Renaissance on Charleston Harbor Condos in Mt. Pleasant, SC
About the Renaissance on Charleston Harbor
Erected in 2002, the Renaissance on Charleston Harbor offers breathtaking views of the Charleston Peninsula from floor-to-ceiling windows. This complex consists of two eight-story buildings each containing 50 luxurious condominiums. With ten floor plans available, customized options include: plush carpeting or marble floors, gas-log fireplaces and state-of-the-art appliances from three major suppliers. Condos feature 2-3 bedrooms with connecting or private hygienic facilities. Penthouse suites feature 11-foot ceilings, 3 private bed/bathrooms and panoramic views from private balconies. Other amenities include a 24/7 surveillance parking area and individual resident storage facilities. For added convenience, four guest suites situated on the ground floor provide accommodations for residential guests.
The Renaissance complex affords residents the opportunity to participate in wellness center activities including a saltwater swimming pool as well as a therapeutic center specially designed for cardiac and rehabilitative exercise. These amenities are accessible from any level via 12 elevators. The neighborhood is only minutes away from downtown Charleston, the marina, and the golf course.
Things To Do And See In Mt. Pleasant, S.C.
Situated adjacent to the Renaissance, Points Park provides a challenging 18-hole golf course with lessons and tips available from PGA sanctioned instructors. In addition to after-dark-illuminated driving and putting practice ranges, golfing at Points Park affords the unique experience of playing beside the sea.
For history buffs and military enthusiasts, the Mt. Pleasant Maritime Museum functions as the permanent port-of-call for three decommissioned vessels including the aircraft carrier, USS Yorktown, the USS Laffey, destroyer, and the WW II Clamagore submarine. Mt. Pleasant Maritime Museum is also headquarters for the Congressional Medal of Honor Society and home to a Vietnam base replication.
For Renaissance on Charleston Harbor residents and their guests, one visit is not enough to learn all about Mt. Pleasant resident, Charles Pinckney, who went on to become one of the youngest signers of the U.S. Constitution at age 29. Another Mt. Pleasant attraction definitely deserving of more than one visit is the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge whose newest residents include two endangered red wolf cubs.
Festivals Not To Be Missed In Mt. Pleasant, S.C.
Residing at Renaissance on Charleston Harbor affords the opportunity to enjoy a host of annual festival events beginning with The Blessing of the Fleet & Seafood Festival in late April. This gala event features a week of celebrations and activities focused on shrimp and shrimping. In its new home in the Ravenel Bridge area, this annual event draws in excess of 12,000 visitors who delight in participating in shag dancing competitions and watching shrimp preparation demonstrations.
June is the month for the annual Sweetgrass Cultural Arts Festival honoring the Gullah tribe of African who were imported to the area to provide slave labor on the waterfront and on plantations. Activities include demonstrations of basket crafting from sweetgrass reeds and skits, folktales and historical accounts of their life and culture.