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West Ashley, or as it is more formally known, west of the Ashley, is one of the six distinct areas of Charleston, South Carolina. Its name is derived from the fact that the land is west of the Ashley River. Flanked by the scenic waterfront vistas and marshes of the Ashley and Stono Rivers and ancient moss draped oak trees, initial neighborhoods west of the Ashley were developed in the 1950s with its largest growth occurring throughout the 1970s and 80s. As Interstate 526 was built in the early 1980s and Glenn McConnell Parkway was built in the 1990s to help alleviate traffic on the historic Ashley River Road (SC Hwy. 61) corridor, the area saw explosive residential and commercial growth. West Ashley's original neighborhoods line Savannah Highway (US Hwy. 17) in an area closest to the historic Charleston peninsula. Its first retail district, built in the 1950s, is seeing a revitalization with many art and design oriented businesses having located there in recent years.

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744 Woodward Road
Charleston
Price: 
$985,000
Acreage: 
0.61
780 Woodward Rd.
Charleston
Price: 
$549,850
Bedrooms: 
4
Square Feet: 
2,640
812 St. Denis Drive
Charleston
Price: 
$375,000
Bedrooms: 
3
Square Feet: 
2,104
704 N Godfrey Park Place
Charleston
Price: 
$359,000
Bedrooms: 
3
Square Feet: 
1,901
501 Saint Andrews Boulevard
Charleston
Price: 
$325,000
Bedrooms: 
4
Square Feet: 
1,536