Mount Pleasant Real Estate

Just an arm stretch away from downtown Charleston, Mount Pleasant is a suburban utopia surrounded on three sides by rivers, waterways, tidal creeks, and harbor estuaries.Named an “All American City” by the National Civic League in 2010, Mount Pleasant is continuously growing with nearly 70,000 residents, nationally-ranked schools, competitive sports leagues, rare restaurants, and -- of course -- a history intrinsically sewn to Charleston’s colonial birth. Similar to Charleston’s genial relationship and economic reciprocity with the Kiawah Indians, the first European settlers (1680) established relationships with the Wando and Seewee (Sewel) Indians, who occupied the East Cooper region in the early 1700s. Sadly, diseases such as Smallpox, Influenza and the Bubonic Plague killed most of the coastal Native Americans. As a homage to their land and heritage, many streets, businesses, neighborhoods, and schools reflect the Native Americans’ presence. Through grounded institutions like Wando High School, established neighborhoods like Wakendaw Lakes, and scenic waterways like Shem (Shemee) Creek, the culture and sacrifice of the Wando and Seewee Indians will not be forgotten. Read More

Market Snapshot

Total Listings: 167
Average Price: $975,555
Highest Price: $5,000,000
Lowest Price: $208,900

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167 Properties Found. Showing Page 1 of 17

1954 Sandy Point Lane

Mount Pleasant, Sc 29466

$5,000,000

  • 6 Beds
  • 6 Full Baths
  • 2 Half Baths
  • 7,199 SqFt

Situated On Its Own Private Island In Rivertowne On The Wando, This Sprawling Custom Home Has Deep Water Access On The Wando With An Amazing Dock And Boat Lift. This Home Is The Perfect Marriage O...

734 Pitt Street

Mount Pleasant, Sc 29464

$4,250,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 3,822 SqFt

Just Minutes From Historic Downtown Charleston And Sullivan's Island, In The Charming Old Village Of Mount Pleasant, Lies 734 Pitt Street, A Sophisticated, Contemporary Residence, Envisioned And B...

Photo of 1913 Mooring Line Drive, Mount Pleasant SC

1913 Mooring Line Drive

Mount Pleasant, Sc 29466

$3,950,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 5 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 5,500 SqFt

Private Waterfront Living On The Scenic Wando River. This Deepwater Estate In The Harbor Section Of Dunes West Is Being Offered For Sale By The Original Owner. This Custom-built Home Boasts 4 Bedr...

114 Sea Dog Circle

Mount Pleasant, Sc 29464

$3,884,950

  • 6 Beds
  • 5 Full Baths
  • 4,857 SqFt

Welcome To 114 Sea Dog In Beautiful Olde Park. Olde Park Is A Well Appointed Neighborhood Just Off Of Scenic Mathis Ferry Road. Designed By 2021 Prism Award Winning, Published Builder K C Wood Cus...

1110 Chuck Dawley Boulevard

Mount Pleasant, Sc 29464

$3,625,000

  • 5 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • 3,284 SqFt

Southern Charm Meets Coastal Farmhouse In This Breathtaking, Tucked-away, Family Estate Including A Gorgeous, 5-bedroom, Colonial Home Located In The Heart Of Old Mount Pleasant. This Is Your Opp...

1870 Peaceful Way

Mount Pleasant, Sc 29464

$3,500,000

  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 5,066 SqFt

Coastal Elegance Meets Boater's Paradise In This Exceptionally Unique Deepwater Family Estate! Quietly Settled On The Banks Of Boone Hall Creek, This Newly Renovated 5 Bedroom, 4.5 Bath Home Is Ne...

4 William Street

Mount Pleasant, Sc 29464

$2,995,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 3,421 SqFt

Exciting, New Construction Of This Heather Wilson Designed Home In The Heart Of The Historic Old Village. Located Just Around The Corner From The Pitt Street Bridge, Near Alhambra Park, And A Shor...

762 Bulls Bay Boulevard

Mount Pleasant, Sc 29429

$2,850,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 5 Full Baths
  • 5,544 SqFt

Stunning Custom Waterfront Estate Home With Panoramic Water Views And Acreage Located In An Exclusive Gated Golf Community With Club Facilities. This Property Offers A True Country Lifestyle Wit...

363 Cooper River Drive

Mount Pleasant, Sc 29464

$2,750,000

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 2,083 SqFt

Unparalleled Luxury Waterfront Living At The Coveted Tides Condominiums In A 6th Floor Penthouse! Beautiful Views Of The Cooper And Wando Rivers As They Meet The Charleston Harbor And The Infamous...

19 Eastlake Road

Mount Pleasant, Sc 29464

$2,600,000

  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 4,200 SqFt

Welcome To 19 Eastlake. Influenced By Key West And Named The Palmetto House, This Is A Traditional Lowcountry Home With An Overabundance Of Ingenuity And Craftsmanship. Sitting On The Lake In I'on...


In 1680, Captain Florentia O’Sullivan was granted the land area now known as Sullivan’s Island and the Old Village of Mt. Pleasant. Settlers fended off French and Spanish attacks and became prosperous through shipbuilding business, mechanical rice cultivation, and agricultural farming. During the Revolutionary War, British troops tried to capture Charleston in 1776, but under the leadership of Colonel William Moultrie, the patriots were able to stop the British troops, thus re-energizing America’s spirit. After this significant victory, the fort became rightfully known as Fort Moultrie and is one of the oldest standing forts in our nation. Built out of palmetto logs, the fort was used in subsequent wars.

Not only was Mt. Pleasant a focal point during the Revolutionary War, but it was also a battleground during the Civil War. The first shots fired to initiate the war came from Citadel cadets at Fort Sumter. Confederate soldiers occupied the fort and, during this time, Mt. Pleasant held secret training for the Confederate submarine, the CSS H.L. Hunley, a vessel that sunk after deployment from Breach Inlet. Mt. Pleasant and Charleston surrendered to Union troops on February 26, 1865. Years later, Fort Sumter was also used during the Spanish-American War, World War I, and World War II. Today, visitors can can tour both the restored fort and resurrected submarine, H.L. Hunley. As folks moved back to Mt. Pleasant after the Civil War, the town experienced steady and sustainable growth. The past few decades Mt. Pleasant has become the premier place to live in Charleston County. The strong sense of community, close proximity to the beaches on Sullivan’s Island and Isle of Palms, and its Blue Ribbon schools make it an ideal choice for families, retirees, and young adults.

Furthermore, Mt. Pleasant has a wide array of amenities, entertainment venues, and shopping establishments. Apart from its historical landmarks such as Alhambra Hall, Ft. Moultrie, Charles Pinckney House, and Boone Hall Plantation, children enjoy roaming progressive parks like Memorial Waterfront Park and jumping at Sky Zone, an indoor trampoline complex. Other recreational activities include paddle boarding down Shem Creek; fishing off the Mt. Pleasant Pier; biking trails in the Francis Marion Forest; golfing at Charleston National, Patriot’s Point, Snee Farm, or Dunes West; playing tennis in a casual club or competitive USTA league; enjoying nature at Palmetto State Park; driving race cars at Charleston Fun Park; and participating in recreational league sports such as flag football, soccer, baseball and basketball. Mt. Pleasant is well known for its athletic aptitude and the town is proud to produce numerous state championships. Though the town does not have an indoor mall, it does have numerous outdoor shopping complexes with anchor chain stores like Belk, Stein Mart, Walmart and Hobby Lobby, and southern boutiques such as Teal, Carolina Girls, Blush, and Coastal Cupboard. These include Belle Hall Shopping Center on Long Point Road, Town Center on Highway 17, Wando Crossing, and The Market at Oakland in North Mt. Pleasant. Additionally, many large neighborhoods have their own shopping plaza as well, allowing residents to walk, bike, or take their golf cart to the grocery store, bakery, bagel shop, or nail salon. These commercial complexes are found at Seaside Farms, I’on, Park West, Carolina Park, Rivertowne, and Charleston National.

Residents of Mt. Pleasant need not cross the Ravenel Bridge to find delicious diners and trendy bars. With more than 150 restaurants (and growing) in town, families are certain to appease their appetite at local favorites like Tavern and Table, The Red Drum, Graze, Page’s Okra Grill, and Melvin’s BBQ to name a few. After dinner, adults continue to mix and mingle at traditional and hip bars like The Crafty Draught, Locals Bar, King Street Bar and Grille, and Art's Bar and Grill, an iconic - albeit unpretentious - pub where Darius Rucker recently popped in for Karaoke night.

From its rural suburban start to its present day popularity, Mt. Pleasant real estate is Charleston’s most active market. Homes for sale in Mt. Pleasant do not last long and because the town partners with smart growth efforts and conservation groups, limitations exist for new developments, both residential and commercial.

Map of Mount Pleasant, SC

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