This small neighborhood is built around the shady Wragg Square just off of Meeting Street. Homes date back to the early 19th century, with the Joseph Manigault House, Aiken-Rhett House Museum, and the Charleston Museum offering unique glimpses into the city’s history. Nearby venues like the Charleston Music Hall and the Music Farm are popular attractions for serious music fans. Many classic single homes in need of some tender loving care offer valuable opportunities for investors.
Recent Properties Listed For Sale in Mazyck-Wraggborough
$325,000 : 1 Harlem Court, Charleston1 bed, 1 bathListing Provided by Carriage Properties LLC
$1,125,000 : 27 Chapel Street, Charleston5 beds, 4 bathsListing Provided by The Cassina Group
$798,000 : 107 Alexander Street, Charleston4 beds, 2 bathsListing Provided by Carriage Properties LLC
$550,000 : 3 Judith Street, Charleston2 beds, 2 bathsListing Provided by William Means Real Estate, LLC
$475,000 : 8 Elizabeth Street, Charleston3 beds, 1 bathListing Provided by Weichert Palmetto Coast
$679,000 : 2 Judith Street, Charleston6 beds, 2 bathsListing Provided by The Goodwin Group Inc
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(all data current as of 6/29/2017)
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