Nestled in downtown Charleston’s Upper Peninsula, Hampton Park Terrace is a small but popular neighborhood that was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1997. This desirable neighborhood offers the ideal downtown Charleston location close to parks, restaurants and schools yet tucked away in a quiet residential area with charming homes.
Beautiful Historic Homes. Comprised of 303 historic homes, Hampton Park Terrace showcases the beauty and charm of Charleston architecture. From Craftsman to Colonial to Charleston Single-style homes, there is a wonderful variety throughout the neighborhood, the majority of which were constructed between 1914 and 1922. Mature trees and landscaping as well as spacious yards make Hampton Park Terrace homes ideal residences in downtown Charleston.
Parks and Green Spaces. Residents enjoy convenient access to beautiful Hampton Park, one of the largest of the City of Charleston’s parks and home to the most extensive floral displays in the city. From grand live oak trees to tranquil ponds and walking paths, it’s the perfect place to enjoy nature in the heart of the city. On the eastern border of the neighborhood, Allan Park features a beautiful fountain and lush plantings.
Local Shopping and Dining. An abundance of renowned local restaurants are just a few blocks away from the neighborhood. The Park Cafe and The Harbinger are popular choices for breakfast and lunch, and Moe’s Crosstown Tavern, Renzo, Rodney Scott’s Barbecue, Little Jack’s Tavern and Leon’s are go-to’s for a night out with family and friends.
Proximity to Schools. The Citadel, one of six United States senior military colleges, is located on the Western edge of Hampton Park Terrace. The Medical University of South Carolina and College of Charleston are just a few minutes away, making Hampton Park Terrace ideal not only for families but also college faculty, staff and students.
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