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IN THE HEART OF THE CITY
Bordering the historic Market of downtown Charleston, Ansonborough is one of the most convenient boroughs on the peninsula. Quiet, shady streets intersect with well-traveled roads in this historic and charming neighborhood. Rebuilt after the great fire of 1836, Ansonborough was the city’s first suburb and boasts some impressive historic homes which have undergone extensive restorations thanks to the work of the Historic Charleston Foundation.
Some of Charleston’s most beautiful homes can be found here, right around the corner from the city market and walking distance to everything.
"Our neighborhood is one of the best kept secrets in Charleston because we are right in the middle of everything, yet it still has a distinct neighborhood feel and we do not get all the tourist traffic of South of Broad."
- ANSONBOROUGH RESIDENT -
PROS & CONS
FROM A LOCAL'S PERSPECTIVE
A mainly residential area with close proximity to some of the city’s best restaurants and shops.
This area sees less tourist and foot traffic than the neighboring French Quarter yet remains in an ideal location with bustling commercial districts on all sides.
With both historic homes and more contemporary businesses this borough offers the perfect mix of urban living with a more residential feel.
Zoned for the Charleston metro public school system with several independent elementary, middle and high schools close by.
Quick access to Highways 17 and 26 from East Bay Street.
Some homes here are considered historic and subject to approval from the Board of Architectural Review for renovations and alterations.
Street parking can be hard to come by if living close to the market.