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Elliotborough- Historic Downtown Charleston South Carolina


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This mix of antebellum and Victorian-era houses sits on the site of Charleston’s lines of defense during the Revolutionary War. The easy access to the downtown business and college district has made Elliotborough an up-and-coming Charleston address.
Notable Homes and Buildings:  The antebellum James Morrison House at 250 St. Philip Street among several properties recently rehabilitated by the Historic Charleston Foundation as part of a renewal of this historically-significant district. Much of Elliotborough was constructed in stylish Charleston single-house design during the 19th century, and smaller properties became home to a burgeoning population of freed slaves after the Civil War. The 1849 Hartz building that was designed as a corner grocery at 216 St. Philip Street was the first black-owned bank in Charleston. Opened in 1920 at the People’s Federation Bank, the property was abandoned in recent decades until being restored by the Historic Charleston Foundation, and now is a private residence.   

Neighborhood Restaurants and Shopping: The quiet streets of Elliotborough add to the neighborhood flavor of Trattoria Lucca at 41-A Bogard Street. This intimate, northern Italian-style dining experience has its roots in convivial dining among family and friends, and offers a Monday Family Supper each week, featuring a fixed-price, four-course meal served on moderate-sized group tables. This old-fashioned idea encourages patrons to come enjoy sumptuous food once a week in a close-knit and conversational family atmosphere.

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South of Broad, Ansonborough, Harleston Village, Mazyck-Wraggsborough, French Quarter, Radcliffborough

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