Situated in one of the Lowcountry’s most beautiful and secluded locations at the very edge of the Wando River, Mount Pleasant’s Etiwan Pointe feels far away from the hustle and bustle of city life but is just minutes from the beaches. And Etiwan Pointe’s close proximity to I-526 just adds to the convenience, providing easy access to the entire tri-county area.
There are 84 luxurious town homes in Mount Pleasant SC‘s Etiwan Pointe, many offering spectacular views of the Wando. With no through traffic and no nearby development, this neighborhood is ideally suited for those seeking a peaceful haven. Etiwan’s homes, all built in the style of old Charleston, are spacious and inviting and range in size from 1,650 to 1,900 square feet. Five different floor plans – including two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath and three-bedroom, three-bath designs – provide plenty of versatility for home buyers, according to Stephen Carroll, a real estate agent with Blanchard and Calhoun, the company that is marketing Etiwan Pointe.
The exteriors of the homes are brick and HardiePlank, and the first level of each is an oversized, two-garage with plenty of storage space.
Inside, there has been plenty of attention to detail, with oversized baseboards and moldings, hardwood floors, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, including the refrigerator. Other extras include walk-in closets and soaking tubs. A fireplace is an option for those who enjoy crackling fires on chilly nights.
The amenities are similar to those more often found in larger communities and include a club-sized pool with a lap lane and a pool house complete with full baths and a changing room. Residents have the use of a fitness center, the clubhouse, banquet room, a large lawn for community gatherings and a community dock.
Perhaps the most important amenity, however, is the natural beauty that surrounds Etiwan Pointe. Not only are there lovely river, lagoon and marsh views from the town homes, but there also are trails that invite you to come outside and experience the wonder of nature.
The homes are beautiful and well-built in a quiet and convenient location with tantalizing scenery and views.
But the best part is the price, with townhomes ranging from $195,000 to $275,000.