Why you'd want to live in Historic Charleston
With all the grace and charm of a Southern City, Charleston draws in visitors and residents with its historic charisma and waterfront panoramas. The history of Charleston is a veritable living museum of Antebellum mansions with earthquake bolts and ornate iron gates.Graceful promenades like the city’s waterfront High Battery feature, on one side, a panoramic view of historic Fort Sumter and Charleston Harbor, and on the other, a row of statuesque and Italianate and Greek Revival mansions . The Charleston peninsula is a true treasure of South Carolina, and America, for that matter. The peninsula lies between the Ashley and Cooper Rivers where they meet the Wando River to create stunning Charleston Harbor. The peninsula is overflowing with history, culture, arts, entertainment, shopping, and exquisite dining. Historic homes, condominiums and other real estate properties on the historic Charleston peninsula are highly desirable and sought after as they provide the unique and luxurious opportunity of living in this one of a kind, upscale community.