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I wanted to bring a new listing to your attention. A home was just listed yesterday in one of the most sought-after subsections of Park West. This home is ideal for buyers looking for a classic Charleston style home with great architectural details – but without the hassle of living downtown or the upkeep of an older home. I’ve included the remarks section of the report below so that you can read about the home’s features. For more information and pictures, click here!   Classic 1900's Quality in a 1 Year Old Home!!! Immaculate 5 bed., 4.5 ba. home in the most desired area & school district in Chas., Mt. Pleasant! This home has the solid quality and feel of an early 1900's Downtown Charleston home...one that was built w/ care & detail to last a…
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As the largest neighborhood in Charleston, the Park West community in Mt. Pleasant makes its way onto many home buyers’ short lists of neighborhoods to consider. The traffic lights at the two entrances on Hwy 17 and Hwy 41 allow easy access to and from the rest of Mt. Pleasant. Prospective buyers are generally very impressed with the reflecting pool and landscaping upon entering the community. And the subsections are more hidden compared to other communities. Overall, Park West feels quite secluded from the rest of Mount Pleasant. There are lots of trees, green spaces, and walking trails throughout. Much of this will probably be developed in the future, but for now residents can enjoy a good deal of space between many of the subsections.        Home…
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We get a lot of questions about schools in Charleston, SC – especially from home buyers relocating to Charleston. When clients tell us they want to be in a good public school district, we give them some of the resources we’ve collected over the years. Most of these are school district websites along with various sites devoted to school rankings for the Charleston area and for the state.    The cities of Mt. Pleasant and Summerville have the highest ranked public schools in Charleston. Summerville is divided into several districts. But, if you look at the rankings, you’ll see that Dorchester District 2 receives the highest marks.      When people find out they have two options for places to live in Charleston with such good public schools, they…
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You’ll find a range of waterfront homes in Charleston, SC. This broad category of homes includes marshfront, deep water, shallow water, tidal creek, riverfront, pondfront, and beachfront. So, waterfront homes in Charleston can either be on fresh water or salt water.    The most expensive waterfront real estate in Charleston is beachfront homes. Charleston has six beaches to choose from, and each has its own style – Folly Beach, Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island, Wild Dunes, Seabrook Island, and Kiawah Island. Because Charleston beach houses can be so expensive (they start a little under $1.5 Million), many buyers gladly take a condo or townhouse instead in order to stay under the million dollar price range.   If you’re looking for a waterfront home…
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With so many nationally ranked golf courses in Charleston, SC, golf is a huge attraction in the area. Some of the best golf courses are located in Mt. Pleasant and Kiawah Island, but you’ll find plenty of options throughout the Charleston area. In fact, there is at least one golf course in 12 of the 16 Charleston areas.  Total, Charleston boasts 22 public and private courses and 13 golf course communities. Most golf courses in Charleston are open to the public and don’t require you to live in the golf community to play. However, there are a few courses on which you can only play by proof of residence or by invitation from a resident.    Homes in Charleston golf communities generally offer large common areas and better than average amenities, such as…
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You’ll find a large selection of newer homes in Mt. Pleasant, SC. Below you’ll see popular neighborhoods with newer homes. In these communities, the majority of the homes were built after 2000. We’ve ordered them by the most current year built – newest to oldest.   Darrell Creek
  • 2002 to 2008
  • $470K to $1.3 million
  • Low country style homes
  Rivertowne
  • 2001 to 2008
  • $350K to almost $2 million
  • Has golf course
  Park West
  • 2000 to 2008*
  • $250K to over $2 million
  I’on
  • Mostly 2000 to 2008
  • $600K to $3 million
  • Charleston style homes
  Dunes West
  • Late 1990s to 2008*
  • $250K to over $2 million
  • Gated and has a golf course
  Carol Oaks
  • 2006 and 2007
  • Low
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We’ve included below some of the most popular Mt. Pleasant neighborhoods with older homes. These neighborhoods will have mostly homes that were built before 2000. Also, you can use the links to search for homes by neighborhood! For each community, you’ll find dates that most of the homes were built along with current home prices.   Ordered by starting price, from lowest to highest:    Longpoint
  • 1990s
  • Low $200s to low $600s
  Snee Farm
  • 1980s
  • $240s to high $700s
  • Has a golf course
  Charleston National
  • Mostly built in the mid to late 1990s
  • $270s to $850s
  • Golf course
  Wakendaw Lakes
  • Mostly 1970s and 1980s
  • Low $300s to mid $600s
  Horlbeck Creek
  • Late 1990s
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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…
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Since many of our buyers want to live on a golf course in Charleston, we’ve put together a list of options for buying golf real estate in the area. We’ve included the general areas and (where appropriate) the specific Charleston communities that have a golf course.   Town of Mt. Pleasant
  • Rivertowne Country Club
  • Dunes West
  • Charleston National
  Johns Island
  • Hope Plantation
  West Ashley
  • Shadowmoss Plantation
  Summerville
  • Wescott Plantation
  • Legend Oaks Plantation
  North Charleston
  • Coosaw Creek
  Goose Creek
  • Crowfield Plantation
  Rural West Ashley
  • Stono Ferry
Wild Dunes Resort   Kiawah Island   Seabrook…
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We will be hosting an open house this weekend in Rivertowne Country Club in Mt. Pleasant.  We are very excited about this new listing, since Rivertowne is one of the most desirable communities in Mt. Pleasant!  We’ve priced the house very well for the lot size, upgrades, and location.  This single story home has one of the most open floor plans in Rivertowne.  The house sits on a corner lot and has .49 acres.  The backyard is one of the largest you’ll find in this price range. It is fenced, sodded, and has plenty of room for pets or outdoor activities!  The lot sits across from the 12th hole of Rivertowne’s golf course, which was the Arnold Palmer LPGA Golf Course for 2007.  Neighborhood amenities include the golf course, swimming pool, tennis courts, and

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