Charleston, SC Homes For Sale & Real Estate

$159,900
  • 2 bd
  • 2ba
  • 1,222 sqft

1387 Camp Rd

James Island, Charleston, SC
$104,000
  • 2 bd
  • 2ba
  • 898 sqft

507 Stinson Dr #4 E

West Ashley inside Mark Clark, Charleston, SC
$289,900
  • 4 bd
  • 2ba
  • 2,718 sqft

355 Betsy Rd

West Ashley inside Mark Clark, Charleston, SC
$182,500
  • 2 bd
  • 2ba
  • 1,180 sqft

1735 Orange Grove Shores Dr

West Ashley inside Mark Clark, Charleston, SC
$217,000
  • 3 bd
  • 3ba

45 Rivers Point Row #2

James Island, Charleston, SC
$419,900
  • 3 bd
  • 4ba
  • 3,461 sqft

2 Charing Cross Rd

West Ashley inside Mark Clark, Charleston, SC
$270,000
  • 3 bd
  • 1ba
  • 1,745 sqft

1743 Santee St

James Island, Charleston, SC
$148,800
  • 3 bd
  • 1ba
  • 1,119 sqft

1008 Locksley Dr

West Ashley inside Mark Clark, Charleston, SC
$2,345,000
  • 4 bd
  • 4ba
  • 5,200 sqft

58 Society St

Harleston Village, Charleston, SC
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Charleston, SC Real Estate Insights

Historic and charming Charleston, South Carolina is not just a top destination for vacationers, the city is often a dream relocation spot for individuals of all ages. With cobblestone streets, pastel homes dating back to the pre-Civil war era, lush gardens throughout and waterfront views overlooking the harbor, Charleston is considered a prime place place to live. Charleston is so preserved, a city-ordinance preventing skyscrapers remains today, barring buildings taller than the highest church steeple. This zoning law gives Charleston its nickname "The Holy City." Finding antiquity in the city isn't troublesome, with America's first theater, The Dock Street Theatre which opened in 1736, or the various graveyards scattered on various blocks which give Charleston its mysterious reputation. The city is also well-known for its lush landscape, as it has one of the highest tree canopy proportions in the nation at 45.95 percent coverage.
Distinguished allure and beauty aside, home prices in Charleston vary from steep to affordable, depending on home size and neighborhood. Overall, the average list price in Charleston last year was $435,461 - a 17.11 percent rise year-over-year. Inventory in Charleston also dipped minimally in 2015, with the number of homes on the market reducing by 2.04 percent to reach 912 listings. While the Charleston market is considered pricey, buyers looking to move to the area can be optimistic in rising home values. The price-per-square-foot appreciation last year rose 13.16 percent, from $190 to $215, allowing homeowners to benefit from a favorable, climbing market.