One of those Lowcountry Sunsets in the Old Village

There are many great spots on the Charleston Coast to catch amazing sunsets.  Those of us who call Charleston home are lucky enough to be able to experience them.  There are spots where I have watched and photographed many of the years, but it’s always nice to explore and find different and new locations.  I recently moved to the Coleman Blvd. side of Mt. Pleasant which has given me opportunities to do just that in my own back yard (well kind of 🙂 ).   Yesterday evening I decided to check out Alhambra Hall located in the Old Village section of Mt. Pleasant.  I arrived just on time as the sun began to set and the cloud formation above made it just perfect.  I captured several images I really like but thought I would share the one below….

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Moving to Mt. Pleasant and like what you see?  So do I, but prices in this part of town aren’t cheap.  Old Village is considered to be on of if not the most desirable areas of Mt. Pleasant.  In the Old Village you will find lots of history with classic Southern Living homes, parks,  boutique stores, and drug store, and the sorta famous shops of Pitt St.

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Pitt St. in Old Village

Single family vary in pricing and typically start just under $500k for a small ranch home (most likely needs some work) to upwards of $5 million for the home on the water.  That doesn’t mean you must have $5 million to find something nice,  but if you are moving to town with the kids and want what you would probably consider your family residence, you will likely need to be in the million dollar home club to find what you want.

Curious as to whats for sale.  Click on the link here for the current list of homes available.

 

 

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