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Wagener Terrace

The neighborhoods of Wagener Terrace, Longborough and Lowndes Point are often collectively referred to as Wagener Terrace. Most of the area homes were built from the 1920s-1960s though since 2004, various upscale custom dwellings have sprung up on the Ashley River. Single family renovated homes range from about $600,000 to over $3,000,000. This neighborhood is popular with young professionals and families given its close proximity to the majority of Charleston’s restaurants and shopping, though Moe’s Tavern and Rutledge Cab Company are popular neighborhood places nearby. It is bordered on the south by the beautiful Hampton Park, once the site of The 1901 Charleston World Exposition.[/col2]

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Beseech your friends and family to host an event here as it is truly magical. Nestled among old oak trees along the banks of the Ashley River, Lowndes Grove has multiple historic buildings on beautifully manicured grounds. At the end of Saint Margaret Street.


Yes, a local convenience store with your typical offerings, but they also have a great selection of beers and wines, and always sell tickets to local Uptown events. At the corner of Grove and Rutledge across from the dog park.


This park is an awesome example of a collaboration between the City, Parks Conservancy and the neighborhood. With a new beautiful playground, soccer field, tennis and basketball courts, this park is a gem. At Hester and Peachtree.

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