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Why Charleston Is a Top Place to Live

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Abberly Crossing Apartment, Ladson, SCFew cities on the Top 100 Best Places to Live list are as steeped in their history as Charleston. Since the mid-1970s the Mayor has generally been credited with helping grow Charleston into a modern small town while maintaining the antebellum charm that drew so many to it in the first place. If you look at the other cities on the Top 100, you’ll see some trends in amenities and programs that make them great places to live. Many of those ideas had their seeds in Charleston.

The city began its modern resurgence by developing the waterfront area into public space with surrounding low-rise development. Getting the parks right was an important first step. Parks are forever. Charleston has invested greatly in creating public waterfront spaces.

The Spoleto Festival, a two-week long arts festival, helped put the city on the international map and forced it to up its game. If you’re going to present a world-class event you have to be a world-class city.

Additionally, the Citadel is one of the most prestigious military colleges in the nation, which has its home in Charleston. The South Carolina Aquarium is located here as well, and Charleston has ranked well on the Top 10 cities for historic preservation, top 10 downtowns, top 10 spring break destinations among others.

Charleston has borrowed ideas from other cities too. A program that celebrates the start of the school year with a giveaway of backpacks and schools supplies to 10,000 families. There is also a monthly open house in the mayor’s office and any resident can drop in on the first Tuesday of each month and tell say what’s on their mind.

Creating great cities for all residents is one of the core values that is looked for in its Best Places.

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Charleston is One of the Best Cities for Those Who Love the Arts

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 06, 2018

Abberly Crossing Apartment, Ladson, SCSouth Carolina isn't the first place that comes to mind when you think about the arts. However, the state has hidden pockets of cultural wealth that will rival big art markets like New York and San Francisco. These are the five best cities in South Carolina for the Arts.

  1. Edgefield
  2. Greenville
  3. Beaufort
  4. Myrtle Beach
  5. Charleston

Charleston, SC

Charleston is considered by some to be art in itself. The old city has seen its share of beauty and pain, misery and joy, peace and turmoil. Besieged by war and the place of human trafficking, Charleston's history is just as colorful as some of the homes in the area. Despite this, Charleston is home to some of the most beautiful art in the world. The Charleston Regional Alliance for the Arts is one of many organizations dedicated to creating thriving art communities in Charleston. Home to the Spoleto Festival, Charleston opens her doors for 17 days and nights to showcase opera, jazz, theater, symphonic and chamber music/ The venues include Charleston's historic churches, theaters, and outdoor spaces. For over 40 years, Charleston has used Spoleto to advance performing arts. Founded by a Pulitzer Prize winning composer to create an American counterpart to Italy's Festival of Two Worlds in Spoleto, Italy, Charleston's Spoleto Festival immerses the entire city into the pursuit of art. What could be better than visiting Spoleto? How about living in Charleston year round? It's not hard to move to Charleston. All you have to do is decide which great community will be your next home. Your only decision is which one is best for you.

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South Carolina Communities Make Living Easy

Joseph Coupal - Monday, February 26, 2018

Abberly Crossing Apartment, Ladson, SCThere's a place for everyone in the Palmetto State, and plenty to pique any area of interest.

Living in South Carolina comes with dozens of advantages – a mild climate, an affordable cost of living and plenty of job opportunities, just to name a few. Residents enjoy an unparalleled quality of life that makes putting down roots in the Palmetto State an easy choice.

In addition, the state is filled with diverse cities and communities that cater to nearly every interest, which means there’s a perfect place for just about everyone.

Top Spots for All Ages and Stages of Life

Charleston is a favorite destination for millennials, thanks to its technology-driven, entrepreneurial economy, as well as its wide variety of nightlife and cuisine options. Finally, South Carolina is also a top choice for retirees.

Always Something Fun to Do

The Palmetto State is known for its can’t-miss culinary scene, which includes an array of barbecue joints. Known to many as the birthplace of American barbecue, South Carolina is the only state in the U.S. that has four official barbecue sauces, including a mustard-based sauce that is unique to the state. A free South Carolina BBQ Trail Map with more than 220 family-friendly restaurants is available for those who wish to try every 'cue variety the state has to offer.

Additionally, South Carolina is home to several craft breweries, wineries and other beverage-makers, creating drinks like sweet tea and Blenheim Ginger Ale. As a result, the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism – also known as Discover South Carolina – recently created the free South Carolina Satisfy Your Thirst Tour Guide that maps out a beverage-centric excursion across the state and is available via a smartphone app and a downloadable map.

“The Satisfy Your Thirst SC Tour is a collection of the numerous ‘liquid locations’ found throughout the state, including both alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages,” says Kim Jamieson, public relations manager for Discover South Carolina. “From breweries and distilleries to wineries, dairy farms and more, the Satisfy Your Thirst SC Tour provides resourceful information for visitors and locals alike on the many beverages made right here in South Carolina, as well as details on how they can tour, taste and support the state’s many outstanding and talented makers.”

Eager to enjoy the great outdoors? You’re in luck. South Carolina has a seemingly endless range of outdoor opportunities, including challenging golf courses, pristine beaches, mountains and state parks.

One of the best attributes of South Carolina is the size of the state.  A visitor can experience the Lowcountry and in the same day travel to the Upstate and have a very different experience. From our numerous outdoor activities and offerings to our unique art scene, diverse culture, delicious cuisine and rich history, the state truly has something for everyone.

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2018 Top 100 Best Places to Live: Charleston, SC

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Abberly Crossing Apartment, Ladson, SCFounded way back in 1670, Charleston is the oldest city in South Carolina and a major tourism attraction thanks to its rich history and well-preserved architecture.

The city has long-standing buildings ranging from brightly colored cottage houses to the place where the Civil War began (Fort Sumter), thus landing Charleston on’s list of Top 10 Best Cities for Historic Preservation. Students can attend higher education satellite campuses of The Citadel, College of Charleston and the University of South Carolina, and city amenities include nice restaurants, live music venues and one of the highest-ranked farmers markets in the South.

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Living in Lowcountry South Carolina

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Abberly Crossing Apartment, Ladson, SCThere are no big cities in South Carolina. Even Charleston is much more similar to the vibe of a small town than it is a big city. That’s what helps preserve the charm of South Carolina. With an undeniable character marked by palmetto trees and ethereal dangling moss, wrought iron accents to the architecture, signature hospitality, and friendly smiles from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Lowcountry, South Carolina is Southern living at its finest.

Local Flavor: South Carolinians Never Need An Excuse To Get Dapper

But they certainly won’t pass one up, either. In South Carolina, women get dressed in their best classic pastels, Lilly, and hats while men break out the seersucker and bow ties for events like Polo matches, Marsh Tacky, and the big man on equestrian campus: The Carolina Cup. Men and Women of South Carolina even take full advantage of days like National Seer Sucker Day to celebrate and display a love for Southern and South Carolina traditions and just plain looking good.

Cuisine: The South Carolina Barbeque Is Better And The Peaches Are More Plentiful

Anyone who moves to South Carolina will notice a lot of new additions to their daily menus including classically southern staples like shrimp and grits, biscuits, boiled peanuts, blue crabs, and hush puppies. Don’t forget to douse it all in generous amounts of hot sauce before washing it all down with a sweet tea. Peaches are big here too. Even though they’re synonymous with Georgia, South Carolina actually produces more of them and they’re amazing. But if you’re looking for that one true South Carolina dish, then you have to grab a plate of their barbecue. This mustard-based goodness takes the southern classic and makes it something all their own.

Nightlife: South Carolina Shows You A Laid Back Good Time

You won’t find the bright lights and never ending night scene of places like Las Vegas or New York City. This is South Carolina, where life is laid back and everyone has to be up early in the morning for work, church, or brunch. But that doesn’t mean that people here don’t know how to have a good time. If you’re invited to an oyster roast, cancel everything and go. You’ll have one of the best nights of your week and make some new friends while you’re at it. As for a night out on the town, you’ll find your time spent mostly around the many local restaurants, bars, taverns, and pubs where you can kick back and relax with friends while enjoying some of the awesome local craft beer.

Weather: South Carolina Is The East Coast Paradies

The Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions of the East Coast are usually either blanketed in heat or snow. The Southern coastal states are just marked by stifling heat. But South Carolina falls right in the perfect pocket, giving them one of the best climates along the coast. Summers do get hot and humid, with July highs ranging from the high 80s to the mid-90s and the humidity can sometimes make you feel like you’re swimming on dry land. But the spring and the fall are glorious and the mild temperatures of the winter make those summer months well worth it. January highs hover around the high 50s and low 60s across almost the whole state and have lows that rarely dip below freezing. You might see the occasional snowflake fall from the sky but it’s rarely more than passing flurries.

Commute: Horns Honk Less In South Carolina

All those laid back vibes throughout South Carolina make getting around the state better than a cool breeze on a summer day. Although you do need a car to get around the Palmetto State, you won’t waste your life away in it. The average commute time for the state overall is 23.2 minutes, which is nearly two minutes under the national average.

Cost Of Living: South Carolina’s Price Tag Is Almost Too Good To Be True

Many places around South Carolina provide a high quality of living, which would make most people assume that it is an expensive place to live. But it’s not. In fact, the cost of living index in South Carolina is 92, and that’s 8 points lower than the national cost of living index of 100. Housing is the most affordable part about living here. So you can take those extra dollars and spend some having fun around South Carolina and save the rest for a rainy day.

Memories Are Made At South Carolina Beaches

Although winters aren’t long and cold in South Carolina the way they are farther up north, there’s still no more exciting time in South Carolina than spring. It’s the time when the famous coastline comes back to life and everyone can get ready for their family vacations. The beaches here aren’t just for tourists—everyone across the state enjoys the coastline. Myrtle Beach is the most prominent resort area with over 60 miles of shoreline but there are plenty of other beaches to enjoy including Hilton Head Island, North Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, Isle of Palms, Garden City, and Sullivans Island, among others.

The Differences Of Lowcountry And Upstate

South Carolina isn’t just resort beaches. The state is also differentiated by Lowcountry and Upstate South Carolina. Although the areas do share many similarities and South Carolina traditions, they have distinct things that set them apart. Low Country is marked by marshy lands where you’ll find a strong Gullah influence, much more closely related to a stereotypical Georgia, especially around St. Helena Island. This is the area where you’ll find thicker accents, a lot of antebellum and postbellum homes, and a festival to celebrate everything from the endangered gopher tortoise to catfish, rice, watermelon, and more. Upstate South Carolina is located to the northwest region of the state with the city of Greenville being the most prominent of all of its destinations. 

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The Lowcountry Is the Best Place to Live on the East Coast

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, February 06, 2018

Abberly Crossing Apartment, Ladson, SCDid you know that the Charleston, SC, Metro Area is growing at three times the U.S. population average? The Lowcountry has quickly become one of the best places for living on the East Coast, and it’s easy to see why. Consider the area features breathtaking scenery, incredible history, an irresistible dining scene, and so much more. If you’re looking for the perfect place to call home, the Lowcountry has so much to offer!

It Boasts the No. 1 City in the World

The Lowcountry can credit its crown jewel, the city of Charleston, for making the entire region one of the most desired places to live on the East Coast. In 2016, the city was not only named Travel + Leisure’s “No.1 City in the U.S. and Canada” for the fourth consecutive year, but it was also selected as the “No. 1 City in the World.” With this ranking, Charleston, SC, became the first domestic city to earn the title “World’s Best City.”

The Area Is Steeped in History

Are you a history buff? If so, you will love living in the Lowcountry. This region played a vital role throughout the course of American history. At the center, you'll find Charleston, a colonial seaport founded in 1670 that became one of the wealthiest hubs during the 19th-century. The barrier islands and surrounding areas of the Lowcountry also offer a fascinating history of well-known political figures, devastating wars, and an interesting heritage. Strike up a conversation with a local and you’ll likely hear a few tall tales and ghost stories, which only add to Charleston’s character.

The People Are Friendly

Even with Charleston’s rapid growth, it has held onto its genial, Southern charm. Whether you are familiar with the area or a complete newcomer, you’ll be at ease amongst Lowcountry residents who will greet you with our world renowned hospitality.

The Scenery Is Spectacular

While a bustling historic city center and friendly folks are appealing reasons to pack up and head to the Lowcountry, it’s distinctive flora and fauna only found here that makes people never want to leave. With majestic live oak trees covered in Spanish moss, quiet marshes, pristine beaches, and beautifully preserved island communities, the Lowcountry is truly one of the most idyllic places on the East Coast to call home.

The Food Is Irresistible

Typically defined as a geographical and cultural region along the South Carolina coast, the Lowcountry is an area that was influenced by African, French, English and Caribbean cultures. One of the best ways to experience our past is through present-day cuisine. Here you’ll find traditional dishes prepared unlike anywhere else. Add award-winning restaurants, talented chefs, and plenty of fresh ingredients straight from the ocean, inlet, and farm, and you’ll quickly understand why the Lowcountry has become a top foodie destination.

The Lowcountry is a coveted destination on the East Coast. Filled with history and culture, food and fun, this beautiful part of the world offers so many things to see and do. For more information apartments in Ladson, SC contact Abberly Crossing.


Reasons Why We Love to Live in Charleston, SC

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Abberly Crossing Apartment, Ladson, SC“In addition to historic battlegrounds and jasmine-scented streets, Charleston is home to award-winning hotels and restaurants. Antebellum charm, excellent boutiques, and the beautiful waterfronts at Sullivan’s Island and Folly Beach make this city one of the most beloved in the U.S. – and now, the world.” – Travel + Leisure

Charleston, SC has been consecutively named the No. 1 City in the United States and Canada by the readers of Travel + Leisure, and was the first domestic destination to earn the coveted No. 1 City in the World ranking. Curious to learn why Charleston holds top honors? Scroll on for the top 8 reasons.


A modern playground for culinary talent, Charleston is home to a volume of world-class dining normally associated with cities five times its size. In fact, dining out is a form of nightly entertainment! Look no further than the James Beard Foundation Awards or magazines such as bon appétit, Food & Wine and Saveur to discover the fanfare surrounding Charleston’s culinary scene. Dine your way through Charleston with our Two Fork Safari culinary guide to the Lowcountry.


Marvel at the South Carolina Aquarium’s great ocean tank before trekking to the beach for a real sea life immersion experience with shorebirds, seashells and horseshoe crabs. Take a picnic to the 1,500-year-old Angel Oak tree, the area’s greatest ecological treasure, then explore the Children’s Museum of the Lowcounty’s Medieval Creativity Castle. Discover the top 10 family-friendly attractions in Charleston.


The fine arts community has thrived in Charleston since 1736 with the opening of the Dock Street Theatre, the nation’s first permanent playhouse. Immerse yourself in Charleston’s thriving art scene at the recently renovated Gibbes Museum of Art, which houses more than 10,000 works of Southern art including both regional collections and pieces from the 1915 to 1940 Charleston Renaissance. Explore 24 Lowcountry art galleries that will leave you feeling inspired.


The sway of marsh grass on a rising tide. Rustling palmetto fronds. Shorebirds and shells. Salty meringue carried ashore by crashing surf. Families frolicking on the sand. Tidal pools filled with fiddler crabs. Life on our barrier islands is breezy and laid-back—and mere minutes away from historic downtown Charleston, just waiting to be discovered. Explore our beaches!


Picturesque and exquisitely preserved, Charleston is a visual feast of antebellum architecture, cobblestone streets, flickering lanterns and historic landmarks. Ready to explore? Check out 21 spots every history buff needs to visit in the Lowcountry.


Earthquake bolts and ornate ironwork festoon handsome antebellum dwellings, while copper lanterns and hitching posts hint at a bygone era. Begin planning your romantic retreat to the Holy City with our Guide to Romantic Charleston.


Emporiums filled with antiques. Chic boutiques that highlight up-and-coming designers. Tradition-steeped, handcrafted items. Delicious artisanal products. Save room in your luggage for souvenirs! Discover our shopping guide to historic Charleston, named among the “Best Shopping Cities in the World” by Condé Nast Traveler.


While cuisine and hotels always merit mention in the reader polls, the warm hospitality extended by Charleston’s locals is a deciding factor in the destination’s enduring charms and widespread appeal.

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Apartments in Charleston Committed to Quality and Service

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Abberly Crossing Apartment, Ladson, SCAbberly Waterstone offers spacious apartment homes with inspiring interiors, excellent features and a location beyond compare. Cross over to incomparable living with your new home at Abberly Crossing! We are an apartment community created for those seeking an incomparable lifestyle with features and a location beyond compare. Located adjacent to Palmetto Commerce Park and across the street from the new Joseph R. Pye Elementary School,  these apartments in Ladson, SC are in the heart of Charleston's newest residential, retail, and business community. Featuring stylish architecture with an exceptional mix of amenities, distinctive interiors featuring designer touches as well as elevators in the manor building for added convenience. Abberly Crossing apartment homes has set itself apart with unique lay outs and a modern style of living. Cross over to comfort in one of our spacious one, two or three bedroom apartments and relax with a book at the invigorating zero entry pool with large sundeck. Cross over to convenience located off Patriot Boulevard with easy access to Dorchester and Ladson Roads. Minutes from shopping, dining, schools and recreation.

But don’t just take our word for it, here is what some of our residents are saying:

"I have lived here over 2 months now and I have had nothing but a positive experience. The staff is friendly, the maintenance team is very prompt at fixing things, the dogs are quiet and clean, and the resident events are fun (although some are better than others). The pool is also so so gorgeous! I highly recommend living here!"

"I've been living here for almost 2 years now. I couldn't have picked a better apartment. I lived in 2 different units and I am very satisfied. Maintenance is always on time. The workers in the front office are great. Plus its a beautiful clean community!"

"I've Moved Here In Feb this Year and so far I love it here. The Staff Is Awesome and very helpful, I haven't had any issues Apartment wise. As for location , everything is less than 3 miles away. What you see is what you really get. I would definitely recommend this place to everyone."

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One, Two and Three Bedroom Apartments in Ladson, SC

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Abberly Crossing Apartment, Ladson, SCOur one, two, and three bedroom apartments in Ladson, SC offer a great lifestyle with all types of amenities, including:

  • Sparkling Swimming Pool with Sundeck
  • 24 Hour Fitness Facility with Cardio Equipment
  • Game Room with Pool Table
  • Washer and Dryer in Unit
  • Playground
  • Cable Ready
  • Walk In Closets
  • Elevators
  • Stylish Architecture
  • All Pets

Abberly Crossing apartment homes has set itself apart with unique lay outs and a modern style of living. Our 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments includes washer and dryer, screened porches, cook friendly kitchens with above range microwaves and 9 foot ceilings. Residents have access to our exclusive amenities 24 hours a day which includes a cutting edge fitness center, game room with pool table and flat screen televisions, swimming pool, and internet lounge. We are located adjacent to Palmetto Commerce Park and across the street from the new Joseph R. Pye Elementary School. We are located in the heart of Charleston’s newest residential, retail and business community.

We feature stylish architecture with an exceptional mix of amenities, distinctive interiors featuring designer touches as well as elevators in the manor building for added convenience. Abberly Crossing apartment homes has set itself apart with unique lay outs and a modern style of living. Conveniently located off Patriot Boulevard with easy access to Dorchester and Ladson Roads. We are minutes from shopping, dining, schools and restaurants.

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Why Retire in Charleston, SC?

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, January 09, 2018

Abberly Crossing Apartment, Ladson, SCThere is no place quite like Charleston. The region features a unique blend of historic preservation and new development, displayed in its cobblestone walkways and eerie cemeteries, buzzy nightlife and sophisticated art galleries. Its unique brand of Southern style shines in the bespoke boutiques that line downtown's King Street, while Southern hospitality radiates from the award-winning dining establishments.

Not only is the area overflowing with entertainment and good food, but this low country locale is also gorgeous. Although summers are hot and humid, the rest of the year features pleasant temperatures that allow residents to soak in the area's scenery. A handful of beaches within striking distance make a day at the shore a commonplace activity for Charlestonians.

Whether it's Spanish moss dangling from oak trees or the smell of shrimp and grits wafting downtown – Charleston is sure to charm you.


U.S. News analyzed 100 metro areas in the United States to find the best places to live based on quality of life and the job market in each metro area, as well as the value of living there and people's desire to live there.

Charleston, SC is ranked:

#27 in Best Places to Live
#18 in Best Places to Retire

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