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Neighborhood Showcase: Charleston Place in Auburn

Posted on March 28, 2024
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Charleston Place in Auburn

Charleston, South Carolina, is known for its flare, historic charm and architectural styles. That’s why Charleston Place in Auburn was inspired by the Low Country when building this unique neighborhood. 

About Charleston Place in Auburn

Charleston Place in Auburn is a distinctive subdivision designed and inspired by the coastal charm of Charleston. This secret garden community features colorful row homes offering both historical beauty and modern comforts.

With brightly painted exteriors, inviting porch spaces and convenient driveways located on the side of the houses, this is one of Auburn’s most sought-after neighborhoods. Homes located here vary in size and interior design, yet they typically all have fireplaces, an ample number of windows for natural lighting and impressive floor plans.

Community amenities

What’s more? This community boasts classically designed street lights offering residents safety and neighborhood enhancement, sidewalks for morning jogs or evening strolls and rich landscaping.

Plus, it is nestled right in the middle of town and one mile from Downtown Auburn, putting it close to many shopping, dining and entertainment options.

See more photos

Interested in seeing what this unique neighborhood and its homes look like? Take a glance at the photos below.


Found near downtown, you can access Charleston Place in Auburn from Interstate 85 by taking exit 51 toward South College Street. From there, you will turn onto East Glenn Avenue to enter the neighborhood.

In addition to being convenient for shopping and dining, families will be happy to hear this subdivision is zoned for the Auburn City Schools System. This includes Dean Road Elementary School, Wrights Mill Middle School and Auburn High School.


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