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Olde Park: Refined Lowcountry Living

By June 26, 2013 February 19th, 2018 Featured Neighborhoods

Olde Park Neighborhood

Olde Park Neighborhood Map

If you have  been considering a move to Mount Pleasant, or if you’re looking for a change from your current East Cooper address, consider the Olde Park Neighborhood. Located on Mathis Ferry Road just down from I’on and Hobcaw Creek Plantation, this community is nestled conveniently in the middle of Mount Pleasant with easy access to local beaches, shopping and downtown Charleston.

Olde Park Neighborhood Entrance

Like next door neighbor I’on, Olde Park prides itself on having a cohesive design that runs throughout the architecture and landscaping. An emphasis is put on classical Georgia architecture, and all new construction must be approved by the Architectural Review Board and should follow the Olde Park design guidelines. The end result is a beautiful, well-organized neighborhood with sidewalks, mature live oaks and ponds. The homes in this neighborhood begin around 2,500 square feet and top out around 7,000 square feet, so there is something for families of all shapes and sizes.

Olde Park Neighborhood

One element of Olde Park that separates it from I’on is the emphasis on large, tree-lined lots. Where the lots of I’on have purposefully been placed close together as a way to foster community, the designers of Olde Park wanted to provide their residents with more privacy and
green space.

While Olde Park does not have a tennis court, pool or boat dock, residents do have access to amenities through the I’on neighborhood. The two neighborhoods are linked, so residents do not have to leave Olde Park to enjoy the perks of membership at the I’on Club, including three pools, a tennis club, game nights, and kids activities. The I’on also extends a separate annual membership to the residents of Olde Park for usage of their boat ramp, located on Hobcaw Creek and allowing direct access to the Cooper River and the Charleston Harbor (located only one mile from the I’on boat ramp).

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