Charleston SC Peninsula Real Estate
The rich history of Charleston, South Carolina is reflected in its many diverse homes, which range from waterfront properties in downtown Charleston to rambling rural estates skirting the city's limits. Currently, Charleston real estate prices and property taxes are lower than the national average for comparable properties, making it a great time to buy here. Read more below about Charleston SC real estate.
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Downtown Charleston, SC Neighborhoods
BROWSE DOWNTOWN CHARLESTON COMMUNITIES
- French Quarter
- Hampton Park Terrace
- Harleston Village
- North Central
- South of Broad
- Wagener Terrace
- West Side
Downtown Historic Charleston Homes for Sale
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Charleston, SC: A Great Place to Retire
As a retirement destination, Charleston is full of opportunities for the active retiree. The historical significance of the area and interesting past can make for many entertaining hours of exploring the city. Many Charleston homes are only a short walk away from award winning restaurants, scenic pathways and plenty of entertainment for home owners and their guests.
The mild climate of the area supports many outdoor activities. Real estate in Charleston is largely in walkable areas, allowing homeowners to access shopping, dining, nightlife and the many historic structures that stand as testimony to Charleston's colorful past.
Golf is popular here, with over 35 champion golf courses operating in the area. The Charleston/Kiawah course was the 2009 top golf destination in Golf Digest's Reader's Choice Awards. Beachcombing is another sport that draws many to miles of beaches curving around the coastline. Cycling, walking and running are other common year-round activities.
If you have any questions about the Charleston area, or are interested in relocating here, please let us know how we can help you.
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