RADCLIFFEBOROUGH HOMES FOR SALE
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Radcliffeborough Homes For sale – this Downtown Charleston neighborhood is one of the most convenient to campuses of MUSC and the College of Charleston. Bordered to the north by Spring Street and to the south by Calhoun Street, the location is ideal.
This neighborhood is populated by doctors, college students and young professionals who enjoy a more urban lifestyle available in this areas condos and historic properties. Homes here are more affordable than those in the neighborhoods south of Calhoun St, and it’s not hard to find a beautiful 3 or 4 bedroom homes for under $800,000.
The proximity to upper King Street, one of Charleston’s liveliest areas is also very attractive. Residents here can walk over to Francis Marion Square, enjoy one of the many nearby cafes, and shopping along King. In addition, the proximity to MUSC, Roper St Francis, as well as the new West Edge medical research park provides a great opportunity for professionals in the hospital and medical research communities to walk or bike to work.
Many of the older homes in Radcliffeborough have recently been renovated and provide a great rental income opportunity for investors or for parents of students who wish to provide housing to their kids while they attend the College of Charleston. Students who live in this area enjoy a short walk to their classes, dining halls, auditoriums and recreation.
History of Radcliffeborough
Radcliffeborough the neighborhood began as farmland purchased by Thomas Radcliffe in 1786. Thomas Radcliffe acquired the tract of land now bounded by King, Vanderhorst, Smith and Radcliffe streets, and had it surveyed. After Radcliffe was lost at sea in 1806, development of the suburb was continued by his widow, Mrs. Lucretia Radcliffe, and other heirs.