Retire to Charleston in Style

Live Your Dream Life, Lowcountry Style

With dozens of championship golf courses, miles of sandy beaches, and endless options for shopping and entertainment, it's no surprise that Charleston has topped countless lists of the best places to retire in America. But accolades and rankings can only tell you so much. Let us show you just what South Carolina's Lowcountry has to offer.

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Fall in Love with the Lowcountry Lifestyle

Sand dunes peppered with seagrass and wooden fences.

Soak Up the Sun

Beautiful year-round weather and quick access to the beach — what more do you need? Charleston's ideal location along the South Carolina coastline and Charleston Harbor means you're never far from a fun fishing excursion, river cruise, beach trip, or scenic hike. Be sure to explore White Point Garden in historic Downtown Charleston, Mount Pleasant Pier on the Charleston Harbor, and Francis Marion National Forest in nearby Huger, SC. If you're new to the area, read our Charleston area guide to find more fun things to do.

View of the United States Custom House in Charleston, SC.

Experience Rich History

Charleston can trace its roots back centuries, so you're sure to find something intriguing at every corner. In the heart of Charleston is the historic City Market, a 200-year-old marketplace that features everything from sweetgrass baskets to sweet treats. Museums and historic buildings (such as the United States Custom House) are sprinkled throughout the downtown area, too. In the middle of Charleston Harbor is Fort Sumter, a Civil War landmark that can only be reached by boat.

A golfer teeing off on a course overlooking a river.

Play Like the Pros

Charleston's golf courses are among the most scenic and prestigious in South Carolina — if not in the whole country — so it comes as no surprise (to longtime locals, at least!) that these golf courses are chosen as the backdrop for premier tournaments every year. Kiawah Island Golf Resort's Ocean Course, for instance, hosted the 2003 World Golf Championships World Cup, the 2007 Senior PGA Championship, and the 2012 PGA Championship, just to name a few!

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Your Dream Life Awaits

Spend your retirement enjoying the best that Charleston has to offer. We'll help you find your perfect home in a 55+ community. Just give us a call at 843.883.3934 to get started.