Element 29

287 Huger St Charleston, SC 29403 • From $169 Per Day
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  • Studio, One, Two, & Three Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Three Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Laundry In Unit

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About this property

Element 29 is located in the beautiful Charleston, SC area located upon crossing the Arthur Ravenel Jr. bridge into downtown Charleston. This location on Huger Street between King and Meeting streets, provides great accessibility to the Peninsula’s major employment centers, entertainment, restaurants, and nightlife.

To the south, enjoy a world-class shopping experience on King Street, with all the charm of Historic Charleston. North of your new home is NoMo, a revitalized quadrant of the Peninsula turned into a live-work-play destination for Charleston residents. NoMo is home to some of Charleston’s fastest-growing start-up companies, Class A office space, the hottest restaurants, and trendy microbreweries in the Upper Peninsula. Outdoor activities abound with the Ashley River to the west and Cooper River to the east.

The proximity to I-26 and US-17 allows for easy access to all of your needs! 

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About Charleston, South Carolina

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This charming city will welcome you with the warmth and hospitality of a dear friend – that is, one who died in the 1700s. Kidding aside, the cannons, cemeteries and carriage rides do evoke an earliertime. The historic romanticism, along with the food and Southern lifestyle, is why CHarleston sees overr 4.8 M visitors every year.

Charleston is a city for relishing – stroll past the historic sites, admire antebellum architecture, stop to smell the jasmine and enjoy unhurried evening dinners on the verandah. It's a place for romance; it seems everywhere you turn another bride is smiling on the steps of yet another quaint church.

When in season the scent of honeysuckle and gardenia mixes with the tang of horses that clip-clop along the cobblestones. In winter the weather is milder and the crowds thinner, making it an excellent option for the off-season.

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