New Condos in Mt. Pleasant, SC

Posted by on Monday, March 31st, 2008 at 1:00pm.

We’ve included some of the newest condo developments in Mt. Pleasant. You can use the links to search all the condo MLS listings by neighborhood! We’ve listed the condos by starting price – from lowest to highest.
Park West has two popular subsections with new condos. Madison has some of the most affordable condos in Mt. Pleasant, with prices starting around $110K and going up to $160K. The Battery also has relatively affordable condos, ranging from about $160K to $250K.
Southampton Pointe is located close to Towne Center. This new condo community has good landscaping and really nice amenities. Condo prices range from $160K to just over $240K.
Seaside Farms is also a popular newer condo community in Mt. Pleasant. It has several subsections that were built in the past nine or so years. The newest condos were built around 2006. Depending on the section, prices range from about $165K to almost $460K.
Cambridge Lakes was built in 1999 and 2000. Condo prices generally range from $180K to $250K. Buyers generally like the brick exteriors, since most of the newer condos in Mt. Pleasant have siding.
The Ellington Woods subsection of Dunes West has condos that were built mostly in 1999 and 2000. These condos are not in the gated section of Dunes West, but residents can become members and use the amenities at Dunes West (which has a golf club). Current condo prices are in the low $200s.
The Legends at Charleston National is one of the few golf communities in Mt. Pleasant with new condos. It’s also gated. These condo prices are much higher, ranging from about $275K to $400K.
The Renaissance condos are loaded with upgrades. This condo community is located on the opposite side of the Ravenel Bridge from Tides – you’ll see them right when you’re coming over the bridge to Mt. Pleasant. Prices start in the low $600s and go up to almost $2 million.
Tides has some of the most expensive condos in Mt. Pleasant. But, they’re very luxurious, and they have great views of the Charleston Harbor. Prices start around $600K and go up to almost $3 million.

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