The Midtown area of has seen an influx of outstanding restaurants, stunning streetscapes, and boutique shops that have breathed new life into this historic community in recent years. Midtown stretches from Meeting and King Streets to Marion Square providing you as a homeowner with a mix of commerce, history, and modern conveniences. Here you’ll find church steeples with an antebellum flavor, live music, coffee shops, wine bars, and plenty of ancient oaks all accessible with new landscaping and sidewalks.
Properties now available in the Midtown area of Charleston begin at about 900 square feet for a single family home priced at $400,000 up to 3,000 square feet for $900,000. These homes are tastefully appointed and feature exteriors in line with architectural designs of the period. You’ll have ample space to entertain and perhaps catch a glimpse of a passing parade from your front porch. Midtown is a favorite route for parades and even hosted Theodore Roosevelt (1902) as well as the Marquis de Lafayette (1825). If you prefer a condo, you can find one that boasts 1,220 square feet with two bedrooms at $459,000 up to a three bedroom unit with 2,291 square feet for $879,000. These condos will have spacious floor plans, exceptional kitchens for your entertaining needs, and unique areas for reading or having intimate conversations with family and friends.
Owning property in Midtown will place you close to which is a green area that you can enjoy on weekends. Visit the Farmer’s Market that’s held throughout the summer months on Saturday and then be sure to put the Charleston Wine Festival on your calendar for later in the year. You can enjoy the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition and some of the many other activities held in Marion Square. If it’s tasty cuisine that you enjoy, Midtown will offer you a plethora of restaurant choices that include seafood, French dishes, and Low Country specialties that are sure to please your palate. The entertainment that you’ll find in Charleston is second to none. Visit the Charleston Music Hall where you can enjoy musicals and concerts all year long and catch performances in some of the pubs on the weekends.
If you love history and architecture, you must take a walking tour of Charleston so that you can see the beautiful buildings and hear the story behind each one. From the Charleston Visitor Center to Camden Towers, you can see replicas of how life used to look in old Charleston. You’ll find a myriad of ways to enjoy water sports in the area, great coffee shops to begin your morning, and safe streets and pathways to take that morning jog or evening stroll.
Owning property in Midtown is sure to rekindle your appreciation for a more satisfying quality of life steeped in convenience and historical value. If you are interested in Midtown be sure to give Beach Realty Group a call. If Midtown is not for you, then take a look at Wraggborough, French Quarter or Elliotborough.
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