See active King Street real estate listings in the three distinct districts in Charleston, SC – Homes for sale on Upper King, Middle King, & Lower King.
See Westside Charleston Homes For Sale! Turn-of-the-century craftsman style, freedman cottages, and large single style family residencies typify Westside homes for sale. The Westside has much diversity across the Peninsula and includes The Bristol Condominiums that overlook the Ashley River which can run up to $1M. Home prices here range from $100,000-$500,000.
Charleston’s Radcliffeborough neighborhood is one of the most convenient to campus of MUSC and the College of Charleston. 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. This neighborhood is populated by doctors, college students and more in 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 3/4 BR for under $800,000.
In the past ten years, Cannonborough and Elliottborough have experienced significant change, most of it due to the . Old homes have been spruced up and new homes have been built, though there are still many Handyman Specials available for those with a keen eye. Homes here range from $150,000 for a fixer upper to $800,000 for a large renovated home. One of the newer developments is The Gathering at Morris Square, which features an exciting new urban neighborhood with homes in a prime downtown Charleston location. Originally inspired by our city’s hidden gardens, small alleys and courtyards, brick paths, and covered passages, the neighborhood combines classic Charleston architecture with modern design. Thirty-three single-family attached and detached homes are currently under construction. With pricing starting in the low $450’s, these homes feature eight convenient floorplans, two off-street parking places, and metal roofs.
Harleston Village is one of Downtown Charleston’s best kept secrets. Convenient to MUSC and The College of Charleston, this neighborhood is a brief walk to the King St shopping district and the City Marina. Homes here range from $500,000 to $3,000,000.