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Known as Charleston’s Island Town, things on Daniel Island move at a different pace. Though it isn’t far from downtown Charleston, this tight-knit community feels like another place altogether. With its beautiful coastal views and quiet neighborhoods, it’s community-based in every way, and offers a large variety of homes, townhomes and condominiums.
Just over the bridge from downtown Charleston, this hidden neighborhood offers a quaint town center complete with restaurants, shops, and quiet walking paths. The stunning lake is the heart of this beautiful well established neighborhood.
Travel up Highway 17 you’ll discover a variety of neighborhoods including Park West and Carolina Park. This growing area of Charleston offers close proximity to stores and restaurants all within walking distance.
One of South Carolina’s many barrier islands, Isle of Palms is a popular beach destination for locals and tourists alike. Known for its stunning views of the Lowcountry’s waterways, the Isle of Palms prides itself on being a family beach community. Adjacent to Mount Pleasant, the community is convenient to shopping and restaurants.
Sullivan’s Island is the perfect beachside town for year-round residents. Located north of the Charleston Harbor, inhabitants of this relaxed island enjoy the company of friends at local watering holes, like the infamous Poe’s Tavern, and sunset bike rides on the beach.
Once you’ve experienced what downtown Charleston has to offer, you’ll understand why it keeps topping lists for the nation’s best city. The charm of downtown’s stores and boutiques, acclaimed restaurants and cobblestone streets are what keep them coming back. Charlestonians appreciate the city’s sophistication, along with its small town feel.
Nicknamed “The Flowertown in the Pines,” Summerville provides the convenience of a large suburb with the feeling of a small town. Summerville has continued its growth over the past few decades, and is still developing. Newer neighborhoods offer families a place to put down roots in this small town with big charm.
The town of James Island is a distinctly unique and beautiful area of Charleston. Nestled among deep blue waters of the Charleston Harbor and the meandering Stono and Folly Rivers, James Island boasts scenic marsh views and majestic trees. Once covered in farmland, James Island is now primarily a residential community that manages to protect that small-town feel.