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The city of Charleston is set on a peninsula where the Cooper River and the Ashley River flow into the Charleston Harbor. The peninsula itself is divided between the Upper Peninsula and the Lower Peninsula. Notable neighborhoods in the Lower Peninsula include South of Broad, Ansonborough, Harleston Village, Mazyck-Wraggborough, East Side, Radcliffeborough and Cannonborough-Elliotborough. Residents of the Lower Peninsula are fortunate enough to be close to the downtown area with all its shops, restaurants, theaters, galleries, small businesses and historic markers. There are plenty of historic homes for sale in Lower Peninsula, as well as modern construction projects and renovations.
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Ansonborough is a historically rich neighborhood with a number of architecturally significant buildings with close proximity to some of Charleston’s top attractions and commercial districts. Tree-lined streets and charming homes gracefully intermingle with each other. The city’s oldest standing home, the Col. William Rhett house (1712) is located in Ansonborough. Residents of Ansonborough are within minutes of restaurants, museums, shops, art galleries and the historic Charleston Market.
With historic homes to modern condominiums, Harleston Village is ideally located near highly desirable places in Charleston like Cannon Park, College of Charleston and the Medical University of South Carolina. Set on the lower west side of the peninsula, Harleston Village is primarily residential, so residents can enjoy the amenities of the city without the hustle and bustle. It's close to the City Market, Charleston marina and the King Street retail district so residents can access whatever they need.
Mazyck-Wraggborough is a neighborhood with both charm and style. Many structures date to the early 1800s, and some of the notable landmarks include the Aiken-Rhett mansion that is now a museum, and the Second Presbyterian Church. These contrast nicely with the Charleston Music Hall, Charleston Maritime Center and the Charleston Visitor’s Center, among others. Residents of Mazyck-Wraggborough are living right in the heart of the peninsula and reaping all the benefits.
With plenty of restaurants, shops and galleries, Radcliffeborough is ideal for residents who like to walk the streets in search of entertainment and education. Beautiful antebellum homes blend well with newer construction to create a community that residents are very proud of.
Cannonborough-Elliotborough neighborhoods are close to everything, such as Upper King Street, Medical University of South Carolina and the College of Charleston, among others. Both neighborhoods include fine restaurants, shops and community events.