Moving to Charleston?

Moving to Charleston?

You've come to the right place. If you're Irish & thinking of moving to Charleston, we're here to answer your questions, give sound advice, and a warm welcome upon your arrival.

If you want a more warmer, more laidback, family friendly place where you can own a house instead of renting an apartment, then Charleston is perfect.

Condé Nast calls Charleston the Best Small City In The US and we all agree.

Are There Many Irish in Charleston?

There's a good level of Irish people here. It's not like being in Woodlawn in NY, where you may as well still be living in Ireland.

There's just enough Irish here that if you want some Irish friends, they're easy to find. But if you want to do your own thing, you can do that do too.

Where Should I live in Charleston?

I've been in the real estate business in Charleston for nearly twenty years, so I'm well qualified to answer this.

I-526 is Charleston's version of Dublin's M50. If you live inside I-526, you'll be close to the beaches, downtown, and the best of Charleston.

Downtown, Mt Pleasant, James Island, West Ashley, Johns Island, Daniel Island, Park Circle, Folly Beach, Isle of Palms, Sullivan's Island are all inside 526.

I Still Have Lots of Questions About Charleston

We can answer them and put your mind at rest!

The best thing to do is send us an email. We'll arrange a call and have a chat. We can tell you more about Charleston and answer all your questions.

Arrive Into A Community

It can be difficult moving to a new town and not knowing anyone. Within our community, you don't need to worry about that.

We have lots of groups that you can join. We can introduce you to a few people who are in a similar family or work situation as you.

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Charleston Irish Christmas Party (outdoors of course)
The Famous Mark Limbo
Ireland v England in the rugby
The morning coffee group
Charleston Celtic