 price per sqft
10 Harleston Place
$649,000

10 Harleston Place

Harleston Place, Charleston
  • 3 beds
  • 3 baths
  • $351 price per sqft
15-B Corinne Street
$579,000

15-B Corinne Street

Radcliffeborough, Charleston
  • 3 beds
  • 3 baths
  • $399 price per sqft
309 Meeting Street UNIT 3
$315,000

309 Meeting Street UNIT 3

Ansonborough, Charleston
  • 1 beds
  • 2 baths
  • $393 price per sqft
55 Morris Street UNIT B
$675,000

55 Morris Street UNIT B

Radcliffeborough, Charleston
  • 3 beds
  • 3 baths
  • $465 price per sqft
33 New Street
$1,300,000

33 New Street

South of Broad, Charleston
  • 6 beds
  • 6 baths
  • $339 price per sqft
88 Morris Street
$639,000

88 Morris Street

Radcliffborough, Charleston
  • 2 beds
  • 3 baths
  • $477 price per sqft
75 Morris Street
$520,000

75 Morris Street

Morris Square, Charleston
  • 2 beds
  • 2 baths
  • $374 price per sqft
150 South Battery
$689,000

150 South Battery

South of Broad, Charleston
  • 2 beds
  • 2 baths
  • $473 price per sqft

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