One of the city’s most walkable neighborhoods.

From its enviable location high above King and Wentworth Streets, 71 Wentworth is just steps from some of Charleston’s best restaurants, bars, museums, shops and boutiques, historic sites, antique shops, and art galleries. Originally developed in 1770, the neighborhood is bordered by Calhoun Street to the north and Broad Street, to the South -- and was part of a grant made to John Coming in 1671 and later inherited by John Harleston.

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Welcome to Harleston Village

An eclectic mix of antebellum homes on quiet, tree-lined streets, modern townhomes, and one of “America’s Most Beautiful College Campus” as voted by Travel + Leisure. Harleston Village is just a short walk to the Battery and Colonial Lake, a recently renovated park with tranquil tidal pond, lush landscaping, benches, and wide sidewalks for walking, jogging, or walking the dog. Life at 71 Wentworth means you have instant access to it all.

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  • Dining
  • Culture & Arts
  • Parks
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  1. Husk
  2. Le Farfalle
  3. FIG
  4. Basic Kitchen
  5. Miller's All Day
  6. 167 Raw
  1. The Gibbes Museum
  2. The Charleston Museum
  3. Charleston Gaillard Center
  4. Dock Street Theatre
  5. Queen Street Playhouse
  1. Waterfront Park
  2. Marion Square
  3. White Point Gardens
  4. Colonial Lake Park
  1. The Battery
  2. Joseph Manigault House
  3. Nathaniel Russell House
  4. Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon
  1. Anthropologie
  2. Madewell
  3. The Shops at Belmond Charleston Place
  4. M. Dumas & Sons