The Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, the longest cable stayed bridge in North America spans the Cooper River connecting the Charleston Peninsula with the historic and beautiful town of Mount Pleasant. Mount Pleasant is one of the Charleston areas most desirable areas and population growth in the town has been strong. Because of careful planning for development, Mount Pleasant has managed to preserve its small-town appeal and rich heritage.
From the Old Village fronting Charleston Harbor to master planned neighborhoods including Park West, Brickyard Plantation, I’on, Belle Hall and Carolina Park, there are housing choices for everyone. You can keep your boat out back on one of the many rivers or creeks winding through many neighborhoods or watch golfers from your screened porch, deck or patio play the challenging golf courses at Dunes West, RiverTowne Country Club, Charleston National and Snee Farm.
Many families relocating to the Charleston area have found Mount Pleasant to be a favored area to live due to its convenient location near both downtown and the beaches. Upscale shopping and fine dining are just a few of the benefits of living in Mount Pleasant and Mount Pleasant also boasts one of the top ranked school districts in South Carolina.
If you are looking for recreation, activities abound with Boone Hall Plantation, Patriot’s Point Golf Links or the Palmetto Islands State Park. The farmers market is open every Tuesday evening during season on Coleman Blvd. for fresh produce. The beaches at the Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island are just minutes away over the 2 bridges crossing the Intracoastal Waterway.
- Belle Hall
- Brickyard Plantation
- Carolina Park
- Dunes West
- Park West
- The Old Village