Located in the northwest section of the Charleston peninsula, Hampton Park Terrace is perfect for homebuyers wanting to live in downtown but not deal with the congestion and high costs of some of its more historic neighborhoods.
Featuring large lot sizes, home prices typically range from the upper $400s to low $500s and up. Home styles offer a good variety of Colonial, bungalow and craftsman style homes with architecture details that include fireplaces, high ceilings and heavy moldings. Homes here typically date to the early 1900s.
Located next to the Citadel, attractions within walking distance include the Riverdogs minor league baseball stadium as well as Hampton and Brittlebank Parks. Brittlebank Park offers athletic fields, a playground, basketball courts and a fishing pier on the Ashley River. The 64-acre Hampton Park, the city’s largest, is popular for walkers and runners, picnicking and features huge century old oak trees and ample green areas for relaxation.
Homes fronting the park command some of the neighborhood’s highest prices. The nearby Jack Adams Tennis Center offers six courts with lights for night play and the Citadel offers collegiate sports and other events throughout the year. Just a short drive from the restaurants, shops and historic sites of the lower peninsula, the neighborhood is also convenient to North Charleston and US 17 for quick access to Mt. Pleasant and beach areas.
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