Hampton Park Terrace

Natural Escape for Students
Hampton Park is an old neighborhood that has been around since the Colonial Era. It is one of the largest parks in the city of Charleston and many like to live within its vicinity. It features a floral display with plenty of greenspace to walk around in. College of Charleston is also about a ten minute drive away from Hampton Park, so many students like to take up residence here. The convenient location makes for an easy commute to their classes. All of the hotspots near the park also make it an attractive home to many.

Hampton Park is not short of places to grab some grub and drinks. There are plenty of restaurants and bars that the locals recommend. Many of them have high ratings, making the choice of where to go easy for anyone new. Restaurants include Lewis Barbecue, Leon's, The Tattooed Moose, and Little Jack's Tavern. Bars that are great for drinks on a night out include Recovery Room Tavern, Elliotborough Mini Bar, Warehouse, and The Belmont. Hampton Park is a great place to live with lots of greenery and natural beauty to it.
What Hampton Park Terrace Residents
Think About Their Apartments
Median rents in Hampton Park Terrace
Studio
$
N/A
1 Bedroom
$
1,034
2 Bedroom
$
1,140

Getting to Know
Hampton Park Terrace

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Hagood Ave. to Rutledge Ave.
North to Sound Boundaries: Moultrie St. to Congrass St.

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