- Current Prices:$162,500 to $3,750,000
- Closed Prices:$178,380 to $987,500
- Median Sale Price:$555,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$334
- Association Fee Ranges:$0
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
- Age:1885 to 2020
- Sq. Ft.:622 to 12,825Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:2 to 28Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:1 to 33Bathrooms
- Lot Sizes:0 - 1 acres
Homes for Sale
Homes in this area come in a wide range of prices, styles, and sizes.
Where to Live
Flanked by the Medical University of South Carolina, Ashley River, and the Citadel, this neighborhood draws all kinds of folks to it. The homes here vary in price and size but are mostly single-family homes that offer a good deal of space and privacy. Quaint cottages and Lowcountry-style houses line the streets, while luxury condos near Bristol Marina boast views of the water.
Where to Eat
Nana's Seafood and Soul is a neighborhood institution. This unassuming gem is the kind of place you hope you can stumble upon in your travels, much less frequent on a regular basis as a resident. Seafood is very much a "Charleston thing," and Nana's does it right. Locals adore the shrimp and devil crabs, but you can't go wrong here. More dining options can be found along King Street including Leon's, a favorite in the neighborhood for oysters, fried chicken, and more.
What You'll See
Folks from every station in life live here, and visitors frequent the area to catch a football game at Johnson Hagood Memorial Stadium, relax in the neighborhood's scenic parks, or dine at any of the area's fantastic restaurants. You'll see some tourists, but more often than not you'll run into neighbors and familiar faces.
Friday Night Fun
Locals head to Recovery Room Tavern on King Street to enjoy a drink on the patio and shoot pool. When you're in the mood to dance, check out Faculty Lounge when one of their resident DJs is spinning classics and rarities. Even more nightlife options can be found further down King Street.
The Perfect Sunday
Start out your day with brunch at Harold's Cabin, then take your dog, family, or a good book to Brittlebank Park along the river. With great play areas and walking trails, you'll enjoy a relaxing Sunday afternoon in your very own neighborhood. In the evening, head to a Riverdogs baseball game to catch your new favorite minor-leaguers in action.
This neighborhood is home to some fun and unique properties, with something in the budget for all who seek a quality Charleston neighborhood. Westside is growing and therefore offers mid-range new builds and renovated classics alike.
Westside is bordered by several major roadways, so residents can get around quite easily by car, taxi, or ride-share. The neighborhood is fairly walkable and bike-friendly. Public transportation is run by CARTA (Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority), and residents have several bus routes to choose from to get to other boroughs or Charleston International Airport.
Sporting events • Parks • Great restaurants.
Locals Don't Love
Transient nature of the area • Construction • Traffic.
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