Located between Broad Street and the tip of the Charleston peninsula, the South of Broad area offers some of downtown’s most prized and prestigious addresses. In an area known for stately waterfront homes on the Ashley River and Charleston Harbor, it’s not an area in which condominiums are abundant. But with the area’s median home price of $1.5 million ranging to $20 million or more, the few condos that do become available offer homebuyers one of the only opportunities to live here for less than $1 million.
One of the most sought after condo properties in the areas, 1 King Street offers condominiums with views of the Harbor, White Point Gardens and The Battery. Logan Street is another area with a number of condos for sale in its converted homes and buildings. Homes and buildings south of Broad are among the city’s most historic and photographed.
Public buildings include the Old Exchange, the Provost Building and St. Michael’s Church. Homes, dating back to the early 1700s, include Heyward-Washington House, Nathaniel Russell House and the Calhoun Mansion. Top nearby restaurants include Oak Steakhouse, Fast and French, Magnolia’s, High Cotton, Mansion. Top Amen Street Fish and Raw Bar.