Situated across the Cooper River from the downtown Charleston peninsula, Mount Pleasant is an oasis that demands attention from any prospective homebuyer. Dubbed “Mt. P” by Charleston-area locals, this charming community remains firmly connected to its fishing village roots. Welcoming visitors and new residents alike with world famous hospitality, Mount Pleasant just might be the perfect place to call home. Explore our listings of Mt. Pleasant, SC luxury real estate, and learn more about living in the area below!
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Natural Beauty & Interactive History
Nestled on the banks of the Cooper River and just steps away from the Atlantic Ocean, Mount Pleasant has long been a center of South Carolina history. From critical colonial-era trading posts to wartime installations, Mount Pleasant’s past is far-reaching. A stroll through the famed “Old Village” neighborhood is like taking a walk back in time. You’ll marvel at the gorgeous live oaks draped in Spanish moss that shade the narrow streets and historic homes.
Mount Pleasant’s proximity to the water and Lowcountry heritage also make it a nature lover’s paradise. There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor adventure and recreation. Tidal creeks, rivers, and famous beach communities like Sullivan’s Island and the Isle of Palms are all close by. A typical Mount Pleasant day might include a morning round of golf, followed by an afternoon saltwater fishing excursion and a round of drinks at one of the area’s award-winning bars and restaurants.
True Lowcountry Living
Today’s Mount Pleasant is a dynamic community with industry, business, and cultural events in abundance. No longer just a bedroom community for the Charleston area, Mount Pleasant now boasts an array of technology companies, fine dining and shopping options, and community services.
For the luxury home buyer, Mount Pleasant presents a truly amazing array of options, neighborhoods, and communities. Single family homes, mixed-use commercial developments, and even on-the-water retreats are all available. Of course, these options are in easy driving distance to the bustle of downtown Charleston or the quiet of rural South Carolina. One visit to Mt. P and we’re sure you’ll agree: Lowcountry living has a lot to offer. Contact Jimmy Carroll today for assistance in finding and purchasing your new home.