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Mount Pleasant


Nestled on the shores of the Atlantic, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, beckons with a lifestyle that seamlessly combines coastal charm and modern convenience.


One of its standout features is the proximity to pristine beaches, where residents can effortlessly escape to the sun-soaked shores of Sullivan’s Island or the serene expanses of Isle of Palms.


Picture waking up to the sound of gentle waves and spending weekends basking in the sun-kissed ambiance, creating a coastal haven just minutes from your doorstep.

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Why Mount Pleasant is loved by many

Beyond the allure of the beaches, Mount Pleasant offers a delightful shopping experience that caters to both the discerning shopper and the casual browser. The Towne Centre, a bustling outdoor shopping destination, boasts an array of upscale boutiques, trendy shops, and diverse dining options. Residents find themselves spoiled for choice as they explore the inviting streets, discovering everything from fashion-forward apparel to artisanal crafts.

For those who crave the energy of city life, Mount Pleasant‘s strategic location provides easy access to the vibrant heartbeat of downtown Charleston. A short drive over the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge connects residents to the historic charm and cultural richness of Charleston’s downtown district. This allows for the best of both worlds – the tranquil retreat of Mount Pleasant and the dynamic allure of the nearby city.

The lifestyle in Mount Pleasant is characterized by a sense of community and a dedication to preserving the area’s natural beauty. Parks and green spaces dot the landscape, offering picturesque settings for family outings, picnics, and leisurely strolls. With a commitment to maintaining a high quality of life, the town combines modern amenities with the warmth of Southern hospitality, creating an environment that feels both welcoming and sophisticated.

In Mount Pleasant, the phrase “home by the sea” takes on a new meaning as residents savor the coastal breezes, indulge in local cuisine, and embrace a lifestyle that embodies the best of Lowcountry living. From the sunsets over the harbor to the friendly faces that populate the community, Mount Pleasant invites you to experience a life where the beauty of the coast meets the convenience of modern living, creating a truly inviting and enriching place to call home.


Best place to eat in Mount Pleasant

Coastal Crust

Enjoying a quality meal with family and friends has been the frame work of our business. We pride ourselves on delivering an unforgettable experience, whether that be on sight at any of our locations, or by bringing our vintage mobile eatery to you for your upcoming private event or wedding. We believe in sourcing local ingredients whenever possible, supporting local breweries, and perfecting our craft by hiring talented and passionate culinary professionals who want to be a bigger part of what we do; making all feel welcome and wanting to come back for more while indulging in our cuisine in an elevated, family-friendly atmosphere.

Langdon’s Restaurant and Wine Bar

Langdon’s is a classic fine dining restaurant that fuses Lowcountry and global flavors and warm hospitality in a refined, contemporary setting. As Mt. Pleasant’s only AAA Four Diamond restaurant, we put the greatest emphasis on execution, attention to detail, and consistency in creating top-notch food. Under the leadership of Chef/Owner Patrick Owens, Langdon’s continues to be a neighborhood favorite since opening in 2003.

Tierra Al Mar

Chef Patrick Owens’ latest creation to land is Tierra al Mar. Settle in for a dining experience that offers Chef Owens’ distinctive twist on Latin American-inspired cuisine with the focus on fresh and flavorful Latin American ingredients, while still celebrating the Lowcountry bounty. Local seafood and seasonal produce will once again play a starring role on the menu that will change to reflect products in season.


When creating the new Latin American-inspired culinary concept, Chef Owens drew inspiration and flavors from his travels. For months now, Chef Owens has been keeping busy with creating unique sauces and smoked meats. Tierra al Mar’s elevated Latin American-inspired cuisine highlights a combination of multicultural bold, yet refined flavors, and exceptional, high-quality ingredients sourced from Mexico.


The menu features an assortment of inventive tacos, seasonal vegetables, and a large selection of local seafood dishes as well as assorted smoked meats, proteins, and unique sauces. The full bar offers a large array of mezcal, tequilas, beer, and wine.

Best things to do in Mount Pleasant

Boone Hall Plantation


Boone Hall Plantation was founded in 1681 when Englishman Major John Boone came to Charleston and established a lucrative plantation and gracious home on the banks of Wampacheone Creek. The family and descendants of Major Boone were influential in the history of South Carolina, the colonies and the nation. In 1743, the son of Major John Boone planted live oak trees, arranging them in two evenly spaced rows. This spectacular approach to his home symbolizes southern heritage and will take root in your memory for many years to come. It would take two centuries for the massive, moss-draped branches to meet overhead, forming today’s natural corridor and a scene that NBC Daytime television says is “a must see stop on any trip to Charleston, S.C.” Boone Hall has also been recognized as the #1 Plantation in the Charleston Area by USA TODAY 10BEST.

Patriot’s Point

Patriots Point Development Authority was established in the 1970s to develop a naval & maritime museum on Charleston Harbor with the World War II aircraft carrier, USS YORKTOWN as its centerpiece. It’s also home to the Patriots Point Museum and a fleet of National Historic Landmark ships, the Cold War Memorial and the only Vietnam Experience Exhibit in the U.S., the Congressional Medal of Honor Society, and the agency’s official Medal of Honor Museum.


Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum serves as a national destination of excellence for the preservation and education of current and future generations about America’s history, traditions and values.


Since opening in 1976, Patriots Point has become one of the state’s most popular tourist attractions with more than 300,000 visitors each year. The YORKTOWN boasts one of the largest education and overnight camping programs in the nation, with more than 40,000 school age children attending these programs each year.

Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park

Called the crown jewel of Mount Pleasant, Memorial Waterfront Park offers more than just your average park. Located under the grand entryway to the town, at the base of the Ravenel Bridge, this park has plenty of lawn for enjoying family picnics, a nautical-themed playground modeled after the bridge that provides it shade and the boats that pass by in the harbor, and soft-serve ice cream from the River Watch Cafe. The cafe offers beautiful views of Charleston Harbor and a 1,250-foot-long pier where you can sit and swing a while.

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