Charleston SC Townhouses & Townhomes For Sale

Townhouses for sale in Charleston SC | See all townhomes for sale in the entire Charleston SC tri-county area by price, street,the retreat at Edisto condos for sale neighborhood, size, and more. Mount Pleasant townhouses, Daniel Island, West Ashley, James Island, Johns Island, Downtown, and surrounding areas. Townhouses provide the convenience of fewer houses to keep up with, without the hassle (in most cases) sometimes associated with a condo development. View all townhouses for sale by price, development, size, age, city, town, features & more.

MLS Listings Data

Total Listings: 539
Average Price: $502,996
Highest Listing Price: $4,620,000
Average Days On Market: 84

There are 539 townhomes for sale in Charleston SC & Charleston county. Real estate property listings have an average sales price of $502,996, ranging in price from $185,000 to $4,620,000. The average sq ft townhouse or villa is approximately 1,742 square feet for a unit in the Charleston SC market MLS. The largest property for sale is 4,002 sqft and the smallest 845 sqft. View property listings for sale by price, street, subdivision, age, property type, location, features, size, listing date, and time on MLS with an average of eighty-four days on the market. 

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WHAT IS A TOWNHOUSE?

Townhouses are also known as “row houses”, without getting into too much technical jargon since they are much like condos, the easiest way to summarize is that the owner of each unit owns the dirt/ land and liability under, in front, or behind their unit. Most often recognized by the home that touches the ground and has a small front and back yard. In most instances, there is still a community HOA for the neighborhood common areas upkeep, and exterior maintenance unless otherwise stated in the by-laws or CCRs.