Beneath a canopy of oak trees lies Old Mount Pleasant, an architecturally diverse neighborhood located off Mount Pleasant’s Coleman Boulevard. Construction in this area first began in the 1950’s and has continued ever since to form this captivating community. Within walking distance from many spots in the neighborhood is Shem Creek, a southern hotspot for food, boating, fishing, and more. Houses in this area are mostly single family homes and typically have three or more bedrooms with large yards. In addition, many of these homes are ranch-style houses and often feature large porches, spacious lots, and beautiful landscaping. Since the average number of rooms per house in this subdivision is three, many empty-nesters, retirees, and single families are attracted to this area. Also, due to its proximity to the recently renovated Mount Pleasant Academy and Moultrie Middle School, families with young children are pleased to be zoned for Charleston County School District’s top schools. Old Mount Pleasant is known for having both newly renovated houses and distinguished, brick ranch- style homes side by side, creating a textured and non-cookiecutter facade. Because of the many different house styles in the area, Old Mount Pleasant is an ideal location for anyone looking in the Charleston area.