King St Historic District

King Street is often compared to New York City’s 5th Avenue and boasts not only high end name brand boutiques, but also local purveyors and a fine selection of restaurants. This street is divided into three sections: Upper King (above Calhoun St) which is home to the Design District and many excellent restaurants; King St – from (Calhoun to Market St) with all your well known shops including Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Talbots etc…; and Lower King St (Market to Broad St) with more boutiques, antique and art galleries (and my favorite local restaurant – Il Cortile del Re as well as my favorite wine bar – Bin 152). There are countless condos to choose from, including newly renovated loft styles and historic buildings ranging from $350,000 to $1,750,000.  Parking comes at a premium here, so if that’s important to you make sure you let me know!

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Second Sunday on King St – the street is closed to cars.

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