Making Its Mark on Carolina Park: David Weekley Homes

The year 1997 marked the beginning of a successful relationship between the South Carolina Lowcountry and David Weekley Homes. Since the beginning, the national builder has helped create the beautiful landscape of Daniel Island and is now building quality homes in Carolina Park in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. David Weekley Homes has made … [Read more...]

Charleston National, Mount Pleasant, SC

These days, the term "HYBRID" is most closely associated with automobiles powered by both a gasoline engine and an electric motor. To golfers in the Lowcountry, the term can easily be applied to Charleston National, a challenging 18-hole layout by renowned golf course architect Rees Jones. Mount Pleasant's Charleston National combines the … [Read more...]

Brickyard Plantation in Mount Pleasant

History Hangs Over The Lowcountry like Spanish moss on heavy oak limbs, so perhaps it is not surprising to learn that Brickyard Plantation in Mount Pleasant has an interesting past. Built on the site of a working brick plantation, it has evolved into a stunning community of neighborhoods. By the time construction began, only a few ruins remained … [Read more...]

I’On, Mount Pleasant, SC

It is an idyllic place to live. I'On, a small village nestled just off Mathis Ferry road in Mount Pleasant, was designed to foster neighborliness and a real sense of community. Homes are built in the style of old Charleston and accented with porches where friends congregate to enjoy pleasant breezes and catch up on neighborhood news. I'On is … [Read more...]

Hamlin Plantation subdivision, Mount Pleasant, SC

Looking from the outside in, defining Hamlin Plantation can be a difficult task. Is it a collection of four – soon to be five – separate but connected neighborhoods surrounded by one of the fastest-growing cities in South Carolina, or is it a peaceful retreat, insulated from booming Mount Pleasant and far from the fuss and flutter of the … [Read more...]

Hobcaw Creek Plantation: Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

Centuries ago, Native Americans roamed the forests in the area known to today’s Mount Pleasant residents as Long Point. Later, large plantations were built near the Wando River and its tributaries, including Long Point, Snee Farm and Boone Hall, which continues to be a working plantation even in the 21st century. Most traces of those graceful … [Read more...]

Hibben in Belle Hall, Mount Pleasant, SC

It is one of the most charming neighborhoods in Mount Pleasant. Tucked away inside Belle Hall Plantation, Hibben is a delightful blend of houses built in the Charleston style set along sidewalks that invite you to go for a relaxing stroll or a long, invigorating run. Picket fences are a common sight, and there are bits of green space sprinkled … [Read more...]

Belle Hall Plantation, Mount Pleasant

Belle Hall Plantation is one of the most inviting neighborhoods East of the Cooper River in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. “The great potential of Belle Hall is its diversity of homes,” explains Ann Marconi, broker/co-owner of Exit Realty Charleston Group. “There are different neighborhoods within the community, each with their own … [Read more...]