Home Size2,208 sqft
Days on Market11
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 the beautiful Sullivans Island and Shem Creek. The shops in the village have been preserved as well so you can still sit at the soda fountain and get a milk shake at the Pitt Street Pharmacy or eat a fine meal at The Post House restaurant.
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 with prices ranging from $500,000 for a small home to $5,000,000 for a historic home with a deepwater dock on Charleston Harbor.
Watch the container ships and sailboats cruise by from one of the many vantage points on the ‘Mount’ of the Old Village, or ride a bicycle to the Pitt Street Park and watch the fisherman reeling in their catch. If you are hungry, don’t miss the Village Bakery with its impressive line-up of sweets, soups and more. And if you want to throw a frisbee to your dog or enjoy a sunset picnic, the grounds at Alhambra Hall overlook the Charleston Harbor and are a quaint space to take a break from your day and there is a small playground right across the street. No wonder it is an extremely popular wedding and reception venue.
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