For those who want to walk out the door, turn the key, and never worry, Charleston offers a variety of condominium living opportunities.
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What does "luxury" mean and how can one differentiate between the different condo buildings? Check it out here. Note that the condos listed in the menu have more additional photos and information or you can visit for any of the remaining mentioned condo properties:
If the maintenance of an historic home seems overwhelming to you, and you would prefer a downtown maintenance free luxury condo, give me a call. I can give you comprehensive service in the downtown Charleston area as well as luxury condo communities located around the city. I am willing to share with my clients my education of Homeowners' Associations and lawsuits that can affect purchases.
DOWNTOWN CHARLESTON CONDOMINIUMS
Condominium living is becoming increasingly attractive in the Charleston area. One can now find condo homes on prime waterfront, oceanfront and historic locations with custom construction and luxury amenities. If one eliminates the time and expense spent maintaining a property, it often adds up to more than most regime fees associated with condo living which provides a more stress-free environment ideal for many.
HOA, POA, or Regime Fees (all terms are interchangeable) differ depending on the Condominium association and how they organize their budgets. Sometimes the flood insurance is added into the POA price and sometimes billed separately. If the condominium is new, it is possible that the regime fees are kept low and supplemented by the developer who still controls the POA, in order to stimulate sales. After the property is turned over to the homeowners, often times, this amount may have to be increased in order to have enough money to manage the property.
Charleston is experiencing many parents buying condos for their children attending school and working in Charleston, SC, as well as young professionals and retirees. There are also many investors seeking investment opportunities in new condo developments, so many new projects now cap the number of investors allowed in each development to protect the average condo owner.
There are a great deal of condo conversions in Charleston, especially in downtown Charleston. Many historic Charleston duplexes and triplexes are being turned into condominiums on the Charleston peninsula.
Buyers need to peruse the regime fees involved with these conversions before buying, and pay particular attention to the flood insurance costs.
Condominiums on the Charleston peninsula offer a viable alternative to expensive older homes whose upkeep can be a major financial burden under the strict architectural covenants of the historic area.
Enjoying the historic city, and living within walking distance to the dynamic downtown shopping district, old city market, libraries, universities, parks, and a variety of fine restaurants, one discovers that condo living combines those high-end amenities to maintenance-free living.
Premade Searches for You -
Anson House on Lauren & Concord
The Bristol at the Ashley River Bridge
3 Chisolm -South of Broad
Crafts House on LeGare St
Factors Walk - French Quarter
The Gadsden near the aquarium downtown
Laurens Place on Wharfside & Lauren
Market's Gate at 85 Cumberland
Peoples Building -18 Broad Street
Renaissance - Mt Pleasant near bridge
Sumter House - South of Broad on 1 King
Tides - Mt Pleasant near bridge
Tides IV - Mt Pleasant near bridge
VENDUE RANGE - French Quarter
175 Concord -Near the Market/Waterfront Pk
21 George near CC Campus
76 Society near CC Campus
More Affordable Options:
Dockside on Cumberland
Bee Street for MUSC
Gadsden Townhomes Governors Walk for MUSC -
Baker House near the Aquarium
Reverie on the Ashley - N Charleston
Albemarle - West Ashley
Various Society Street Smaller Condos
Downtown condos include Society Street ,