The Charleston area attracts newcomers everyday – industry is booming, development is in full swing, and yet the adored Charleston lifestyle has remained much the same. Charleston is made up of a collection of enclaves that offer something for everyone. Here is an overview of our areas:
Located in the southern end of Berkeley County, South Carolina, the city has achieved a balance between growth, the environment and the preservation of the small town character. Residents live, work, and raise their families surrounded by the rich historic and natural treasures of the low country.
Hanahan is a growing community between North Charleston and Goose Creek. Fishing and water sports are a large part of life in Hanahan with direct access to the Cooper River. It is known for its low crime rates and strong public schools. Portions of the Naval Weapons Station Charleston are there making Hanahan a great place to live and work.
In two words: Park Circle. North Charleston is known as the entertainment, transportation and business center for the Lowcountry. The North Charleston Coliseum, Performing Arts Center, Convention Center, International airport and Boeing facilities make North Charleston the area’s most convenient place to live and work. Historic Park Circle is the area’s premier residential hub offering a wide variety of housing and a historic main street of fabulous shops and restaurants. The best St. Patricks Day block party is here.
In two words: azaleas, bustling. The historic town of Summerville, known as the “Flowertown in the Pines,” was once an escape for plantation owners from the mosquito-laden marshes. The same qualities that developed Summerville as one of America’s first resorts in the early 1800s, are still very much alive today. The outstanding Dorchester 2 school district offers an extra dose of desirability. Even as Summerville grows as one of Charleston premier communities, residentsstill experience thehistoric charm and hospitality established by earliest dwellers.