Charleston County South Carolina
One of the most heavily populated counties in South Carolina, Charleston County is home to nearly 100 miles of coastline along the Atlantic Ocean, numerous beaches and rivers, a wide variety of attractive housing options and all of the charm and culture of the Old South in the cities of Charleston and North Charleston.
Charleston County At A Glance
At the heart of the county is the city of Charleston, with its rich architectural heritage, offering residents and tourists scores of restaurants, shopping and art galleries and historic sites. It’s also a major employment center and home to several major educational institutions.
North Charleston, where flights come and go from Charleston International Airport, is the area’s transportation hub. Home to the North Charleston Coliseum and the Performing Arts Center, it’s also the place to catch a hockey or basketball game or see a Broadway play.
Adams Run, Awendaw, Charleston, Edisto Beach, Edisto Island, Folly Beach, Hollywood, Isle of Palms, James Island, Johns Island, Kiawah Island, Lincolnville, McClellanville, Meggett, Mt. Pleasant, North Charleston, Osborn, Rantowles, Ravenel, Rockville, Seabrook Island, Sullivan’s Island & Yonges Island
Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce: www.CharlestonChamber.net
Charleston County Government: www.CharlestonCounty.org
Schools: Charleston Co. School District - Divided into 8 constituent districts offering elementary, middle, high, magnet and charter schools.
For more information, www.ccsdschools.com More than 30 private schools offer additional choices in education.
Electric & Gas
Berkeley Electric Co-op 553-5020
Edisto Electric Co-op 563-3292 SC Electric & Gas 800-251-7234
Charleston County Recycling & Solid Waste 720-7111
Time Warner 871-7000
County - 396,484
*US Census Bureau, 2016 estimate
2017 Average Sales Price: $462,826
YTD - April 2017 price includes new & resale single-family detached homes. Does not account for seller concessions. - Charleston Trident Realtor Association
Median Household Income: $53,437
*US Census Bureau 2011 - 2015
Climate Average: 65.8˚ F
Average Daily High: 75.9˚ F
Average Daily Low: 54.7˚ F
Average Number of Days w/Sunshine: 230