Charleston's Historic District
Charleston SC real estate in the historic district is often in demand. It's true that many towns and cities, especially along the Eastern seaboard, have historic areas. Charleston's, however, seems to have a deeper significance, which makes Charleston homes even more appealing.
Charleston's Eclectic Historic District
Real estate you'll find in Charleston's historic district is a rather eclectic mix. Here you'll discover everything – Greek revival, First/Second Colonial, Italianate and French Château…to name a few. The area was officially recognized as a historic district in 1970. However, since that time, it's increased in size five times. Today, it includes 81 contributing properties, which means local laws regulate what changes can be made to such structures in historic districts. In fact, the first local ordinances dealing with the historic building alteration began in Charleston in 1931. The historic district also includes 700 other properties. Picking the right location for you though requires an experienced, knowledgeable agent. So, if you've been searching for property in the downtown historic district, or even the French Quarter District and Navy Yard Historic District, be sure to contact us.
Marshall Walker's Team: Experts in Charleston SC Real Estate
My name is Marshall Walker and purchasing a home in historic Charleston is rewarding, but sometimes challenging. This is where having the right agent, with the proper information, is imperative. Contact me today and I'll make sure you have a knowledgeable Charleston SC real estate agent handling your search for the perfect location.