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As one of the oldest and largest cities in South Carolina, Charleston offers rich history and diversity. Founded in 1670, this city has a deep-rooted culture with plenty of quirks. While it offers many tourist destinations, Charleston is also a fabulous place to live with several neighborhoods to choose from.

Downtown Charleston is easy to walk and bike. This district is full of families, college students and everything in between. South of Broad is among the best neighborhoods in the area, offering beautiful carriage houses and spacious condos surrounded by gardens.

East Cooper is a convenient place to live for those who frequent downtown or the beach. In addition, this part of Charleston offers excellent public schools and recreational programs, contributing to its fast growth. Old Village is among the best neighborhoods, offering a cozy atmosphere.

East Ashley is another district with rapid growth, making it a family-friendly area. It is also quite affordable. Byrnes Down is among the best neighborhoods in this area, especially as it is near downtown and many local restaurants. The houses here are also quite spacious.

The North Area part of Charleston is quite industrial, but it is now building steam as a residential community. Daniel Island is a particularly popular neighborhood, complete with bike paths, public docks and golf courses.

When it comes to finding a family-friendly environment to purchase a home, Charleston is an ideal location. It offers a number of different neighborhoods that offer unique southern charm. Each neighborhood in the city has its own quirks.
Average price in Charleston
$400,266
Average price per  sq.feet  $183
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Average price per  sq.feet  $1.36
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