Charleston Retreat (Private Apt, Great Location!)Located in quiet residential neighborhood in the City of North Charleston SC. Minutes from all the best attractions Charleston and the surrounding area has to offer. Attractions such as; -Historic Downtown Charleston ,Town of Mount Pleasant, Charleston Int. airport ,North Charleston Coliseum, Isle Of Palms ,Folly Beach and many more. After a day of exploring Charleston return back to a relaxing retreat where you sit can sit back watch a movie on Netflix or just enjoy a sunset on the balcony.
Landing | Modern Apartment with Amazing Amenities (ID2506)When you enter your home for the first time, you'll notice the modern tones throughout, from the open floor plans with 10-foot ceilings to the cascade shower feature in the bathroom. Our included furniture and decor are expertly selected and placed for this individual layout, and the mounted Samsung Smart TV's are ready for your enjoyment. Finally, your home is filled with our convenience amenities from the luxurious bedding to the completely stocked kitchen. Every element of your new home invites you to step right into a hassle-free living experience. (#apartment-in-charleston-abberly-west-ashley) We are excited to host you and will ensure a delightful experience. A few things to know: You must be 25 years or older to reserve this home. To ensure everyone's safety, we require a copy of your photo ID to complete a background check. You can rest easy knowing that we strictly enforce a no party policy. We look forward to hosting you! *Please note that this Landing home is recently furnished and images of this listing are from a Landing model home. You can get a feel of our comfy and stylish furniture that makes Landing feel like a home. The floorplan and set-ups may be different. Size: 106 m2. Bathroom: Hair Dryer, toilet, bathtub, Complimentary Soap/Shampoo/Conditioner, mirror; Bathroom: Complimentary Soap/Shampoo/Conditioner, mirror, toilet, Hair Dryer, bathtub; Bedroom: private entrance, Iron & Ironing Board, Washing Machine, built-in wardrobes, night table, night tables, reading lamps, desk, TV, chest of drawers, fridge, lamp, table and chairs, shelves, cupboard, dining table, armchair, Walk in closet, king size bed, wardrobe, Mattress, Chair, Bed Linen, Smoke Detectors, Heating, Wireless Internet, Smart TV, Carbon Monoxide Detector, essentials (towels, pillows, bed linen, soap, toilet paper); Bedroom: essentials (towels, pillows, bed linen, soap, toilet paper), private entrance, Smart TV, Carbon Monoxide Detector, Heating, Wireless Internet, Bed Linen, Smoke Detectors, Mattress, dining table, king size bed, armchair, Walk in closet, Chair, shelves, wardrobe, lamp, table and chairs, chest of drawers, fridge, desk, TV, night tables, reading lamps, built-in wardrobes, night table, Washing Machine, cupboard, Iron & Ironing Board; Kitchen
The Coastal Getaway!If you are looking for a vacation spot that is extremely clean and ideally located, look no further than the Coastal Getaway! This unit, of which guests have exclusive use, is just a short drive to local beaches, major eateries, and supermarkets. Also, the famous Shem Creek & Marina, which offers kayaking, paddle boating, and waterfront restaurants, is about a mile away. Historic Downtown Charleston is a ten minute drive. My property is licensed as a Town of Mt. Pleasant short term rental.
Charleston’s present is rooted in its past. In 1931, the city became the first to set an ordinance establishing a historic district. The result is an extremely well-preserved pre-Civil War downtown area, plus about 2,800 historic homes in the region showcasing eight architectural styles seen in the Lowcountry: Colonial, Georgian, Federal, Classical Revival, Gothic Revival, Italianate, Victorian, and Art Deco. The quintessentially charming Southern seaport city is also within easy reach of diverse communities, including South Carolina’s largest island, Johns Island, about 10 miles to the southwest; the fast-growing suburb of Mount Pleasant, 10 miles to the northeast; the barrier island of Sullivan’s Island, 10 miles to the east; Folly Beach, best known for its pier, 11.5 miles to the south; the oceanfront community of Seabrook Island 23.7 miles southwest, and the delightful small town of Summerville, about 25 miles to the northwest.
Charleston International Airport (CHS) has daily nonstop flights from major U.S. hubs as well as seasonal flights from London. The terminal is technically in the city of North Charleston and is about 12 miles northwest of Downtown Charleston, with bus, shuttle, rideshare, and rental car options to get into town. If you’re driving, Charleston is about two hours from Savannah, three hours from Charlotte, about four hours from Jacksonville, and about five hours from Atlanta. Once you’re here, buses, pedicabs, water taxis, cabs, and rideshares are all available to get around town. In downtown, a free shuttle runs along three routes, making ample local stops, but the best way to really get to know the city center is by exploring on foot.
Spring and fall are the most enjoyable times of year to explore Charleston, when highs are in the mid-60s to 70s Fahrenheit and lows stay in the 50s and low 60s. March through May are especially popular because of all the blooming plants, especially the magnolia trees. Summers can get stifling, with humid highs in the 80s and lows only dropping into the 70s, plus rainfall is highest from June through September, hitting a peak in August. Winters can be a pleasant time in the city, as highs are in the upper 50s and lows tend not to dip below the mid-40s.
The first shots of the Civil War rang out at this fort in 1861. It’s accessible only by ferry boat, departing from the Fort Sumter Visitor Education Center in Charleston or Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant.
The historic district sits on the peninsula where the Ashley and Cooper rivers meet, and mixes cobblestone streets and lowcountry architecture. Stop at the Charleston City Market, one of the country’s oldest public markets, established in 1804, and also explore King Street, which runs from uptown to the Charleston Harbor, passing through the Design, Fashion, and Antique districts.
On the southern end is this picturesque waterfront stretch of historic mansions, as well as Joe Riley Waterfront Park, home of the Pineapple Fountain.