Located off of Rifle Range Road, the subdivision of Chelsea Park consists of 114 homes built between 1987 and 1996. Homes within the quaint community measure anywhere from 1,000 to 1,900 square feet, with most having wood siding. Some of the properties butt up against the community pond, while Sullivan Island beach is located just five minutes away. Seaside Farms, Towne Center and a variety of restaurants are also located within just a short driving distance from the community.
Situated just north of Mount Pleasant off of Highway 17, the waterfront community of Copahee View can be found on the Intracoastal Waterway. The long-established neighborhood was badly affected by Hurricane Hugo in 1989, but has successfully rebuilt itself while remaining true to its original roots. The community is only a short distance from Capers and Dewees Islands. Consisting of approximately 100 homes, the quaint community, is characterized by a mixture of newly built single-family homes and manufactured homes. Several large, undeveloped lots are also available within the community, which provide the perfect place to build a custom-built home. Many of the lots are wooded, with the community as a whole maintaining a rural feel
Creekside Park in Mount Pleasant is a 17-acre community of single-family homes located only minutes from downtown Charleston. The development dates back to the 1960’s after the opening of the U.S. Highway-17 Bypass along Shem Creek. The neighborhood offers a quiet, family friendly setting with four or five bedrooms homes. The neighborhood features a community dock, a tennis club and a community swimming pool. Some of the homes feature private docks along the picturesque Shem Creek.
Located between Wando Creek and Darrell Creek, the Mount Pleasant community of Darrell Creek is known for its natural beauty and easy access to shopping and entertainment. Beaches, golf courses and upscale dining are just a few of the other nearby amenities available to residents of the waterfront community. Homes within the Darrell Creek community offer ample opportunities to enjoy wildlife at its best. Many of the homes are located on spacious waterfront lots with deep water access and docks. Ponds and wetlands can be found in the yards of many of the properties. The surrounding palmettos, pines and oaks, provide the perfect backdrop for wildlife. Many of the beautifully landscaped homes also feature four or five bedrooms with sizes ranging from 3,800 to 5,200 square feet.