Own an extraordinary new residence on the Charleston peninsula.
Edged by parks, harbor, and river views, these stately townhomes will be a remarkable addition to the surrounding historic neighborhoods of Harleston Village and South of Broad. The Charles, like Charleston itself, resonates with a passion for the city’s historic architecture while embracing its cosmopolitan present. The Charles is also named for the founder of The Beach Company, John Charles Long, a visionary whose endeavors helped revitalize Charleston after World War II.
ViewsThe Charles stands prominently at the
western gateway to Charleston and beyond.
These 19 stylish townhomes at The Charles are a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a just-built, waterfront residence on Broad Street – with access to the rooftop lounge, pool, spa, fitness center and other deluxe amenities next door at The Jasper. Each townhome at The Charles includes abundant living space, including a top-floor den and private outdoor terrace.
Views to the Ashley River. Private access from Barre Street.
Such a visible, special property deserves an outstanding approach, and The Beach Company is working with the very best architectural, design, construction and engineering teams. The Charles will stand as a tribute to Charleston’s resilient strength and beauty.
Expansive windows look out to historic parks, leafy streetscapes and the Ashley River.
Designed for Charleston, today.
From buildings to gardens to gates, the city prizes fine architecture and craftsmanship. To design the look of The Charles (and The Jasper next door), The Beach Company chose Antunovich Associates, a design leader in historic preservation and adaptive reuse projects.
The Charles evokes Charleston beauty, inside and out.
The design of The Charles highlights neoclassical details inspired by Charleston’s finest buildings, including custom iron gates, slate rooftops, and brick and limestone walls.