After receiving lots of requests, I shot this, which encompasses the greater portion of neighborhoods of Mt. Pleasant, SC and helps you experience the area as if you were in the car with me…
Why Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina?
If you are thinking about moving to the South, you should have Mt. Pleasant, SC near the top of the list.
When you visit Mt. Pleasant, you will be greeted by friendly people living in a well designed community. Mt. Pleasant is closely positioned to Historic Charleston, SC and is near two beaches — one on Sullivan’s Island and the other beach on Isle of Palms.
The lifestyle in Mt. Pleasant is laid-back and gracious. I have been fortunate to call it home for nearly 20 years. In all my life travels, I always come back to the Mt. Pleasant and Charleston area and think how blessed I am to live here — I feel like you would too.
Aside from the great stress free lifestyle, Mt. Pleasant is home to some of the best coastal neighborhoods in the South. The always popular Ion, Old Mt. Pleasant/Old Village, and Olde Parke are some of the high-end favorites in Mt. Pleasant. Other great neighborhoods are Hamlin Plantation, Belle Hall, and Charleston National to name just a few –there are many. You can read my Mt. Pleasant, SC real estate and neighborhood reviews to learn more.
For those of you with kids, Mt. Pleasant is home to a couple of “National Blue Ribbon” winning schools, offering some of the best public education in the area. Also located in and around Mt. Pleasant are some of the most prestigious private schools in the South. Mt. Pleasant has wonderful and plentiful recreation centers, so your kids can play sports or learn the arts. Diverse natural landscapes and coastal wildlife provide endless opportunities for adventure and fun for the entire family.
If you are looking for a place to retire, Mt. Pleasant also has a lot to offer. There are many recreational opportunities for you to enjoy like golf, tennis, boating, and parks. Mt. Pleasant is just a stones-throw from Historic Charleston, which offers a world of cultural and culinary options. Two brand new hospitals have been constructed in Mt. Pleasant, and the tax rate compared to other parts of the USA is very competitive. Be sure to visit my site for retirement — charlestonretirement.net
Another great thing you will enjoy about Mt. Pleasant is the large number of grocery stores. Mt. Pleasant ranks nationally for the highest number of grocery stores per capita in the USA, so you will find they are convenient to every community neighborhood. Additionally, The Mount Pleasant Farmers Market, open from April through September, is where our community meets to share in an array of locally grown and SC Certified produce. You can stroll through the market to find just-picked vegetables and fruits, flowers and local seafood plus fresh-cooked meals, baked and canned goods and locally produced snacks. Plus, Mt. Pleasant has great shopping venues with the best of the best national retailers, quaint boutiques, art galleries, and antique stores.
I could write much more about Mt. Pleasant, but the best way to learn more is to come experience it yourself. I offer no-obligation tours of the area that run only a couple hours in length. They are highly informative and geared towards helping you to understand how Mt. Pleasant, SC fits your lifestyle.
I look forward to hearing from you — Best Regards, Bob
Watch An Interview I Did With A Couple That Moved To Mt Pleasant, SC from NJ.
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