Charleston Neighborhoods are diverse in character, architecture and charm. South of Broad, Ansonborough, Harleston Village, the French Quarter, Wagener Terrace – each has a distinct personality that helps to make up the eccentric, lovely patchwork that is the Charleston Peninsula. To learn more about each one, click your mouse on a colored area. I have also included a list of the Charleston area’s walkable neighborhoods in a map below.
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Charleston, SC has a delightful and very walkable historic urban core, but the metro area also includes a few other neighborhoods where if you don’t feel like getting in your car to go somewhere, you might not have to. There’s a great website out there called WalkScore – just type in the address of a house you love or the place you live now, and get a score for the walkability of your neighborhood, plus a list of all the services, restaurants, schools and such nearby.
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