Originally founded as Charles Towne, Charleston is the second largest city in South Carolina. Known for its deep and rich history, Charleston is not only a great place to visit, it could also be your ideal place to retire.
Charleston Convention and Visitor’s Bureau – Whether you’re planning to visit or planning to stay, this is a great place to start.
Nine Things We Love About Charleston – From Huffington Post
Finding the flavors of Charleston, SC – This NY Times piece has some good tips for eating in Charleston
Popular Charleston Area Communities
The Ponds – This community is located in nearby Summerville and is in a lowcountry setting. Still close enough to Charleston. “Nature. Nurture. Neighborhood,” is the motto for The Ponds Summerville, SC community. And though it’s 25 miles inland from it’s fast-growing neighbor of Charleston, “lowcountry” is the theme – something the developers are trying to reflect in architectural style, old-growth preservation and community attitude.
Poplar Grove – A “green community” where conservation is top of mind. Planned amenities include a 100-acre equestrian facility, a green barn, a community pool, a boat landing, a town square and kayak outposts to be located across the property.