The many and varied neighborhoods of the Charleston Peninsula

Living in Charleston is an experience unlike any other.  Urban but close to nature, historic with all the conveniences of modern living, lively, peaceful and utterly romantic – it’s the best of all worlds.  On this Peninsula we call Charleston, we are surrounded by rivers and live in vastly different neighborhoods.  We eat at fine restaurants and walk to work.

Having lived in many cities, both big and small, I can say that Charleston is undoubtedly my favorite.  So take the time to explore it.  You might just fall in love.  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.

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