Mount Pleasant, SC, is just a short drive from downtown Charleston and minutes from two of the top-rated beaches on the east coast. Mount Pleasant, SC, has just about everything one can need. If you’re an outdoorsy person, find yourself golfing, playing tennis, or exploring one of the many parks located in the town. Searching for something active to do? Stop by the Waterfront Park to fish or take your kids to the playground. Mount Pleasant, SC, is also a very family and kid-friendly town offering an abundance in school options and neighborhoods. Mount Pleasant, SC offers waterfront properties, gated communities, condominiums and townhomes, one will find a place they can call home. Enjoy some food on or off the water at the many chain or local restaurants. Visiting Shem creek is a must, with plenty of options to have excellent seafood or a yummy burger sitting on the water. Spend your day in Mount Pleasant, SC shopping at Towne Center or the Market at Oakland, which has brand name retailers, small boutiques, consignment, and antique stores. During the holiday season, the lights at Towne Center will draw you right in. Grocery stores are located all around Mount Pleasant, SC, perfectly accommodating all neighborhoods. For more information, contact Jon Stroud at [email protected].
Although Mount Pleasant has such proximity to Charleston, this town has lots to offer without crossing the bridge! One of Mount Pleasant’s most popular attractions is the Shem Creek. This boardwalk, which sits on a creek has just about everything, from delicious restaurants, fun bars, to places to tie your boat. Enjoy a drink at Red’s rooftop bar, which has a beautiful view of the harbor and creek. Historically, Shem Creek was known for its shrimp fishing. Red’s Ice House was the first ice house that would take in the fresh shrimp to ice them. Now turned into a restaurant and bar, they have become extremely popular!
Surprising to some, Mount Pleasant holds a ton of history. A big favorite is The Boone Hall Plantation and Gardens, a plantation that was founded in 1681 by an Englishman by the name of John Boone. Boone Hall, which was opened to the public in 1956, runs tours daily, and farms year-round. Boone Hall is one of America’s oldest working farms! Now owned by the McRae family, Boone hall is highly well kept to maintain its high tourist volume. If you love Nicholas Spark’s “The Notebook” you may recognize some scenes from around the plantation! For more information on homes for sale in Mount Pleasant, SC, please contact Jon Stroud!
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