The Center of all things Charleston

Downtown Charleston features many unique neighborhoods in addition to its lively dining and shopping scene. From King Street to Waterfront Park, there is always something to do downtown Charleston. World renowned restaurants line King and Broad Streets as well as locally owned and large designer shops sure to please a wide variety of tastes and budgets.

South of Broad

One of the most exclusive areas in Charleston, South of Broad features many landmark and trophy homes, some on the national register. This neighborhood features the oldest homes in the city, some dating back to the colonial area.

The French Quarter

Known for it’s galleries and fine art, the French Quarter has many great shops and 18th and 19th century homes. On it’s cobblestone clad streets you can find some of the most beautiful homes in Charleston all within walking distance of everything downtown has to offer.


Originally the first suburb of the walled city of Charleston, most homes are brick grand Charleston style singles. Homes in Ansonborough are all within walking distance to the Gaillard Center, Marion Square, and King Street making them very desirable to buyers.

Harleston Village

Slightly North of Broad, Harleston Village is located in the heart of downtown and is convenient to MUSC, the College of Charleston making it a desirable area for individuals that work downtown. This neighborhood offers some of the largest homes and lots on the peninsula.

North of Calhoun

Many smaller neighborhoods make up the area of Charleston located north of Calhoun Street including Elliotborough, Radcliffeborough, and Cannonborough. With their proximity to the lower peninsula, these neighborhoods are great areas for investment properties and offer more reasonable prices.

North of the Crosstown

Located beyond Highway 17 which bisects the peninsula, there are many neighborhoods that offer affordable homes and a short commute to all that downtown has to offer.