Elliotborough has in recent years blended into the adjacent neighborhood Cannonborough, and its homes are often listed under both communities. Both areas have witnessed widespread revitalization efforts in the past decade as home buyers look to the more affordable northern sections of the Charleston Peninsula (but without venturing above the Crosstown/Hwy 17). These sections offer much lower prices without sacrificing location. Residents can easily walk to the shops and restaurants on upper King Street, the weekly Farmers’ Market in Marion Square, and the MUSC and College of Charleston campuses. When comparing the two communities, Elliotborough offers more newer construction projects (mostly concentrating on Spring Street and Saint Philip Street). Or, if you’re looking for a fixer upper with the classic Charleston charm, you’ll also find historic residences that have been converted into condos and duplexes in Elliotborough as well.
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