Located in the heart of Charleston’s historic downtown district, the eclectic Radcliffeborough neighborhood is home to college students, young professionals and long-time residents. Bordered by King St. and Rutledge Ave. and Calhoun and Morris Sts., the neighborhood is a mix of large office, classroom and apartment buildings, historic c. 1800s homes and newer residences. Marion Square, the home of the Charleston Farmers’ Market is adjacent to the neighborhood as are MUSC, CofC and the shopping and nightlife of King Street. Besides its central location within walking distance of most of the peninsula, Radcliffeborough is convenient to Folly Beach and Interstate 26. The neighborhood, which dates back to the late 18th century, features beautiful historic churches and a wide choice of modern conveniences, including plenty of restaurants, delis and cafes.