Charleston Video Tours by Local Realtors
We’ve created these Charleston video tours with home buyers in mind. Whether you’re relocating to the area and want to get a feel for neighborhoods – or you want to learn about a nearby community from an experienced Realtor – these videos will teach you about the most popular areas and neighborhoods to live in Charleston. You’ll find info about schools, entertainment, amenities, subsections, frequently asked questions, history, and the proximity to Downtown Charleston and the beaches. These video tours combine our 16+ years of experience and knowledge showing these areas to our clients, so enjoy viewing them!
Downtown is what most people think of when they hear "Charleston" because it has the best shopping, restaurants, historic sites, tourist attractions, museums, hotels, and parks. Home buyers looking for a city lifestyle with walkability tend to choose Downtown. Because of the high demand for these homes, peninsular Charleston has the priciest non-beach real estate in South Carolina. Downtown Charleston homes range from newer condos to antebellum mansions to quaint carriage houses, providing the widest range of real estate options you'll find. This is a great video tour for anyone looking to relocate to the area because it gives you a glimpse of what Charleston has to offer, even if you choose to live in a nearby suburb.
Mount Pleasant is one of the best areas to live in Charleston because of the high performing public schools, large scale shopping and commercial development, great selection of newer homes, close proximity to the beaches (Isle of Palms and Sullivan's Island), and upscale master planned communities.
If you're looking for a home with access to amenities like a swimming pool, tennis, or golf, Mt. Pleasant is an ideal suburb to start your home search.
We’ve included more video tours on these neighborhoods that tend to be most popular among home buyers: Carolina Park, Dunes West, Hamlin Plantation, I’on, Old Village, Park West, Rivertowne, and Tupelo.
James Island is highly popular among home buyers because it’s the closest suburb to Downtown Charleston. James Island is known for its great public schools, laid back atmosphere, and independent shops and restaurants.
New construction homes can be difficult to find, but you’ll see a good selection of charming brick homes as well as houses built in the past 15 years. With fantastic water access for boaters and kayakers, James Island is ideal for those who enjoy an outdoor lifestyle. Its 600 acre county park offers a range of options including a climbing wall and dog park. Plus, Folly Beach is a short drive.
You'll see video tours for Clearview, Harbor Woods, Lawton Harbor, Ocean Neighbors, and Seaside Plantation, and Stiles Point Plantation on these individual neighborhood pages!
This rural island near Charleston is made up largely of undeveloped farmland sprinkled with residential communities. Johns Island is known for its affordable newer homes, horse farms, and higher end estates with acreage.
In addition to neighborhoods, you’ll also be able to tour the Angel Oak plus some of our favorite restaurants on Johns Island like Wild Olive.
In this all-inclusive video, we’ve covered the home buyer community favorites, which tend to be Summertrees, St. Johns Crossing, The Villages in St. Johns Woods, Rushland, Headquarters, Gift Plantation, and Kiawah River Estates.
West Ashley has some of the most affordable homes in Charleston County. Whether you’re looking for a charming, older brick home within walking distance to shops and restaurants or a newer construction community with amenities, West Ashley will give you more home for the money compared to Mt. Pleasant or James Island.
In addition to our video tour that’s a general intro to West Ashley, also check out our Carolina Bay tour since this is one of the top neighborhoods to live in West Ashley.
Located just over the Ashley River from Downtown Charleston, West Ashley has the proximity to the peninsula but residents can still enjoy large scale commercial options like Target and Costco.
Daniel Island is ideal for home buyers looking for a country club setting. It features some of the most exclusive amenities in Charleston including 2 golf courses, a state-of-the-art tennis facility, and a gorgeous club house. Of the 8 neighborhoods on the island, Daniel Island Park tends to be the most popular among buyers.
Because it’s located 40 minutes inland, Summerville offers some of the most affordable real estate in the tri-county Charleston area. Summerville is known for having great public schools in its Dorchester District 2 and also a very large selection of residential communities (especially newer construction).
Its Historic Downtown District is also popular among home buyers and has changed little over the past 50 years, offering a charming and quaint atmosphere to live. With a majority of home listings priced under $350K, Summerville is ideal for buyers looking for affordability and a small town feel.
Need more information about Charleston Real Estate?
For the best assistance in buying or selling Charleston area homes, contact The Keadle Group online or call 800.804.2187.