– Upper Peninsula –

Defined by neighborhoods that arose in the 1920s through the midcentury years post-World War II, the boroughs of Charleston’s Upper Peninsula tend to feature the larger blocks and yard sizes familiar to many suburban American communities of the era. 

The iconic American Foursquare homes that buffer Hampton Park, and the midcentury Craftsman and Bungalow homes of Wagener Terrace and North Central, are walkable to the upper corridors of King Street and Rutledge Avenue.

On the Cooper River side of the peninsula, the historically industrial North Morrison borough is experiencing a resurgence of development in the past decade, carefully planned by the City of Charleston for sustainability and resiliency.

Homes along Mount Pleasant's waterfront
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