Welcome to Charleston Downtown
A dynamic and vibrant neighborhood with historic homes and waterfront views
Charleston is one of the oldest cities in the United States, founded in 1670. The city offers history and delicious cuisine. Downtown Charleston is defined by King Street, a thoroughfare featuring great restaurants, home goods stores, art galleries, and salons. Charleston is home to approximately 130,000 residents, and Downtown Charleston is also referred to as “the Peninsula” and includes Cainhoy Peninsula, Daniel Island, Johns Island, James Island, and West Ashley.
Across a nearly five-square-mile area, Charleston is a charming southern city that features some of the most beautiful architecture in the United States. The city is also home to The Citadel and Parris Island. Downtown Charleston is home to some of the most impressive homes in Charleston. Residents enjoy being a part of the city's history, and notable residents can sometimes trace their ancestry back to the colonial period. Residing in Charleston is a great way to explore the Carolina Lowcountry and its eclectic attributes.
From its open markets, waterfront views, and horse-drawn carriages to the College of Charleston and dazzling marshland, the city of Charleston is one of the most unique places in the United States. Residents enjoy living in this part of the country because of its ties to colonial and antebellum history. Historic preservation societies work hard to ensure that many of Charleston's great historic buildings are preserved for future generations.
What to Love
Charleston is one of the most refined cities in the United States. Although it is rooted in the past, the atmosphere of Charleston is eclectic and unique. Residents spend their time boating, fishing, and swimming during the warm summer months. Crabbing and shrimping are also important pastimes among local families in Charleston. The atmosphere in the city is permeated with the past, and many of the homes seem to have secret secrets that are hidden from view. The mysterious nature of some parts of Charleston lends it an appealing charm that attracts people from all over the world.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
The Shops at Charleston Place and Shop Historic Charleston are two of the most important shopping centers in Charleston. Retail stores, boutique shops, and restaurants are all available at these two superb shopping centers. Poogan’s Porch offers southern cuisine in a lovely Victorian townhouse. The restaurant also features a wine cellar.
Things to Do
Spend the morning exploring Fort Sumter National Monument and learn about the shots that started the American Civil War. The South Carolina Aquarium is a great place to explore the flora and fauna of South Carolina. Visitors can see alligators, bald eagles, barn owls, and many other animals.
The Historic Charleston City Market is a large building in downtown Charleston that takes up four blocks and has more than 300 business vendors selling their goods. Rainbow Row offers residents a glimpse into the past. The restored row houses are beautiful and impressive throughout every season of the year.
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