Old Village Old Mt. Pleasant
Being the very first neighborhood in Mount Pleasant, the
Old Village is famous for its centuries-old trees and historic
landscapes that date back to the Pre-Revolution.
Because of stringent rules of architectural design, the community
is admired for its preserved history.
The Old Village is known for its several distinct sites and walkable streets.
Alhambra Hall is one of those sites and is the place that Mt. Pleasant
took shape some 300+ years ago, as dance hall for Charlestonians who wanted a
break from the city on weekends.
Today Alhambra Hall is used for weddings, community events and has a great
childrens play park that overlooks Charleston Harbor.
Another popular area for locals and tourist alike is the Old Pitt St. Bridge,
which at one time connected Mt. Pleasant and Sullivans Island. Today it is used for
walking, boat and bird watching and fishing.
If you come to Mt. Pleasant for a visit you definitely want to walk the Old
Bridge area. Great views of Charleston Harbor.
The Old Village is one of the best locations to live in all of Charleston.
Great schools and very walker/biker friendly streets, and so close to everything.
You will note that the Old Village is in fact accessible to
the nearby beaches of Sullivans Island and it sits only minutes
from Historic Charleston.
I have lived in the Old Village for many of my years in Charleston.
If you would like a complimentary tour of Old Village real estate in Mt. Pleasant,
SC please contact, me, Bob at 843-345-6074