Downtown Charleston’s Cannonborough-Elliottborough neighborhood can be described as eclectic and accessible. Situated along the south side of Crosstown Blvd., which bisects the peninsula between I-26 and the James Island Connector, the neighborhood is full of historic Charleston single homes. Some pockets of the neighborhood have been completely restored, and the real estate in these areas is well appointed. Other parts of the neighborhood still need maintenance and feature many diamond-in-the-rough historic properties. It’s also common to see large homes that have been converted to multifamily units. The Cannonborough-Elliottborough community is a favorite of College of Charleston students thanks to its close proximity to the school and affordable rental price point.