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What parts of Charleston, SC would be suitable to live in without a car?

by tom44 on April 14, 2013

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Question by Taylor: What parts of Charleston, SC would be suitable to live in without a car?
We will be moving there in the fall, and we are visiting next week to check out possible homes, jobs, etc. I do not have a car, and wish to bike and walk between work and home or wherever. What areas of the Charleston community would be most suitable for this? I would imagine living downtown would help me stay close to things, but I was unsure if there are other places around Charleston that are outside of downtown and still have a lot of life going on. Thanks!

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2 thoughts on “What parts of Charleston, SC would be suitable to live in without a car?

  1. The Great Brandini says:

    Usually in most cities the only part where you can easily live without a car is the downtown area or anywhere that’s pretty close to downtown. Maybe look for an apartment or home in or around downtown Charleston.

  2. kwttdic says:

    Obviously it will help you to know where you will be working to determine where you should live without a car. Just know that DT living is expensive and not necessarily convenient. You can find a Harris Teeter grocery on East Bay St. but places like Target for basic needs would be a hike. Of course I’m sure you can get all your necessities near King St but would be expensive… it all depends on your lifestyle I guess. I’d recommend finding a job to know that location first and then search for a place to live on the CARTA bus route. You can check it out here http://www.things-to-do-in-charleston.com/charleston-transportation.html. There are lots of things to do in the city that are not just DT.

    Good luck!

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