Known by many as the ‘garden district’, you'll not only find exquisite landscaping, but also grand Charleston homes in Wraggborough. Developed in the early 19th century by John Wragg, the streets are named for various family members - John, Henrietta, Ann, Elizabeth, Mary, and Judith.
Wraggborough boasts more parks – including Marion Square (the Farmer’s market) and Tidemann Park – than any other area in downtown Charleston. You will also find stately museum houses, art galleries, historic churches and enticing restaurants. There is also shopping on trendy upper King Street. If that’s not enough, the neighborhood is within walking distance of the new Gaillard Auditorium, the Charleston Music Hall, Charleston Maritime Center, or The SC Aquarium. As for proximity, the neighborhood of Wragborough is bordered by Calhoun on the south, King Street to the east and the Cooper River. If you'd like to see it for yourself, I'd be happy to join you. My name is Ulf Hartwig and I look forward to showing you Wragborough, or any Charleston SC real estate. Get started with a quick call or e-mail to me today.Modify Search Criteria
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This five-bedroom rental close to the College of Charleston, MUSC, and King Street has an excellent rental history, and presents a good opportunity...