King Street Historic District

Historic Yet Lively
King Street is surrounded by social hubs and hotspots, perfect for anyone who wants plenty of activity where they live. King Street Historic District residents recommend the nearby Hampton Park. This park has a great walking trail with a bucolic scenery of flowers. It also offers a baseball diamond which is especially popular when the weather is nice and warm. There is also the massive South Carolina Aquarium nearby. This aquarium has hundreds of different species in interactive exhibits that is a joy for all ages.

The residents that live on King Street also enjoy the great food scene available to them. In the area, there are plenty of restaurants and bars that are great for some quick grub and or drinks. Restaurants in the area include 167 Raw, FIG, Husk, 5Church Charleston, Circa 1886 Restaurant, and Charleston Grill. Bars that are great for drinks include Bin 152, Blind Tiger Pub, and The Rooftop Bar at The Vendue. King Street Historic District is a great place to live for anyone who wants their home to be surrounded by activity.
What King Street Historic District Residents
Think About Their Apartments
Median rents in King Street Historic District
Studio
$
1,252
1 Bedroom
$
1,574
2 Bedroom
$
2,396

Getting to Know
King Street Historic District

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Anson St. to Meeting St.
North to South Boundaries: Calhoun St. to Broad St.

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