Hampton Park Terrace Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
The Hampton Park Terrace neighborhood is roughly bordered by Congress Street on the south, Rutledge Avenue on the east, the Citadel on the west and Hampton Park neighborhood on the north. Hampton Park was listed on the National Historic Register in 1997. The neighborhood was built between 1912 and 1925 and represents the architecture of the early 1900s. The neighborhood does not resemble most of the other historic buildings in Charleston, but it is an entirely intact neighborhood representing its own time period.
Hampton Park Terrace is close to highway 17 and I-26 and is convenient to all of the surrounding areas in Charleston. Residents and visitors have easy access to neighboring areas such as Folley Beach and Mount Pleasant. Additionally, the neighborhood is just blocks from East Bay Street with all its attractions and restaurants.
Many shopping areas are accessible from highway 17. The Quadrangle Shopping Center, Shopper’s Port Shopping Center and Saint Andrews Shopping Center are all located off of highway 17.
Landmarks in the area include the Citadel, which is the Military College of South Carolina, the College of Charleston on Calhoun Street, the Medical University of South Carolina on Calhoun, and Roper Hospital.
Neighborhood parks are Harmon Field on President Street which features football/soccer fields, lighted baseball fields, outdoor basketball courts and a tot lot. Stoney Field on Fishburne Street offers several multipurpose athletic fields. Colonial Lake is a man-made pond and park in the city which is a favorite of walkers and joggers. The park also offers tennis courts, ball fields and a playground.
Neighborhood schools include Burke Middle School and Burke High School. Burke High School offers an AP Program and works with surrounding colleges to maintain magnet school course offerings.