Have you discovered Charleston' Upper Peninsula? No?? Well, you're missing out! Charleston's Upper Peninsula is transitioning from industrial and commercial roots to modern work spaces, retail, restaurants and housing. It's a place to live, work and play!
You most likely have heard of The Citadel, Hampton Park and Lowndes Point. Well, that's the new Hot Spot for real estate, restaurants and gathering places! Some of the communities are: Longborough, Wagener Terrace, North Central, Hampton Terrace and NoMo. The prices are ranging from the $200's for a small fixer upper to over $1.4 million for 4500sf homes with stunning marsh and river views. There is truly a home for everyone's budget and liking. The location is the reason - these communities run along King St. and Rutledge, so you're accessible to the entire Peninsula. Hop on 26 or 17 and you can be anywhere in a matter of minutes!
Would you like to be within walking distance to restaurants for a mouth watering meal or friendly, indoor/outdoor happy hour? This is the place! Some of the restaurants are: Edmunds Oast, Butcher & Bee, Tattooed Moose, Leon's Oyster Shop, Harold's Cabin, and the much anticipated Rodney Scott's BBQ (to be located in the old Chick's Fry House).
I'd love to give you more information on Charleston's Uptown! Call me!