Explore Charleston


Downtown Peninsula

Rich with history and southern charm, the Downtown Peninsula is the Holy Grail of all things Charleston. Situated between the Cooper and Ashley Rivers, this beloved city is also the oldest in South Carolina. Downtown is filled with hundreds of award winning restaurants, the gorgeous Battery, cobblestone streets, churches, and of course, incredible homes that date all the way back to 1712 to present day. 


The Peninsula is made up of the following boroughs: 

King Street Historic District, South of Broad, The French Quarter, Ansonborough, Harleston Village, Cannonborough-Elliottborough, Radecliffeborough, East Side, West Side,

NoMo, Mazyck-Wraggborough, and Waegner Terrace.


Mount Pleasant

Just three miles over Aurther Ravenel Jr. Bridge from Downtown lies the beautiful city of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Here, you will find the famous Shem Creek - known for its shrimp boats and seafood restaurants, Patriots Point - home to the USS Yorktown Aircraft Carrier, the historic Old Village filled with incredible waterfront homes, and tons of wonderful family-filled neighborhoods. There are plenty of shopping centers, grocery stores, and healthcare facilities as well. One of the best parts about living in Mount Pleasant is that you are only minutes away from the beaches at Sullivans Island and The Isle of Palms.


Sullivans Island 

Named after Captain Florence O’Sullivan who was stationed as a lookout in the late 17th century, this beautiful island has always played an important part in Charleston’s history. The island is home to the “Charleston Light” or Sullivan’s island lighthouse, and Fort Moultrie, and overlooks Fort Sumter sea fort. This two and a half mile barrier island has a handful of popular restaurants, beachfront and deepwater front homes, and everything in between! The real estate on this island has a median home price of $2.45 Million.


Isle of Palms  

One of Charleston’s most sought after Islands, The Isle of Palms, is a wonderful community boarded by the Atlantic Ocean on one side, and the Intracoastal Waterway on the other. Quiet neighborhood streets surround a local business district filled with bars, restaurants, shops, grocery stores and more. The Isle of Palms Marina offers public and private boat ramps and storage, a wide variety of watersports, and occasional live entertainment. Centrally located on the island, the recreation center offers tennis courts, basketball courts, large playground, soccer field, softball and baseball fields, and a very popular dog park. Upscale, yet more affordable compared to Sullivans Island, the medium home price on Isle of Palms is right around $1.1 million dollars.


Wild Dunes on
Isle of Palms

Located on the northern tip of the Isle of Palms, Wild Dunes is the closest beach resort to:

  • Isle of Palms 

  • Awendaw 

  • Daniel Island 

  • West Ashley 

  • James Island 

  • Folly Beach 

  • Johns Island 

  • Kiawah Island

  • North Charleston

  • Summerville

  • Goose Creek

  • Moncks Corner