Old Village, Mount Pleasant
Mount Pleasant’s most historic neighborhood, once only accessed via ferry boat, The Old Village is a special place that was put on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 in order to preserve its architectural styles and encourage harmonious growth and development in the area.
The Old Village sits right on the Charleston harbor, with spectacular views of downtown Charleston and the Ravenel Bridge. Nestled quietly amid grand live oaks with a ‘Normal Rockwell-esque’ setting, it’s only a hop, skip and jump to beautiful Sullivan’s Island and Shem Creek.
The homes in The Old Village are sought after by locals and new arrivals alike, while many are passed down from generation to generation. You’ll find both historic homes and newer construction homes boasting plenty of charm.
Meet a Mount Pleasant Expert:
Designation:Realtor®, Broker Associate
Specializes in: Walkable Communities, Second-Home Buyers
South Carolina native Ann Shimer was born and raised right here in Charleston. She earned an undergraduate degree from USC in Hotel, Restaurant, & Tourism and then MBA from the Citadel evening school. Her father was a real estate developer so she naturally had a passion for real estate and got her real estate license in 1999 and broker’s license in 2004. She loves renovating old homes that need a little TLC. Right now Ann resides in Mt. Pleasant with her two dogs and husband in an 1880’s home she renovated herself. In addition to real estate, Ann has owned Consigning Women and Men for over 20 years. She also enjoys spending time on the water, cycling, walking the beach, tennis, and yoga.
Mount Pleasant Office
Address: 835 Coleman Blvd Ste. 200
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464