Located in Charleston County, Charleston is the largest and oldest city in South Carolina.
When people talk of Charleston, there is a lot to love... the stretches of sea and sand, the vibrant culture and history, and the graciousness in the city.
However, the best times to make a trip is from March through May and September through November.
During these times, the temperatures are mild and pleasant.
The temperate weather, along with blooming flowers and trees, make spring an ideal time to visit Charleston. The warm weather ushers in colorful arrays of blooms in the city.
While in Charleston, you can tour the City Market. Take a stroll or carriage ride to feel how it is to be in the Historic District. You can visit the magnificent historic homes and churches.
The Waterfront Park is a 12-acre attraction facility found along the more than 1,000 feet of stretching water-front. You also don’t want to miss out on one of the most beloved spots in Charleston; The Battery. The Battery in Charleston is a fortified seawall that offers a scenic view. It’s found in the Southern part of the Charleston peninsula, an area where Ashley River and Cooper River meet.
Now that you know the best times to be in Charleston, and a few of just many of the attractions to see and do, why not stage your next trip and head to this beautiful historic city?
And, if you decide to live here and are interested in learning more about the many 55+ Communities Charleston has to offer, visit our Featured Communities page.
Then contact Debra Whitfield, an award-winning top agent in Charleston at (843) 367-4845.
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