Upper Peninsula




Charleston is a historic city bursting with energy and charm, and nowhere is it more evident than in the neighborhoods of the Upper Peninsula. Residents are close to jobs, shops, restaurants, historic sites and all kinds of entertainment. Notable neighborhoods in the Upper Peninsula include Hampton Park Terrace, Wagener Terrace, Westside, East Central and North Central.

Upper Peninsula real estate is as diverse as the home buyers who seek it out. From historic homes on well-established streets to modern townhomes and condos, the homes for sale in Upper Peninsula are not going to disappoint home buyers. In fact, Upper Peninsula real estate is some of the most sought after property in all of Charleston, so home buyers should not put off their search for too long.

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Hampton Park Terrace

North Central

Wagener Terrace



Hampton Park Terrace is characterized by rows of lovely turn of the century homes, charming cottages and more. It’s close to The Citadel, Johnson Hagood Memorial Stadium and the 60-acre Hampton Park. Because the neighborhood wasn’t built until around 1900, the homes here are distinctly different from other Charleston neighborhoods, and most of the original properties remain, making the entire neighborhood a historic district. Residents of Hampton Park Terrace really know how to embrace the past and create a bright future.

Wagener Terrace was built primarily between 1920 to 1955. With its quiet charm, Wagener Terrace is proof that residents don’t have to live across a bridge to reside in an ideal neighborhood with top amenities. Residents of Wagener Terrace are close to shops, schools, gorgeous parks and more.

Packed with lovely green spaces and charming homes, the neighborhood of Westside is gaining a reputation as a top place to live, work and play. Brittlebank Park, Stoney Field and Harmon Field are ideal for spending time outdoors. It’s walking distance to the shops and restaurants of Upper King Street, and there’s a thriving commercial district in Westside as well. Residents will really enjoy living in this walkable neighborhood.

Residents who love being part of the transformation efforts in East Central feel right at home as revitalization and renovation projects abound. Residential and commercial development in East Central are introducing all kinds of new condos, townhomes and apartments into mixed use space with new office complexes, restaurants and shops. It’s never too late to look at East Central or East Side real estate.

North Central was developed in the early 1900s and has charming cottages as well as large stately homes. Many older buildings are undergoing renovation and rehabilitation and new-construction apartment buildings are plentiful. As one of the top-growing neighborhoods in the Upper Peninsula, North Central has just about everything that residents might want or need since businesses, breweries and restaurants are moving into the area.

With all the urban benefits plus the beauty and charm of this historic city, the homes for sale in Upper Peninsula won’t last long on the market.