Harleston Village Charleston, SC Real Estate
Nestled in the middle of Charleston Harbor, King Street, and Broad Street, with the College of Charleston and MUSC to the south, Harleston Village offers some of the best real estate options that downtown Charleston has to offer.
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Harleston Village Charleston: What You'll Love
One of the most captivating features is Colonial Lake Park, which boasts recently renovated grounds along a promenade surrounding the lake, beckoning walkers, joggers, and bikers with its idyllic beauty. Cannon Park is another well-known historical attraction in Harleston Village, featuring the grand columns of the former site of the Charleston Museum, which burned down in 1981.
Long recognized as one of the oldest and most walkable downtown Charleston neighborhoods, Harleston Village effortlessly combines urban landscaping with natural beauty and waterfront living. With an abundance of marinas along the Charleston Harbor, cozy local coffee shops, a diverse mix of local and gourmet eateries, and many public amenities such as tennis courts and parks, this eclectic Charleston community is a perfect place to set down roots.
Harleston Village Homes for Sale in Downtown Charleston
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Harleston Village District FAQ's
Is Harleston Village Safe?
Yes - Harleston Village is within walking distance to anything a family may need and considered very safe for an urban setting. Walk to 4 private schools, numerous restaurants, corner stores and several stroller friendly parks!
Where was Harleston Green?
Harleston Green was the first golf “course” in the United States, founded right here in Charleston in 1786! The first round of golf was said to be held at Harleston Green park, a “course” located between Cahloun and Beaufain Streets, spanning from Rutledge Ave to the Ashley River.
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