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Possibly relocating to Charleston area - questions

If this goes through, my husband would be going ahead of us and renting and apartment for 6 or so months and eventually I would relocate with the kids. What are some good areas to look in for either apartment living or purchasing a home preferably within a 30 minute commute of the city. Also, do you have public transportation down there? Or are all commutes by car? Any other information that you might have for me would be great. TIA!
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Re: Possibly relocating to Charleston area - questions

  • I would check out Cross Lanes, South Charleston, and Saint Albans. Those areas are great for apartments and houses. Other areas include Dunbar, South Hills, Nitro, and of course downtown Charleston. Teays Valley is also a good community, but it's a longer drive from Charleston. If you look on any of the real estate sites you'll be able to get a better idea. It all depends on what you're looking for and what your price range is.

    As far as public transportation we do have busses that run, but I wouldn't consider them the most reliable. KRT is the bus system and it probably has a website.

     Hope this helps!

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