Mount Pleasant SC real estate: now comprised now of technically two main areas, which are separated by two zip codes (29464 & 29466) and one main road, the Isle of Palms connector. Way before the Isle of Palms connector was built long before the large mega-developments like I’On Village, Dunes West, Park West, Oyster Point or even Snee Farm Mt Pleasant was a small town that was just made up of 29464. Now there is 29466 also known to locals as North Mt Pleasant. If you come down the Ravenel bridge and veer right you’ll go down Coleman Blvd toward Sullivan’s Island and this are is known locally & affectionately as the “Coleman Corridor” and home to the now well known and loved Shem Creek.
Find all real estate for sale Mount Pleasant SC MLS Listings New construction, waterfront homes, condos, townhouses, lots, boat slips, and more. Mount Pleasant SC is a suburb of Charleston SC, and the most expensive per capita housing cost in the state of SC. With some of the best schools in the state, four golf course communities, and is home to the well known Shem Creek the town is probably the most popular area of the Charleston tri-county to live. Believe it or not Mt Pleasant also has two different luxury “high” rise condo communities: The Tides & The Renaissance on Charleston Harbor.
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NEIGHBORHOODS & SUBDIVISIONS
Mount Pleasant has been one of America’s most coveted communities to live for years and definitely one of if not the most coveted sub-urban communities of coastal S.C since the 90’s when the town began serious development. For generations, Mount Pleasant SC homes for sale consisted of only a few neighborhoods most of which were on the Coleman Corridor side like: Brookgreen Meadows, The Old Village, Bay View Acres, and Shemwood to name a few and Mt Pleasant was a small town you passed through on your way to Myrtle Beach. Since the 90’s Mount Pleasant has literally BOOMED, due to its proximity to two beachfront towns: Isle of Palms (Wild Dunes resort), and Sullivan’s Island; plus it is only 10 -30 mins drive from downtown. There are also 5 golf courses, 4 of which are country club communities which are more than any other area town in the tri-county area.
GOLF COURSE COMMUNITIES
Since golf is such a huge draw in Charleston SC (not just Myrtle Beach) South Carolina but all over the coast, Mount Pleasant is no different, and our 4 country clubs are pretty impressive. There is one public course; Patriot Point links that is not in a neighborhood located on the Charleston harbor. So along with the two golf courses on Wild Dunes resort, that makes 7 golf courses all within a quick drive from or in Mt Pleasant. Luckily all the golf courses below are all public and none of the country clubs have required memberships. Snee Farm is the only one where a member has to bring/invite you to play.
- Snee Farm Country Club
- Dunes West Country Club
- Rivertowne Country Club
- Charleston National Country Club
- Patriots Point Golf Links
- OTHERS CLOSE (but not in the town)
Most people would love to live on one of the large deepwater creeks, or preferably the Wando River, and if you are so blessed to be able to afford it the Charleston Harbor like homes in The Old Village have. As nice as it sounds, homes on or close to the waterfront have its serious risk of floods. When Charleston gets one of its fairly regular hurricanes, storms, or heavy rains often times any homes near this water will have rising water, and that’s why so many homes are and built off the ground. We aren’t known as the “low-country” for nothing. There are several deep-water creeks you could choose to live on most of which are tributaries of the Wando River. When looking at waterfront properties for sale in Mount Pleasant consider these factors:
- Find out the flood zone info from the FEMA website
- Request the elevation certificate and/or survey of the home
- If it is a lot before buying get a due diligence period so you can get quotes on how much fill dirt you’ll need. You might not want to buy the lot if you need 25 truckloads of dirt to build the lot to grade
- Get flood insurance estimates with the elevation certificate in hand before buying if you can
- Ask the neighbors how bad the neighborhood has flooded recently at last time
- Bugs – living near marsh means an increase in biting insects.