Pinckney Place is a new construction community located off Whipple Road, which runs between Mathis Ferry Road and Long Point Road in Mt. Pleasant. There is only one street (Ware Bottom Lane) with a nice entrance, a few small ponds, and a small play park - so this is a comparatively small neighborhood. Pinckney Place is surrounded by other single family neighborhoods on three sides, and a single story office complex on one side. Boone Hall Plantation, Bell Hall Shopping Center, and Mount Pleasant Town Center (an outdoor mall) are all just a few minutes’ drive from Pinckney Place. Downtown Charleston is just 20 minutes away, and Sullivan’s Island and Isle of Palms beaches are about 10 minutes. The schools that this neighborhood is zoned for are James B. Edwards Elementary, Moultrie Middle, and Wando High.
These Lowcountry style homes were designed with hardy plank (also called cement plank) exteriors, large front porches, small yards, 2 car detached garages with a dual strip driveway, and sidewalks. The builders paid close attention to the architectural details on these homes to give them a great southern appeal. Also, there are alleyways that enable the streetscape to look neat and more manicured by freeing it of cars, trash cans, etc. The interiors of these homes are usually upgraded with 10 foot ceilings, 8 foot solid doors, significant molding packages, site finished wood floors, granite counters, and stainless steel appliances. Home prices start at about $350K for a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1,500 square foot home and work their way up to a little over $500k for a 5 bedroom, 4.5 bath, 3,300 square foot home. The HOA dues, or homeowner’s association fees, are $350 annually, and each buyer is responsible for paying a one-time transfer fee of $300 to the HOA the day of closing. If you are looking for a neighborhood with amenities and spacious lots, Pinckney Place may not be for you. The lot sizes are quite small – typically less than .15 acre. Buyers who decide to purchase a home in Pinckney Place are generally looking for a new, upgraded home and prefer to be closer to downtown and the beach. A comparable community to consider is Pemberton inside the subdivision Park West. It has larger lots and a range of amenities, but it’s about 10 minutes farther from downtown Charleston.
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