Tucked away in an area known as “Old Mount Pleasant,” the quaint waterfront community of Old Village lives up to its name: it is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. As such, the community is known for its picturesque appearance and its quaint atmosphere. These characteristics are further exemplified by the community’s old-fashioned drugstore featuring a classic soda fountain, the restaurant with a bed-and-breakfast and the lovely gift emporium and florist. While the community may not have resort-like amenities, it is a true neighborhood featuring plenty of gathering space, shops, churches and neighborhood parks resting on the outskirts. Due to the community’s idyllic location in the heart of Mount Pleasant, it also provides residents with easy access to downtown Charleston and the city’s many beaches. Despite its historic charm, homes within the community include modern amenities. While residents are committed to keeping the neighborhood’s history alive, they are also passionate about equipping their homes with the most modern features. Most of the homes are quite spacious, with many boasting four or more bedrooms.