This charming three bedroom ranch style home is located near the well known 'Old Village' of Mt. Pleasant. The surrounding live oaks and pecan trees remind you that this area was once a large plantation in the 1700's. We are centrally located between the historic downtown Charleston and the equally historic beach, Sullivan's Island.
Our home was completely remodeled. The entire house has been newly furnished, along with new mattresses and bedding. We have three beautifully designed bedrooms. The master bedroom has a queen size bed and a full bathroom.
There are large closets in each bedroom with plenty of storage space for clothing and bags. The second bedroom has a queen size bed as well, and the last bedroom has a queen and a twin bed. There is another full size bathroom for privacy among guest. This bathroom has been remodeled with granite counter tops.
The open floor plan allows you to move freely throughout the kitchen, living area and dining area. Hardwood floors flow throughout the entire house. The kitchen has new stainless steel appliances along with beautiful black granite counter tops. When you want to settle in for a comfortable evening after a fun filled day, there is an old Charleston brick fireplace filled with burning candles to create a relaxed setting.The large back deck is equipped with a charcoal grill, patio table and chairs for evenings outdoors. There is an attached two space carport that includes the laundry room with washer and dryer. We also provide bicycles for you to ride.
The Old Village is a very quaint southern area with large oak trees that tower over old southern homes dating back to the 1800's. When you pass by you feel as if you've gone back in time to centuries long ago. Alhambra Hall is only a mile from the house. There you can have a picnic on the large grassy area that over looks the Charleston Harbor. There is also a very big playground with plenty of oak trees for shade. Just down the road you will also find the Old Pitt Street trolley bridge. There you can fish, go crabbing, have a picnic and watch the sunset over beautiful downtown Charleston. Sullivan's Island beach and restaurants are only two miles away. There is a bike path that leads over the new Ben Sawyer swing bridge. Shem Creek which is only minutes away provides you with great restaurants right on the water. Have dinner while you watch the shrimp boats come in with there daily catch. Local seafood markets are on each side of the creek. You can also rent kayaks and get amongst the dolphin and pelicans that wait for their daily dinner from the local shrimp boats. Whatever you choose to do in the area, I am positive you will enjoy your stay and be coming back time and time again.
We hope to accommodate you and make your stay here in the 'Lowcountry' comfortable, memorable and affordable.