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HORIZON DISTRICT

Rendering of the Horizon District, a collaboration between MUSC and the City of Charleston that will be developed over the next ten years in the West Side of Charleston, just north of the Crosstown.   Charleston neighborhoods outside the crosstown include the West Side,  Hampton Park Terrace,  Wagener Terrace, and  North Central.  See the following map for a more visual reference, and click the links on the map’s neighborhood descriptions to see real estate listings for sale.

Westside – Downtown Charleston

Turn-of-the-century craftsman style, freedman cottages, and large single style family residencies typify this neighborhood. The Westside has much diversity across the Peninsula. Like North Central, homes here range from $100,000-$400,000.


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North Central

Developed on former farmland during the early 1900s, North Central is a quiet and conveniently located neighborhood. Most houses are two storied, built of wood, and have front porches. North Central is home to a variety of homes, many of which were built in the 1940s and 50s. See homes for sale in historic Charleston’s North Central below – prices range from $100,000-$400,000.


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Hampton Park Terrace

Originally the site of the Washington Race course, in 1902 it was the site of the South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition. Constructed in the early 1900’s, the site of Hampton Park Terrace was chosen for its desirable location out of town, as well as its proximity to the Ashley River. Homes in this neighborhood range from $250,000 – $800,000.


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Wagener Terrace

Wagener Terrace is a revitalized neighborhood on the peninsula that attracts, families, young professionals and students alike. Different from the boroughs of the peninsula, Wagener Terrace offers the downtown convenience without the hustle and bustle of an urban lifestyle. Largely developed in the early 20th century, this neighborhood is typified by brick bungalows and craftsman cottages. Single family renovated homes range from about $250,000 to over $2,000,000. Fixer-uppers start at around $130,000.


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Peninsular Charleston – Outside the Crosstown


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