Downtown Charleston Real Estate

An alluring city famous for its Colonial architecture, Charleston features historically significant real estate and multiple cultural venues. Recently, the city of Charleston was ranked as the number two city in world by Travel + Leisure magazine, which comes as no surprise to locals and tourists alike. While “Charlestonians” are pleased to have this national accolade, most take greater pride in being recognized as the “best-mannered” city in the United States. In addition to being polite, Charleston is commonly known as the “Holy City” because many of the church steeples are visible throughout the low-rise cityscape. Charleston has a gentle yet omnipresent attraction that entices visitors to become permanent residents. Homes can be found along the Peninsula, which overlooks the Charleston Harbor. Here, the Ashley River and Cooper River forge together into the Atlantic Ocean, resulting in breath-taking waterfront views. The Charleston Battery, for example, boasts waterfront estates that emulate the city’s traditional mode of architecture. Homes along Church Street, Rainbow Row, Wentworth, and other interior or cobblestone roads also reflect the antebellum style. Charleston, which was established in 1670, is rich in history and has a complicated past. During the Colonial era, the Charleston Port was used to bring in and sell African slaves. Read More

Market Snapshot

Total Listings: 96
Average Price: $1,815,240
Highest Price: $6,500,000
Lowest Price: $275,000

 

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31 E Battery Street

Charleston, Sc 29401

$6,500,000

  • 6 Beds
  • 5 Full Baths
  • 7,505 SqFt

Directly Across From The Charleston Harbor, You'll Find A Rare Opportunity To Restore Charleston's Only Available Grand Home On High Battery. Here, You Can Enjoy Breathtaking Views From All Three ...

Office: William Means Real Estate, LLCCharleston Trident Association of Realtors Logo

48 Bull Street

Charleston, Sc 29401

$5,995,000

  • 6 Beds
  • 6 Full Baths
  • 2 Half Baths
  • 6,513 SqFt

Amazing Opportunities Await With This Unique 3/4 Acre Circa 1815 Property In Downtown Historic Charleston. Rarely Does A Property Like This Come Along In Charleston. Option 1: Purchase For Investm...

Office: Robertson Howland PropertiesCharleston Trident Association of Realtors Logo

39 South Battery Street

Charleston, Sc 29401

$5,795,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 4,933 SqFt

The Magwood-moreland House, Circa 1825, Is A Significant, Historic Residence On The Southernmost Portion Of The Charleston Peninsula. This Notable Piece Of History Was Named As ''a Building Consid...

Office: Handsome Properties, Inc.Charleston Trident Association of Realtors Logo

A & B - 1 E Battery Street

Charleston, Sc 29401

$5,500,000

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 4,570 SqFt

Located In The Heart Of Downtown Charleston, This Iconic Residence Overlooks Both The Charleston Harbor And White Point Garden, Exuding History And Charm With One Of The Best Views In All Of The C...

Office: The Cassina GroupCharleston Trident Association of Realtors Logo

13 Church Street

Charleston, Sc 29401

$4,900,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 2 Half Baths
  • 4,171 SqFt

The Thomas Ball House Is A Beautiful Charleston Single With Cedar Siding, 54' Double Piazzas, Garden, Gorgeous Moulding, And Original Floors. Current Owners Renovated The Two-story Kitchen House I...

Office: Daniel Ravenel Sotheby's International RealtyCharleston Trident Association of Realtors Logo
Photo of 40 Laurens Street, Charleston SC

40 Laurens Street

Charleston, Sc 29401

$4,795,000

  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 6,149 SqFt

Introducing The Stephen Shrewsbury House In Downtown Charleston's Coveted Ansonborough Neighborhood. A Solid-brick Single House, 40 Laurens Street Commands Attention With Two Levels Of Iconic Piaz...

Office: Daniel Ravenel Sotheby's International RealtyCharleston Trident Association of Realtors Logo

38 Meeting Street

Charleston, Sc 29401

$4,400,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 2 Half Baths
  • 4,376 SqFt

The Robert Walker House. Premier South Of Broad Location. Classic Historic Charleston Single House Circa 1844. Kitchen House Circa 1809. Beautiful Restorations Have Been Completed And The Prope...

Office: Carriage Properties LLCCharleston Trident Association of Realtors Logo

64 Warren Street

Charleston, Sc 29403

$3,995,000

  • 7 Beds
  • 5 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 4,769 SqFt

Located In The Heart Of Downtown's Radcliffeborough Neighborhood, This Historic Home Offers An Updated Interior, Light-filled Living Spaces, A ''double'' Lot, And A Private Pool, All While Being N...

Office: The Cassina GroupCharleston Trident Association of Realtors Logo

28 Pitt Street

Charleston, Sc 29401

$3,995,000

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 5,110 SqFt

Located In The Heart Of Downtown Charleston, This Historic Masonry Property Was Built In The Early 1800s In The Federal Style And Received A Gothic Renovation In The 1840s Which Is When The Origin...

Office: The Cassina GroupCharleston Trident Association of Realtors Logo

729 E Bay Street

Charleston, Sc 29403

$3,975,000

  • 8 Beds
  • 5 Full Baths
  • 2 Half Baths
  • 10,021 SqFt

The Josiah Smith Tennent House Stands Out As A Landmark And Is A Focal Point On The Gateway To The City Of Charleston. Constructed In 1859, This Brick Mansion Is Significant For Both Its Architec...

Office: Maison Real EstateCharleston Trident Association of Realtors Logo

The old slave market still stands today and is used to sell Lowcountry trinkets.

From 1776 to 1785, Charleston served as a focal point during the American Revolution and was often under attack by the British. Fort Moultrie, located on Sullivan’s Island, was constructed during this period by thick palmetto logs, which could not be penetrated by British gunfire. As a result, the Palmetto Tree became the state of South Carolina’s signature symbol. The city found itself in the spotlight again during the Civil War with many battles taking place on its prosperous soil. When the Confederates surrendered, the city suffered great financial damage, but through industrial work and an entrepreneurial spirit, soon began to flourish again. A massive earthquake in 1776 caused colossal damage, but the strength, resiliency, and character of the historical city proved victorious once more. Currently, Charleston is the second largest city in the state of South Carolina and is admired world-wide for honoring its past while celebrating its future.

Downtown Charleston real estate owners are privy to the many cultural experiences and historical venues across the area. From the annual Spoleto Festival, which features theatrical performances and dance troupes from around the globe, to the nostalgia of Patriot’s Point, residents enjoy a variety of recreational, educational, and cultural activities. For recreation and relaxation, residents play in the pineapple fountain at Waterfront Park, catch a Charleston Riverdogs baseball game at Joe Riley Stadium, cheer on the Charleston Battery Soccer Team at the MUSC Health Stadium, or celebrate the passionate play of the Charleston Stingrays hockey team at North Charleston Coliseum. For athletes who prefer to participate rather than spectate, the City of Charleston Recreation League offers numerous adult and children sports seasons such as baseball, lacrosse, basketball, flag football, and soccer. Water enthusiasts enjoy paddleboarding along the Charleston Harbor, kite-surfing at Sullivan’s Island, surfing at Folly Beach, collecting seashells at Edisto Beach, or flat fishing in one of the many tidal creeks. Educational opportunities throughout Charleston are endless too. From college or graduate classes at the College of Charleston, The Citadel, or Charleston Southern University to enrichment classes offered through the county libraries, the Charleston Museum, or the Gibbes Museum of Art, the city has a course to suit the needs of every type of learner. Cultural experiences and art appreciation are two hallmarks of this ancient city. Patrons enjoy watching plays and live performances at the nation’s oldest theater, Dock Street Theater (1736), and musicians enjoy harmonizing melodies at the Charleston Music Hall, formerly a passenger station known as the Tower Depot (1849). Annual activities like the Spoleto Festival and the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition attract world renowned ballet troupes, orchestras, playwrights, artistry, and exhibits that critically challenge spectators and expose viewers to differing viewpoints and southern lifestyles.

Truly, the city is more than just a place to live; it is daily living in a place that is timeless and sacred. Welcome, to the Holy City!

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