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The Neighborhoods of Charleston

Historic Downtown

French Quarter • South of Broad • Ansonborough • Harleston Village • Radcliffeborough • Wraggsborough • Cannonborough • Eastside

Historic Downtown

Mount Pleasant

Old Village • Cooper Estates • The Groves • Shemwood • Seaside Farms • I'On • Hobcow Point • Belle Hall • Snee Farm • Longpoint Plantation • Rivertowne • Dunes West • Park West

Mount Pleasant

Upper Peninsula

Westside • North Central • Hampton Park Terrace • Wagener Terrace • NoMo

Upper Peninsula

The Islands

James Island • Johns Island • Daniel Island

The Islands

West Ashley

Windermere • Avondale • Maryville • Parkwood Estates • Ardmore • Moreland • Westwood • Parkshore • Stono Park

West Ashley

The Beaches

Folly Beach • Sullivans Island • Isle of Palms • Wild Dunes • Dewees Island

The Beaches

North Area

Park Circle • Oak Terrace Preserve • Charleston Farms • Hanahan • Whipper Barony • Chicora • Wando Woods • Waylyn • Brentwood • Park at Rivers Edge • Northwood Estates

North Area

Summerville

Downtown Summerville • Warington Estates • Corey Woods • Nexton • Ladson • Wescott Plantation • Briarwood • Quail Arbor • Coosaw Creek • Kings Grant

Summerville

Articles & Insight

Ravenel Bridge in Charleston Snow

We Survived a Charleston Snow Day

It began on a Wednesday afternoon – most of Charleston was home from work and school, anticipating a historic weather event. What started as freezing rain became snowfall flurries, then

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Q&A with Bryan

So, how’s the market? Of course that would be the first question you ask! Short answer: it’s healthy. Sellers are selling and buyers are buying, and we’re not seeing the

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Home Improvements and Tax Credits

Homeowners in South Carolina enjoy the potential benefits of both sides of the energy improvement balance: the mild climate allows for cost effective upgrades to improve their homes’ energy efficiency,

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Living on King Street

[embedyt] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qWURI5sz6w[/embedyt] A glimpse into living on King Street in historic Charleston, SC, featuring examples of above-shop condominium villas and their recent pricing.

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Visions of a Lorelei Project

As developers swoop into the upper peninsula to save us from our own growing pains, every few years we see a new master planned community to complement and embrace the

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Park Circle arial photo

Is Park Circle Still a Good Deal?

Venture just north of the Charleston peninsula and you’ll come upon one of the first planned urban communities in South Carolina, the beautifully greenscaped, hip and popular, hot neighborhood of

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A Living Roof in Harleston Village

New construction is a rare sight on the historic Charleston peninsula. When the opportunity arises to build on scarce vacant land, there is also the opportunity to incorporate sustainable practices

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From My Side of the Lens

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Who is Bryan?

I am a South Carolina native, instilled with a regard for the natural environment that makes Charleston one of the greatest places to live, work, and play. I advocate for positive change in the South Carolina Lowcountry as an active partner in organizations such as The Sustainability Institute, the City of Charleston Department of Planning, Preservation & Sustainability, and Passport 72. When not creating masterpieces in the garden or kitchen, I can be found enjoying life with dogs on the rivers and beaches of the Lowcountry.

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