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Old Village Homes For Sale

The most charming section of Mount Pleasant is also its oldest. And it is called, appropriately, the Old Village of Mount Pleasant. Sandwiched between Sullivan’s Island and Shem Creek, this lively area honors its 300 year history with preservation of historic homes and development that celebrates and protects the natural beauty that runs through it. Old Village homes for sale are stunning, as well; these properties are picturesque with their plantation shutters and beautiful white picket fenced yards.

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$1,000,000

11 Pierates Cruz

Mount Pleasant, SC Vacant Land
  • 270 DOM
$1,000,000

11 Pierates Cruz

Mount Pleasant, SC Residential
  • 4
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  • 2,270
  • 270 DOM

About Old Village Real Estate

Old Village real estate is located in one of the most prominent areas of Mount Pleasant. Beautiful historic homes have been completely renovated to incorporate both the charming antique features and modern living standards. Handsome fireplaces and original hardwood floors make these homes feel cozy and filled with a rich history. Additionally, the gleaming kitchens are complete with high-end appliances and plenty of storage.

Old Village of Mount Pleasant Highlights

Many of the homes in the Old Village are situated right along the Charleston Harbor, while others are in closer proximity to the charming district hub of locally owned stores, historical churches, and an oak-lined children’s park. More terrific dining and retail opportunities abound along the Coleman Boulevard corridor, and the town's newest mixed use apartment and retail community, The Boulevard, is at the center of it all.

Lowcountry life is in full swing in this pocket of Charleston: the shrimp boats pull right up to the restaurant docks at Shem Creek, historic Charleston beckons just over the Ravenel Bridge, paddleboarders get their gear at outfitters up and down Coleman, and the weekend warriors make the five minute drive (or 15 minute bike ride) to the sand and surf of Sullivan’s Island.
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