Park Circle, located in North Charleston, is a centrally located park with an unusual layout that includes a popular free frisbee disc golf course.
Originally composed of rice plantations which eventually became subdivided, the planned community of Park Circle was just one of just two ?garden city? models in the country. In 1912, a group of Charleston businessmen formed a development company, bought the Burton tract, and began to plan a new community that would include community parks and green space as a central theme.
National Magazines are recognizing the Park Circle neighborhood as a great place to live. This Old House Magazine named Park Circle as "Best Old House Neighborhoods 2012: The South"
With its affordable houses and plenty of restaurants and shops on Montague Avenue, its main commercial thoroughfare, Park Circle is popular among first-time home buyers. A new elementary school and a performing arts school draw families with children. "People here are all about supporting small, locally owned businesses," says resident Thea Anderson. "We have open arms, and open buildings."
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