North Charleston is South Carolina’s 3rd largest city with an estimated population of 110,000. The city offers a number of shopping centers, restaurants, parks, museums, and historic sites. The Performing Arts Center, the North Charleston Coliseum, and the Charleston Area Convention Center host many concerts and entertainment events year-round. The North Charleston Coliseum is also home to the state’s first professional ice hockey team, The South Carolina Stingrays.
Many older areas in North Charleston have been renovated in recent years and turned into some of the trendiest areas in the low-country. Park Circle was praised in This Old house magazine for its "hundreds of lovingly crafted -- albeit more modest and affordable -- old houses surrounding a 30-plus-acre park filled with baseball fields, playgrounds, and a weekly farmer's market." Whether you are looking for an older home with large trees in the yard or a modern living space with a coffee shop in walking distance to your home, Park Circle offers all the amenities you desire and is just a 15 minute drive to Charleston.
North Charleston is made up of over 50 neighborhoods, each of which is well represented by a designated Neighborhood President, City Council Member, and Mayor who continually work to improve the quality of the neighborhoods. Some of these neighborhoods include: Deer Park, Indigo Fields, Olde North Charleston, The Park at Rivers Edge, Colony North, Oak Terrace Preserve, Ashley Heights, Windsor Place, Woodstock, Wando Woods, and Park Circle as mentioned above.
If you are interested in calling North Charleston home, call me and let’s find the best neighborhood for you!