With so many options for Downtown Charleston SC homes and also waterfront properties, new condos, waterfront condos for sale, new construction it is key to have the right agent before you purchase a new home. I have successfully helped homeowners in the Downtown Charleston SC area find homes of their dreams by meeting their every need. Downtown Charleston is one of the most historic and livable cities in the entire United States. Although most of downtown is considered “historic”, the most popular desired street with many historically significant homes for sale on Tradd St. The downtown Charleston real estate market consists primarily of 9 boroughs or neighborhoods with the three most expensive being French Quarter, South of Broad, Harleston Village, and Harleston Green. Consisting of both detached homes, townhouses and condos. The 29401 area code is the most expensive property per square foot in the entire state of S.C. and if you want to own downtown the more affordable homes are in 29403 (scroll down further) or “outside the crosstown” as it’s known locally.
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NEIGHBORHOODS FOR SALE OUTSIDE THE CROSSTOWN (29403)
Known as “outside the crosstown” are usually more affordable on the peninsula and this area of downtown Charleston starts above Calhoun St north to Mt Pleasant Street. These neighborhoods known as boroughs are Wagener Terrace, Ansonborough, Westside, Wraggborough, Radcliffeborough, Cannonborough, Eastside, Elliottborough, and Hampton Park Terrace. The homes outside of the crosstown which is really just understood to mean the side of town on the right side of hwy 17, that bisects the city. There are newer communities seeing development in this side of town such as Lowndes Point, and the newest “NOMO” which stands for north of Morrison where developers and businesses are investing. View all properties, land lots, condos, townhouses, boat slips for sale in historic Charleston SC.
HOME SALES DATA & MORE INFONot all properties in the downtown Charleston area are historic, but a large number are, probably 40%. Historic homes for sale in Charleston SC come with some must-know rules prospective buyers should be aware of. Unlike in most cities where you can almost do what you want to your house after you buy it, here in Charleston’s downtown you have to be careful. The city officials and preservation society of Charleston goes to great lengths to ensure the historic and architectural integrity remains intact because tourism is the largest driver of our economy and that’s why people come here. To enjoy the history. If you purchase in downtown and want to make changes or renovations you must get ARB (architectural review board) approval first, and I even mean for roof repairs in a lot of instances. Things like the color of the paint have historical significance so you can not even just paint your house without a permit.