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Historic French Quarter

Historic French Quarter

By on Mar 18, 2008 in Charleston Neighborhoods | 0 comments

Charleston, South Carolina is one of America’s most historic cities. One of the most eclectic neighborhoods is the French Quarter. The French Quarter has cobblestones streets, historic churches, quaint theaters and art galleries.
Part of the National Historic Register for its concentration of 18th and 19th century architecture, the French Quarter boasts some of the city’s best examples of early Georgian single houses, airy piazzas and lush courtyard gardens.

The French Quarter is a quiet residential area surrounded by some of Charleston’s best restaurants
trendy retail shops and lively entertainment. Featuring property that is comprised much of the original walled city dating back to 1704, French Quarter include old pirate taverns and tunnels dating to colonial days, the nation’s only and most famous French Anglican church, and the old theater where Planter’s punch was first concocted, and centuries-old graveyards where ghost tours are still available.

Just North of Broad Street, near the famous Charleston Market, the French Quarter is the address for the active and culturally involved Charleston resident.

Properties currently for sale in the French Quarter range from a One Bedroom Condo with 300 square feet for $297,000 to a beautiful brick restored warehouse with 5 bedrooms and 5,000 square feet for 3.4 million.

Click to view all French Quarter Homes currently available on Charleston, SC MLS.

Click to view all Historic Charleston Homes.

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