North Charleston, South Carolina's 3rd largest city, is located in Berkely and Dorchester counties and is bordered by the Ashley and Cooper Rivers. It is home to key businesses in the area including Boeing, Daimler Vans Manufacturing, Bosch Corporation as well as a Verizon Wireless call center that employs over 1,000 people.
Charleston International Airport and the Charleston AFB are located in North Charleston. That, coupled with convenient access to I-26 and I-526, makes North Charleston a convenient location to call home. The trifecta of the North Charleston Coliseum, the North Charleston Convention Center and the North Charleston Performing Arts Center offers a variety of entertainment, business and cultural opportunities. Tanger Outlet Mall provides a plethora of shopping opportunities as well. North Charleston is also home to Charleston Southern University and Trident Technical College.
North Charleston is a family friendly community offering activities, parks, greenspaces and community centers for all ages. The city was recognized by KaBoom! as a Playful City USA location. The former Charleston Navy Base has been transformed into the beautiful Riverfront Park and plays host to a number of family friendly events throughout the year. The Rockin' Summer Concert Series is a highlight bringing in top acts for the community's entertainment. The Charleston Navy Base Memorial honors the men and women who have served our country as well as thousands of civilians who worked at the base before its 1996 closure. This area also hosts the Hunley Museum. The Hunley is a Civil War era submarine that was recovered from the ocean floor in 2000. It is currently undergoing restoration and examination at the museum. The submarine as well as several artifacts recovered from it can be seen at the museum.
One of North Charleston's trendiest communities is Park Circle, conveniently located close to I-26 and I-526. With its very own "downtown district", it is the perfect blend of homes, shops, restaurants, businesses, churches, and parks. It is one of South Carolina's first modern planned communities dating back to the mid-1900's. Homes available include an array of grand brick homes as well as quaint bungalow style homes. Many have been renovated but the area still offers homes waiting for your own personal touch in restoration and renovation.
House appreciation in North Charleston is up 4.9% in the last 12 months making it a great place to call home.
Lowcountry Realty of Charleston looks forward to helping you find your new home in North Charleston.