Robbie - here is some info on Harleston Village, hope it helps you out. Randall Sandin, Carolina One, 843-209-9667
Originally developed in 1770, Harleston village is a convenient , historic address in peninsular Charleston. This pleasant mix of antebellum houses and upscale modern townhouses is situated on the site of the first golf club in America, and a congenial community atmosphere still prevails. Surrounding the shady blocks of Harleston Village are the prestigious College of Charleston, South Carolinaâ€™s Medical University complex, and historic Cannon park and Colonial Lake.
Many of the old homes were built from the wealth of early 19th century rice mills that lined nearby Ashley River, and some of Charlestonâ€™s finest Italianate, Regency and Georgian architecture is featured in such noteworthy examples as the Blacklocke and Jenkins-Mikell houses and the College of Charlestonâ€™s Randolph Hall.
The sidewalk stroll is the preferred means of transportation along these quiet streets, where neighbors gather for morning cappuccino at corner cafes or late -afternoon cocktails on garden piazzas. Only a few blocks from the King Street retail district, the stylish restaurants of the City market, and the yachts and sailboats of the Charleston Marina, Harleston Village offers easy access to all the pleasures and necessities of the good life.