A waterfront neighborhood, The Old Village is one of the area’s most coveted neighborhoods for families, retirees and young professionals. What sets the Old Village apart from newer neighborhoods in the area is that the Old Village is just that – a true neighborhood. With a Commitment to keep its history pulsing through the streets, this community is not a gated subdivision that offers high-priced amenities. Instead, it is a neighborhood featuring historic, updated homes that border community parks, gathering spaces, shops and churches from the old world of days gone by.
Bound by Shem Creek and Simmons Street, Cove Inlet and the Harbor, The Old Village is *coastal neighborhood *that exemplifies life in the Lowcountry. Situated in one of the best locations of the Charleston area, the coveted Old Village not only *sits in the heart of Mt. Pleasant*, but boasts convenience to the Lowcountry’s beautiful beaches and historic, downtown Charleston. Located on the eastern side of the Charleston Harbor, residents can fall back in time, watching the daily ships go by – away from the hustle and bustle of the city – but are just minutes from downtown Charleston and beaches. From your front door, you can *walk to Mt. Pleasant’s Shem Creek* and its riverfront restaurants, shopping and more.
Because The Old Village is not a private community or a gated subdivision, its amenities are open for public use and there is no HOA fee. Popular neighborhood spots include: Alahambra Hall, a highly desired venue for weddings, reunions and parties; the Pitt Street Pharmacy, a drug store/diner that maintains old-world charm; and the Pitt Street Bridge, which serves as a wonderful 3 mile (there and back) walking and running path.
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