Ansonborough, one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in downtown Charleston, SC.
Quiet, shaded streets lined by impressive live oaks make a beautiful backdrop for the handsome homes in Ansonborough. Many homes have grand columns and airy piazzas with charming wrought iron and garden courtyards.
A literal five-minute walk from the bustling shopping district of Charleston. Up-scale restaurants, libraries, museums, fine art galleries, world-class retail and the city market all neighbor Ansonborough.
Nationally recognized as a model for historic preservation and rehabilitation, today Ansonbrough still retains the look and feel of Charleston long ago. The neighborhood was created in 1696 as the very first suburb within the original walled city. It came to be known as its current name from the colonial naval officer, George Anson, who was said to have won the property during a card game with a local merchant.
As far as real estate opportunities go, there are several expansive single and double houses, town homes, carriage houses and condos. There is something for everyone.
If you want to take a tour of this historic and charming part of Charleston, SC, please give me, Bob Brennaman a call at 843-345-6074.
Check out a video I shot a little while back that adds some pictures to the words above.