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About Charleston

Few places in the world outshine South Carolina’s romantic low country as a place to build or buy your home. The region is known worldwide for its lovely natural settings, amazing beaches, historic architecture, great foods, friendly people and cultural arts.

Charleston is the low country region’s star city and one of the South’s most appealing destinations and consistently rated as one of the best places to live. It has been hailed recently as “America’s Friendliest City” and by Travel & Leisure as the “World’s #1 Best City”. That’s tough to top!

But the Holy City as Charleston is known is surrounded by the marvelous low country region full of charming small towns, glorious beaches, historic sites, and the best in recreational opportunities such as world-class golf courses and maritime sports. Now, the low country region is exploding as a high-tech, manufacturing and export hub with thousands of jobs created annually. Whether retirement or a new career is your calling, Charleston and the low country region has the best to offer.

Why Choose Charleston ?

Stunning Beaches
Charleston’s got the harbor, but just minutes away, the charming village of Sullivan’s Island has the ocean and pristine sand. To the south, there’s the eclectic charm of Folly Beach.
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There are over twenty golf courses in the Charleston region and Kiawah Island is one of the country’s top golf resorts, featuring five championship courses in privileged oceanfront locations.
Memorable Walks
One of the best things is how long you can be there without ever needing your car. The City is compact, safe and walkable. It epitomizes “pedestrian-friendly”. In the low country region, there are numerous walking paths through natural wonderlands with scenic vistas. And, of course, there are always strolls on the beach.

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Areas in Charleston

N. Charleston / Goose Creek

N. Charleston / Goose Creek

N. Charleston / Goose Creek

After incorporation in 1972, North Charleston has grown to become the third-largest city in South Carolina.  Today its population has grown to nearly 110,000 people. North Charleston, Goose Creek

Places in Charleston

Wannamaker County Park

North Charleston Wannamaker County Park is a nature-oriented park designed for family and group use. It offers over 1,015 acres of beautiful woodlands and wetlands, and provides guests with a variety of activities. Miles of paved trails allow for exploration of the area’s beautiful natural resources.

Riverfront Park

Riverfront Park is open to the public year-round. It's a favorite destination for residents and visitors. Set on the banks of the Cooper River, the park is adjacent to the historic homes once occupied by the Charleston Naval Base officers, surrounded by oak trees and river vistas. Bordered by Noisette Creek, the park boasts a magnificent contemporary Performance Pavilion and meadow.

H. L. Hunley

H. L. Hunley, often referred to as Hunley, was a submarine of the Confederate States of America that played a small part in the American Civil War.Hunley demonstrated the advantages and the dangers of undersea warfare.

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