Great Neighborhoods to Invest in Historic Charleston - Ansonborough
It's not South of Broad, but the houses are often very grand. It's not Elliotborough or Canonborough, being nearer to town with larger trees and more established residents. It's definitely not the East or West sides, as the houses are larger and the population less eclectic. Ansonborough is a part of downtown historic Charleston, SC with its own look and feel.
It is a quick walk to the sights and sounds of downtown, from the life of Upper King St. to the museums and Galleries of Meeting Street, and beyond.
It is quiet and leafy with plenty to see and do within easy reach. What were once wooden dwellings were transferred into large brick-built Charleston Singles by a city-wide fire in the 1850’s. What was once a run down area has been transformed over the last 30 years into one of the most desirable and iconic historic neighborhoods in the city. What was once, as in Charleston itself, will always be reinvented.
Its a breeze to I-26 and the Charleston International Airport and a simple hop to the Ravenel Bridge and out East along the coast.