Wraggborough was part of the extensive landholdings of Joseph Wragg, partitioned among his heirs in 1758. John Wragg, the eldest son, received as part of his portion the 79 acres surveyed and laid into streets and lots, by Joseph Purcell, surveyor, in 1801. Streets were named for Joseph Wragg's children: John, Judith, Mary, Ann, Charlotte, Elizabeth, Henrietta.
Known as The Garden District residents in Mazyck-Wraggborough have nearby Marion Square, with its farmer’s markets and festivals, and the restaurants of King Street, just a block away. The neighborhood has several picturesque parks. Wragg Mall near the Rhett house and Wragg Square were donated to the public by the Wragg family and are as old as the neighborhood itself. The Irish Memorial Park at the foot of Charlotte Street offers
breathtaking views of the Cooper River and Ravenel Bridge.
Mazyck-Wraggborough is ideal for residents with families in search of large yards but with who want to be near the lifestyle of the city. The area offers beautiful large homes.There are also condos in beautifully converted historic homes for those requiring less maintenance.This neighborhood truly lives up to it’s name of the Garden District
Beautiful Greek Revival, the William A. Hussey house, located in the heart of Wraggborough circa 1849, has been meticulously restored per National Register of Historic Pl...