Mount Pleasant, South Carolina is one of the top choices for home buyers looking to move to the Charleston area for a number of reasons. Many feel that the newer public and private schools are some of the best in the region but it is also the general feel and layouts of these multiple upscale neighborhoods of the area that has helped fuel this growth. Home buyers in Mt. Pleasant seem to choose the area also because of the great home options for sale. Most of the Mount Pleasant neighborhoods have full amenities like swimming pools and tennis courts, some with walking paths, lakes and bike trails. Outdoor living is a huge part of the Charleston way of life and lifestyle and Mt. Pleasant fits that role superbly. Many of these neighborhoods offer these wonderful amenities and that fact coupled with the ease of access to the area beaches are also another underlying factor that has driven population growth to the Mt. Pleasant area.
This growth has brought with it a vibrant commercial district that offers wonderful dining and shopping options, a great blend of antique boutiques and high end retailers and a slew of professional businesses that are flourishing year in and year out. From Towne Center to Shem Creek you will find unlimited shopping and dining options galore.
Some of the most recognizable neighborhoods include I’on, Hamlin Plantation, Park West, Dunes West, Rivertowne, Old Village, Sawyer’s Landing, Seaside Farms and Belle Hall to name just a few. There is also the breathtaking condominium complex The Tides which offers panoramic water and marsh views of the Charleston Harbor and the Arther Ravenel Bridge.
From growing families to new families, retirees and professionals alike, Mt. Pleasant has something to offer anyone. Take a stroll through the County Park, or take part in the latest craze of “SUP” (stand up paddling) down one of the many local creeks or rivers. The beaches east of the Cooper River and many golfing options of Mt. Pleasant are awaiting you.
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