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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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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
  • 2001 to 2008
  • $350K to almost $2 million
  • Has golf course
  Park West
  • 2000 to 2008*
  • $250K to over $2 million
  • 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 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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For home buyers looking for newer houses on James Island, we’ve included a list of the most popular neighborhoods.  These are also some of the newest communities on James Island.  Click on the neighborhoods to view the homes currently for sale!


Jamestowne Village is known for its Charleston style houses.  These were built from 2002 to 2004, and current prices range from $270,000 to $290,000.


Ocean Neighbors is one of the closest communities to Folly Beach with newer homes.  Built from 1999 to 2005, these homes range in price from $290,000 to $425,000.


Lawton Harbor was built from 2002 to 2004.  Prices right now are from $310K to $350K, so it does not have as big a range in price compared to other newer communities.


Westfield Place

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James Island does not have nearly the selection of townhouses in comparison with the selection of condos available.  But, there are some great townhouse communities in the area.  Below you’ll see three of the newest townhouse neighborhoods on James Island.  You can use the links to see more information and MLS listings for each neighborhood.


Meridian Place is one of the more popular townhouse subdivisions.  Current townhouse prices start around $170,000 for 2 bedrooms and 2 baths.  The 3 bedroom / 2 bath townhouses start just under $200,000.  Even though these townhouses were built from 2001 to 2004, they’re still some of the newest ones you’ll find in the area.  And, some of the units have attached garages.


Eaglewood Retreat has some of

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Carolina Bay is one of the newest communities in West Ashley.  We’ve included a new listing below along with a link to the Carolina Bay community so that you can learn more about it!


"This beautiful Hagood floor plan is loaded with over $35,000 in upgrades. Gorgeous Brazilian Cherry hardwoods cover the first floor. A formal living room with bay window and dining room are off to the left of the foyer. An inset bar area sits between the dining room and kitchen. A gorgeous kitchen with silstone counters, stainless steel appliances and raised cherry cabinets with crown moulding awaits you. There is ample counter space to prepare the perfect meal, and it is an open floor plan that just begs for entertaining. The kitchen has ceramic tile on the floors

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Many home buyers look for new construction condos because they offer low-maintenance living.  By definition, condos do not have a private yard – instead, all of the owners in a condo community share the green areas, or common areas, throughout the neighborhood.  These common areas are maintained using the monthly regime fees paid by the owners.  Regime fees usually include lawn maintenance, maintenance of the exterior of the building, and access to the amenities.  Most of the newer condo communities on James Island have amenities like a swimming pool, a club house, a fitness center, and tennis courts. 


Some regime fees include insurance for the building.  This type of insurance would not cover personal possessions (like furniture, clothes, etc.),

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People often ask us whether it is better to use the agent working at the model home.  While these agents are very familiar with the neighborhood and option packages, they work for the builder and have his/her best interests in mind.  They are hired to know the inventory and to represent the builder during all of the transactions.


You can still use these agents’ knowledge but have your own agent with you during the buying process.  And builders (and their agents) are always happy to work with the buyer’s agent.  We recommend having an agent to represent you and only you rather than rely on the builder’s representative.  Since the seller (in this case, the builder) pays commission to the buyer’s agent, you don’t have to pay to have an agent represent

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Many people hear about buying homes in the pre-construction phase of development and having the home value skyrocket in the first few years.  The stories usually involve someone “getting in” during the early phases of development when the builders offer good incentives and competitive pricing.  These homes can be great investments, but deals like these are harder to find now than they were even five years ago.  So, talk to your real estate agent about pre-construction homes (and investing in the Charleston area in general) if this is something you are interested in.


A lot of our clients have opted to buy homes pre-construction in Charleston because they need time to sell their current home.  Building a new home in Charleston usually takes anywhere

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