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Etiwan Pointe, Mount Pleasant Town Homes

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.

The Battery at Park West, Mount Pleasant

The Battery at Park West in Mount Pleasant is a new gated condominium community that literally has something to offer for every lifestyle. Idyllically nestled on a gorgeous 30-acre wooded site, it is common to see a hawk casually performing an aerial ballet against a pristine blue sky or a group of turtles sunning beside one of the many picturesque landscape ponds.

Developed by The Wrenn Group, the inspiration for The Battery comes from visionary Chairman and CEO Ray Wrenn, who longed to create “an intimate walkable community that is suited to accommodate the many divergent lifestyles our residents lead.”

As you enter the community’s striking clubhouse, the sun streams through the cathedral ceiling’s oversized windows. A fitness room, game tables, refreshment bar and magnificent media room help make the clubhouse the social center of The Battery.

Around the cleverly designed pool, which is reminiscent of a jigsaw puzzle, is a popular outdoor grilling station. There is plenty of cement skirting around the pool for sunbathers and beautiful landscaping, and a stunning fountain provides soothing sounds to those seeking respite from a hectic day.

Offered in one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans, each unit is built with attention to quality and detail that is second to none. If you search for homes in Mount Pleasant you may find The Battery at Park West is suited to your lifestyle.

“I wanted to provide a community that is absolutely first-rate and that any owner can be proud of,” Wrenn says. “We have used premium materials and our buildings even offer elevators. We are also extremely proud of the custom fittings, top-brand appliances, crown molding, hardwood floors and heavy amenities we offer at The Battery.”

On-site realtor Kerri Mahoney points out that “as you can see, our homes all have screened-in porches, which is such a part of Lowcountry life. One great thing about the Battery is that the owners can use gas barbecues without leaving the comfort of their homes.”

Wrenn says the main reason he chose this area to develop The Battery was its “location inside Park West and all the shopping, amenities and services it offers. Plus, we are just a few miles from downtown Charleston, Towne Centre, the beaches and the rest of Mount Pleasant.”

Several of the other amenities offered at The Battery include Aunt Bea’s Garden, where residents with – and without – green thumbs are encouraged to enjoy the fun of gardening; the Bark and Bubbles pet cleaning area; and Wrenn’s favorite, the Oyster Pavilion, which features a large outdoor grill.

Tides on Charleston Harbor, Mount Pleasant, SC

Two years after the gleaming new Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge opened for business, carrying vehicles, walkers and bicyclers between Charleston and Mount Pleasant, the massive structure began casting its considerable shadow across the area’s most impressive condominium complex.

In the summer of 2007, residents began moving into the first of three six-story buildings that make up Tides on Charleston Harbor, which was built to blend seamlessly with the contemporary lines of the nearby bridge while at the same time adhering to Charleston’s time-honored architectural standards. As the end of the year neared, Building Two residents prepared for their much-anticipated move to their new home. It would have been difficult to find a more suitable spot for the most expensive condo complex ever constructed in the Charleston area.

Tides, located at the base of the bridge in Mount Pleasant, offers magnificent views of the Wando and Cooper Rivers and Charleston Harbor. It’s within easy driving distance of the beaches at Sullivan’s Island and the Isle of Palms and of downtown Charleston. You can even walk or pedal to the heart of the Holy City; a trail leads from the complex to the bike lane of the bridge.

Other pluses include a waterfront park, which will be built next door by the city of Mount Pleasant and include a 1,250-foot fishing pier, and the Tides Club and Fitness Center, which offers cutting-edge exercise equipment, a sauna, a steam and massage room, a therapeutic whirlpool and a juice bar. A curvilinear pool, patterned after those at Caribbean resorts, features a sloping beach entry.

The most impressive thing about Tides, though, is its rock-solid construction, according to Peggy Trenker and Kitti Mullins, brokers with Properties of the Carolinas. “They were built like no other condominiums in the Charleston area,” Peggy comments, pointing out that soundproofing was attained through the use of eight-inch concrete floors, suspended ceilings and dual wall systems. She says the buildings were constructed to withstand both wind and moisture with an architectural cast-stone exterior and curtain-wall system. In addition, impact glass and a support system consisting of more than 750 concrete pilings buried more than 60 feet in the ground provide the basis for top-of-the-line Lowcountry construction.

Kitti points out that the entire complex will be ready for occupancy by spring 2008 and that units are still available for sale in all three buildings. Condominiums ranging in size from 1,240 square feet to 3,775 square feet are selling from the $650,000s to more than $3.5 million. Some buyers have purchased more than one unit, combining them to create homes of nearly 4,500 square feet. “Tides is almost like an oasis,” Peggy comments. “It has 80 acres of marsh front owned by the homeowners association, a magnificent amenities center, stunning architecture, luxurious appointments and incredible views.”

The Retreat at Charleston National, Mount Pleasant, SC

In the beautiful Charleston National Country Club, “As you like it” refers to more than a Shakespearean play. At The Retreat, a community of 130 custom town homes, it means you design your living space to suit your personality and needs.

Just a 20-minute drive from historic downtown Charleston and 10 minutes from the pristine beaches of Isle of Palms, the Retreat excels both in flexibility of design and location.

“The homes are being built by one of Charleston’s premier custom home builders, and they’re not intimidated by floor plan variations or special requests,” says Becky Morrissey, marketing representative for The Retreat. “The maintenance-free lifestyle at The Retreat appeals to those looking to simplify their lives to allow more time for travel and leisure and those looking for a second home in a resort community. Consequently, many of our owners have previously designed luxury single-family homes and are accustomed to fine interior appointments and options not typically found in town home communities.”

The Retreat offers flexible floor plans and nearly every conceivable optional feature and upgrade. Owners especially love the “as-you-like-it” area, which can be configured as a formal dining room, home office, third bedroom with full bath or something else entirely.

Additionally, a variety of optional features are available to further personalize the homes, including three-stop elevators, custom cabinetry, butler’s pantries, gas-log fireplaces, granite counter tops, hardwood floors and up to two 10 x19-foot sun rooms. The extensive list of standard features includes two-car garages, zoned fire suppression systems, expansive covered porches off the gathering room and master retreat, 9-foot smooth ceilings and soaking tubs.

“There are so many choices that no two town homes we’ve built are exactly the same,” Morrissey says.

The Nantucket-inspired exteriors feature large porches, elevating nature to center stage. Homes are located on the fifth and sixth fairways of the club’s Rees Jones-designed golf course or back up to wooded, saltwater marshes for the ultimate in privacy.

“Ownership in The Retreat represents a lifestyle choice,” says Morrissey.

The low monthly regime fee covers exterior maintenance and lawn care, which gives owners ample time to explore Charleston and the surrounding Lowcountry. At home, they enjoy swim and tennis club privileges, and golfers are granted preferred membership packages. The facilities include a clubhouse, driving range, pro shop and putting green. Membership in an on-site fitness center is also available, and nature trails and a 5.5-acre lake provide additional recreational opportunities.

The Retreat is just minutes from everything you need, but, when you are home, you’ll appreciate the serenity of owning your own personal retreat. Homes range from 1,600 to 2,220 square feet and start at $297,900.

Legends at Mount Pleasant, Mount Pleasant, SC

Located close to the beach community of the Isle of Palms and just minutes from Towne Centre, Mount Pleasant’s sprawling shopping area, is an exclusive gated condominium community, The Legends at Mount Pleasant.

Originally built as a Class-A apartment complex, the 200-unit development was completed in March 2001. The Legends, currently going through a gentle conversion, offers discriminating buyers a choice of spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom condominium units, some of them with connected garages.

Situated adjacent to the 18-hole Rees Jones–designed golf course at Charleston National Country Club and Golf Course, The Legends beckons to those who love the game. The Lowcountry offers golfers many excellent choices, but Charleston National, which backs up to the Intracoastal Waterway, remains a favorite.

Just four miles from Towne Centre, The Legends offers owners a convenient location from which to launch shopping, dining and beach excursions, yet provides a tranquil, intimate setting to return to when the day’s activities are done. The 13 two-story buildings are designed around courtyards featuring native oaks, dogwoods and magnolias, or picturesque ponds with fountains. Being surrounded by the beautifully landscaped grounds, as one resident states, “is like living in a garden.” Another important factor that distinguishes this development is that continuous ownership and attentive management by the original developer have produced excellent maintenance of the facilities and pristine grounds.

Other special amenities of The Legends, in addition to being a gated community, are an award-winning pool with a fountain, a lighted tennis court, a well-equipped fitness center and a car-care center. Just across the street at Park West is the Mount Pleasant Recreation Center, which features a host of playing fields, bike paths, walking trails and other outdoor activities. Three highly rated Mount Pleasant schools—Pinckney Elementary, Cario Middle School and Wando High School—are nearby. The Legends is also just minutes across the Cooper River from Charleston’s history, charm, cultural amenities and world-class shopping and dining amenities.

Its proximity to the beach also draws thousands of people to Mount Pleasant. The Legends, only 10 minutes from the Isle of Palms, offers the best of both worlds: It’s close to the ocean but also affordable. For approximately the same cost as a timeshare at a beach property, owners can enjoy their private home year-round. With prices ranging from $149,900 for a one-bedroom unit to $322,900 for a three-bedroom, two-bath condo with an attached garage, The Legends at Mt. Pleasant offers both quality and value. The seller is offering special financing incentives to make buyers’ dreams a reality, including a one-year home warranty.

Rennaissance on Charleston Harbor, Mt Pleasant, SC

A high-end condominium community that has for six years basked in the benefits of its premier waterfront location is enjoying a renaissance that portends a meteoric rise to the top levels of the Charleston-area real estate market.

Renaissance on Charleston Harbor has offered spectacular views since its two eight-story buildings rose into the South Carolina sky on the Mount Pleasant side of the Cooper River in 2002. Its residents can watch the sun set over Charleston Harbor as vessels large and small glide effortlessly between the busy port and the endless Atlantic Ocean. Their anoramic views include the timeless skyline of Charleston, the new Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, historic Fort Sumter and the USS Yorktown.

The location of Renaissance, within shouting distance of Patriots Point, is equally difficult to beat. Charleston is just a short drive away, as are the beaches at Sullivan’s Island and the Isle of Palms. You can also get to the Holy City by walking or biking across the nearby Ravenel Bridge. The area around Renaissance is expected to be developed sometime soon, offering an array of restaurants and shops within easy walking distance.

Despite the views and location, however, property values at Renaissance on Charleston Harbor didn’t rise appreciably until owners of many of the 100 units took matters into their own hands, upgrading their homes and investment properties with top-of-the-line amenities such as high-quality hardwood floors and bathroom fixtures that reach beyond the realm of the ordinary. By putting their own personal signature on their homes, they also added greatly to their value, according to Kathy Sweet, an agent with Carolina One Real Estate. Her interest in the condominium building is more than professional; she also lives there.

“It’s really a nice place now, and people who have upgraded are getting a good return on their investment,” she says.

Sweet points out that she recently sold a Renaissance unit for $3 million, well over twice its original price. She adds, however, that at around $328 per foot, Renaissance homes are still selling for less than other waterfront condos in the Charleston area.

Asking prices at Renaissance on Charleston Harbor, which offers six different floor plans from 2,044 square feet to 4,166 square feet, range from under $1 million to $4.289 million. According to Sweet, bargains are still available, especially among units that have not yet been upgraded.

“You can still put your personal touches on these units,” Sweet says. “This is a wonderful place to live. I feel blessed every day to be able to get up and look at downtown Charleston and the harbor. And there’s only so much waterfront property.”

Atlantic Game and Tackle, Charleston, SC

“We are one of the bigger suppliers in the country for offshore supplies and bait shipping,” said Jeremy Burnham, a partner in the business, which is located in Mount Pleasant.

Seasoned sportsmen and sportswomen will appreciate Atlantic Game and Tackle’s the-top-of-the-line products and knowledgeable associates.

“We know our sport, and we know what our customers want, which is why we offer only first-rate products at a fair price. We share our customers’ passion for sport and for quality sporting goods,” Burnham explained.

Atlantic Game and Tackle is the largest offshore fishing, hunting and archery outfitter within 60 miles of Charleston.

“We specialize in all offshore fishing, from the coastlines of North Carolina to Florida, and we ship to places like Costa Rica and Panama,” Burnham pointed out. “With South Carolina having a great fishing for dolphin, sailfish, blue marlin and grouper, we stay pretty busy with fishing supplies year-round.”

Shimano, Penn and Black Bart lures are just a small sampling of the large array of fishing supplies offered at Atlantic Game and Tackle.

With more than 20 years of experience rigging lures and equipping boats, the company offers custom lures and tackle made in-store, bait, terminal, rod and reel rigging and full boat rigging.

Specializing in saltwater tournament fishing, equipment and bait for charter fishing boats, Atlantic Game and Tackle will sell in bulk. And if, for instance, you remember at 3 a.m. that you forgot your bait, an associate will meet you at the store to provide everything you need to complete your fishing trip.

Atlantic Game and Tackle is more than a fishing supply store. Deer and duck hunting, two popular outdoor sports in the Lowcountry, are another of the company’s specialties.

“We sell everything you could possibly need for your hunting outings,” said Burnham. “We have weapons, ammunition, deer corn, stands, all types of cameras – including infrared and motion sensor – and archery supplies. We even have a 30-yard indoor archery range. We’re the only archery store for 35 miles.”

Atlantic Game and Tackle carries archery products from top manufactures such as Mathews, Hoyt and BowTech, and apparel from Under Armour, Drake Waterfowl and Avery. Pistol and rifle enthusiasts will be familiar with names such as Beretta, Benelli, Browning, Glock and Ruger; Atlantic Game and Tackle has these products and many others in its extensive inventory.

There is a simple reason why Atlantic Game and Tackle is the largest offshore, hunting and archery outfitter in the Lowcountry.

“We know the outdoors because we go outdoors,” said Burnham. “We are here to help beginners, and we welcome questions to help get you started on the right foot. Our caliber of products, knowledge and service is for the true sportsman or sportswoman who wants nothing but the best to enhance their sport.”

Atlantic Game and Tackle services sporting equipment in the Midlands, across the state of South Carolina and beyond.

“Everything we sell, we use ourselves,” said Burnham. “That’s why everything is top-of-the-line.”

If you are interested in offshore fishing, archery or hunting or you just want to see how big Atlantic Game and Tackle really is, find more information at or by calling (843) 881-6900. Atlantic Game and Tackle is located at 675-B Johnnie Dodds Blvd. in Mount Pleasant.

Important Phone Numbers for the East Cooper Area

Emergencies (Fire, Police) …………………911
Poison Control ………………….(800) 922-1117

Mount Pleasant ………………..884-0623
Isle of Palms …………………886-6155
Sullivan’s Island ……………..883-9944

Berkeley County ……………….723-3800
Charleston County ……………..202-6690
Dorchester County ………………832-0300

Berkeley County EMS ……………723-3800
Charleston County EMS ………….202-6700
Dorchester County EMS …………..832-0025

Mount Pleasant
Town Hall …………………….884-8517
Mayor’s Office ………………..849-6300
Administrative Services ………..884-8517
Treasurer’s Office …………….884-8517
Building Inspection ……………884-5184
Business License ………………849-2786
Water Works …………………..884-9626
Recreation Department ………….856-2174
Isle of Palms
Town Hall …………………….886-6428
Clerk of the Court …………….886-8946
Public Works ………………….886-8956
Recreation Department ………….886-8294
Sullivan’s Island
Town Hall …………………….883-3198
Maintenance Department …………883-3025
Sewer Department ………………883-3947
Water Department ……………….883-3947

Mount Pleasant ………………..884-8221
Isle of Palms …………………886-6536
Sullivan’s Island ………………883-3461

Berkeley County Library ……….723-3800
Charleston County Library ……..805-6930
Dorchester County Library ……..871-5075
Mount Pleasant Regional
Library – Mathis Ferry Road ……849-6161
Village Library –
430 Whilden St. ………………884-9741
Edgar Allan Poe Library – 1921
I’on Ave., Sullivan’s Island …..883-3914
Charleston County Library System –
68 Calhoun Street ………………805-6930

Berkeley Electric Co-Op ………..572-5454
Berkeley Water & Sanitation …….572-4400
Charleston-Public Works ………..202-7600
Dorchester County
Water & Sewer …………………832-0075
Edisto Electric Co-Op ………….(800) 433-3292
Mount Pleasant Water
Works & Sewer ………………….884-9626
N. Charleston Sewer District …….745-1026
County ………………………..572-4400
County ………………………..720-7111
County ………………………..832-0070
Santee Cooper ………………….761-8000
SC Electric & Gas ………………576-8000
Summerville Commissioners
of Public Works ………………..871-0810

AT & T Residential ……………….(888) 757-6500
Bell South Business ………………(866) 620-6000
ITC Deltacom …………………….576-3400
Knology …………………………225-6100
Kmc Telecom ……………………..308-6600
US LEC of SC …………………….414-1000

Comcast …………………….554-4100
Knology of Charleston ………..225-6100
Time Warner Cable ……………871-8710
US Cable ……………………559-2424

The Post & Courier …………..577-7111
Charleston Regional
Business Journal …………….849-3100
The City Paper ………………577-5304
Daniel Island News …………..345-1563
Moultrie News ……………….849-1778

ATF ………………………..763-3683
Dept. of Motor
Vehicles ……………………(800) 442-1368
Driver’s License and Vehicle
Registration – 180 Lockwood,
Charleston ………………….727-6477
Driver’s License and Vehicle
Registration -1189 Iron Bridge
Road, Mount Pleasant …………884-9760
Charleston County
Voter Registration …………..744-8683
FBI ………………………..722-0135
IRS – Tax questions
and problems ………………..(800) 829-1040
Social Security
Administration ………………(800) 772-1213
SC Highway
Patrol Dispatch ……………..953-6010
Administration ………………577-5011

Amtrak ……………………..(800) 872-7245
InternationalAirport …………767-1100
CARTA ………………………724-7420
East Cooper Taxi …………….554-8066
Greyhound Bus Line …………..(800) 231-2222
Yellow Cab ………………….577-6565

Berkeley County ……………..761-8238
Charleston Metro …………….577-2510
Charleston Area Convention
Center and Visitors Bureau ……853-8000
Greater Summerville /
Dorchester County ……………873-2931
Isle of Palms Visitors
Center ……………………..853-8000
Mount Pleasant Visitors
Center ……………………..853-8000
Historic Charleston
Foundation ………………….723-1623
The Charleston Museum ………..722-2996
The Confederate Museum ……….723-1541
Gibbes Museum of Art …………722-2706
Patriots Point Naval and
Maritime Museum ……………..884-2727

Area Code 843, except where noted. The information
in this directory is subject to change. Media Services cannot guarantee its accuracy.

Local Independent Schools

1639 Wallenberg Blvd. Charleston, SC 29407
Phone: (843) 571-1105 Fax: (843) 571-6116
Email:[email protected]
Grades: 1-8

1011 Old Cemetery Road McClellanville, SC 29458
Phone: (843) 887-3323
Grades: K-12

172 Rutledge Ave. Charleston, SC 29403
Phone: (843) 722-4088 Fax: (843) 720-2868
Email: [email protected]
Ages: 2-Kindergarten (Coed Early Education Center)
Grades: 1-12 (All Girls)

363 Seven Farms Dr. Charleston, SC 29492
Phone: (843) 849-9599, ext. 24 Fax: (843) 849-9221
Email: [email protected]
Grades: 9-12

7 St. Teresa Drive Charleston, SC 29407
Phone: (843) 766-2128 Fax: (843)766-2154
Email: [email protected]
Grades: PK-8


3790 Ashley Phosphate Road Charleston, SC 29418
Phone: (843) 760-2626 Fax: (843) 760-1197
Email: [email protected]
Grades: PK-12

56 Leinbach Dr. Charleston, SC 29407
Phone: (843) 571-1140 Fax: (843) 556-0493
Email: [email protected]
Ages: 12 months to 14 years

888 King St. Charleston, SC 29403
Phone: (843) 577-4495 or 577-4494 Fax: (843) 577-6662
Email: [email protected]
Grades: PK-8

2234 Plainview Road Charleston, SC 29414
Phone: (843) 556-4480
Email: [email protected]
Grades: K-8th

2024 Academy Dr. Johns Island, SC 29455
Phone: (843) 559-5506 Fax: (843) 559-6172
Email: [email protected]
Grades: K-12

15 Archdale St. Charleston, SC 29401
Phone: (843) 722-7791 Fax: (843) 720-2143
Grades: 1-8

1183 Russell Dr. Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone: (843) 884-4721 Fax: (843) 971-7850
Grades: PK-8

681 McCants Dr. Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone: (843) 884-3663 Fax: (843) 884-9608
E-mail: [email protected]
Grades PK-12

1104 Fort Drive Hanahan, SC 29406
Phone: (843) 553-1521 Fax: (843) 553-7109
Email: [email protected]
Grades: PK-8

234 Academy Road St. George, SC 29477
Phone: (843) 563-4764 Fax: (843) 563-4764
Email: [email protected]
Grades: PK-12

337 Farmington Road Summerville, SC 29483
Phone: (843) 873-8464 Fax: (843) 873-4288
Email: [email protected]
Grades: PK-12

48 Meeting St. Charleston, SC 29401
Phone: (843) 722-6646 Ext. 29 for Enrollment Office & Lower School Office Ext. 15 for High School Office Fax: (843) 720-2510
E-mail: [email protected]
Grades: K4-12


8310 Dorchester Rd. Charleston, SC 29418
Phone: (843) 552-4105/4135 Fax: (843) 552-0115
Grades: K2-12

15 Crosscreek Dr. Charleston, SC 29412
Phone: (843) 795-1762 Fax: (843) 762-1619
Email: [email protected]
Grades: K4-12

56 Halsey Blvd. Charleston, SC 29401
Phone: (843) 805-6015 Fax: (843) 805-7796
Email: [email protected]
Grades: 1-8

1125 Pittsford Circle Charleston, SC 29412
Phone: (843) 795-3975 Fax: (843) 795-7575
Grades: K-8

815-A Miles Road Summerville, SC 294849
Phone: (843) 821-0818
Grades: PK-5

7800 Northside Dr. North Charleston, SC 29420
Phone: (843) 797-2690 Fax: (843) 797-7402
Email: [email protected]
Grades: K3-12

2263 Otranto Rd. North Charleston, SC 29406
Upper School · Phone (843) 764-2285 Fax (843) 764-3713
Lower School · Phone (843) 572-0940 Fax (843) 764-2274
Email: [email protected]
Grades: K4-12

361 Egypt Road Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone: (843) 881-9967 Fax: (843) 881-4662
Email: [email protected]
Grades: PK-8

1114 Orangeburg Rd. Summerville, SC 29483
Phone: (843) 873-1643 Fax: (843) 821-4257
Email: [email protected]
Grades: K4-12

300 Albemarle Rd. Charleston, SC 29407
Lower School – Phone: (843) 402-4771 Fax: (843) 766-3945
Middle & Upper School – Phone: (843) 402-4775 Fax: (843) 556-7404
Email: [email protected]
Grades: K-12

2168 Ridge Church Road Summerville, SC 29483
Phone: (843) 873-9856 Fax: (843) 873-0511
Email: [email protected]

Grades: PK-6

5139 Gibson Rd. Hollywood, SC 29449
Phone (843) 889-2702 or 889-2707 Fax: (843)-889-6290
Grades: K3-12


PO Box 913 Summerville, SC 29484
Phone: (843) 875-5194
Grades: 4-12

226 Black Oak Blvd. Summerville, SC 29485
Phone: (843) 873-9310 Fax: (843) 873-5709
Email: [email protected]
Grades: K4-8

505 Gahagan Road Summerville, SC 29485
Phone: (843) 875-7667 Fax: (843) 871-2629
Email: [email protected]
Grades: PK-8

1455 Wakendaw Road Mount Pleasant, SC 29465
Phone: (843) 884-7046 Fax: (843) 884-1483
Email: [email protected]
Grades: K-12

720 Old Trolley Road Summerville, SC 29485
Phone: (843) 873-9901
Email: [email protected]
Grades: PK-8

690 Coleman Blvd. Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone: (843) 884-0902 Fax: (844) 884-0905
Grades: 6-8

PO Box 50974 Summerville, SC 29483
Phone: (843) 821-2515
Grades: 1-12

East Cooper Places of Worship



Ebenezer Mt. Zion AME Church
1095 Rifle Range Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 881-6241

Friendship AME Church
204 Royal Avenue
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-6748

Greater Goodwill AME Church
2818 N. Highway 17
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-0903

Holy Trinity AME Church
378 Mathis Ferry Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 881-3226

Mt. Nebo AME Church
5600 Highway 17 North
(843) 928-3280

Olive Branch AME Church
North Highway 17
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-5130

St. James AME Church
1100 St. Thomas Island Drive
(843) 971-0950

St. John’s AME Church
1046 St. John’s Church Road
(843) 884-1284

St. Peters AME Church
1024 Fogarty Lane
(843) 971-0070

Union AME Church
7213 Highway 17 North
(843) 928-3650

Assemblies of God

Christ the King Assembly
2312 Rifle Range Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 849-9771


Charleston Young Life
871 Lowcountry Boulevard
Mount Pleasant
(843) 568-0059

Church at LifePark
Opening Fall 2009

East Cooper Baptist Church
361 Egypt Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 856-3222

Unity Baptist Church
950 Whipple Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-7144

First Baptist Church of Mt. Pleasant
681 McCants Drive
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-8521

Lighthouse Church Worship Center
1177 Gregorie Ferry Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 881-2025

Long Point Baptist Churches
Long Point Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-6997

New Hope Missionary Baptist Church
Highway 17 Bypass
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-4360

New Mary Ann Baptist Church
2638 Clements Ferry Road
(843) 856-0072

St. Paul Baptist Church
1527 Clements Ferry Road
(843) 884-3279

Sullivan’s Island Baptist Church
1753 Central Avenue
Sullivan’s Island
(843) 883-3601

Wando Baptist Church
1081 Reflectance Drive
(843) 884-0070


East Cooper Baptist Church
361 Egypt Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 856-3222

First Baptist Church School of Mount Pleasant
681 McCants Drive
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-3663

Isle of Palms Baptist Church
14 24th Avenue
Isle of Palms
(843) 886-6762

Shem Creek Baptist Church
2311 Old Georgetown Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 849-0690


Grace Bible Church
1570 Mathis Ferry Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-7074

Eastern Orthodox

Holy Ascension Orthodox Church
265 N. Shelmore Boulevard
Mount Pleasant
(843) 881-5010


Christ Episcopal Church
2304 North Highway 17
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-9090

The Church of the Holy Cross
2520 Middle Street
Sullivan’s Island
(843) 883-3586

The Church of the Holy Cross
299 Seven Farms Drive
Daniel Island
(843) 883-3586

Holy Cross Episcopal Church
2520 Middle Street
Sullivan’s Island
(843) 883-3586

St. Andrews Episcopal Church
440 Whilden Street
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-6169


Atonement Reformed Episcopal Church
324 5th Avenue
Mount Pleasant
(843) 856-0460


Deliverance Tabernacle
2762 Hamlin Beach Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 216-7555


Faith Fellowship
3587 N. Highway 17
Mount Pleasant
(843) 478-8447

Good News Church
3667 Tower Drive
Mount Pleasant
(843) 849-7319

Grace Chapel
251 Johnnie Dodds Boulevard
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-5770

Kings Lighthouse
1219 Six Mile Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 971-8938

Life Church of Charleston
2191 N. Highway 17
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-8856

Mount Pleasant Church of Christ
2311 Old Georgetown Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 849-9119

Seacoast Christian Community Church
750 Long Point Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 881-2100

Jehovah’s Witness

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness
1142 Dingle Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 881-0606

Latter Day Saints

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints/Mt. Pleasant Ward

2115 N. Highway 17
Mount Pleasant
(843) 849-9387


All Saints Lutheran Church
2107 N. Highway 17
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-5470

St. Marks Lutheran Church
300 Palm Boulevard
Isle of Palms
(843) 886-8557

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
604 Pitt Street
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-3107


First United Methodist Church
12 21st Avenue
Isle of Palms
(843) 886-6610

Hibben United Methodist Church
690 Coleman Boulevard
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-9761

Ocean Grove United Methodist Church
6517 Highway 17 North
(843) 928-3848

Point Hope United Methodist Church
3401 Salterback Street
Mount Pleasant
(843) 971-6377


Oceanside Church
1135 Bowman Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 345-7418

St. Peter’s Church
1287 Porchers Bluff Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 881-9003


Garden of Prayer Pentecostal
Holiness Church
2537 Highway 17 North Bypass
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-1616

Holy Rock Temple of God Holiness Church
2515 Clements Ferry Road
(843) 881-9773

New Beginning Deliverance Power Temple
433 Gurley Street
Mount Pleasant
(843) 971-7001

St. Paul Pentecostal Holiness Church
Highway 33
(843) 971-0921


Eastbridge Presbyterian Church-PCA
3058 Highway 17 North
Mount Pleasant
(843) 849-6111

Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Church
302 Church Street
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-4612

Palmetto Presbyterian Church
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-1504

Sunrise Presbyterian Church
3222 Middle Street
Sullivan’s Island
(843) 883-3888

Two Rivers Presbyterian Church
2365 Daniel Island Drive
Daniel Island
(843) 259-4477

Roman Catholic
Christ Our King Catholic Church
1122 Russell Drive
Mount Pleasant
(843) 884-5587

St. Benedict Catholic Church
3850 Bessemer Road
Mount Pleasant
(843) 216-0039

Stella Maris Catholic Church
1204 Middle Street
Sullivan’s Island
(843) 883-3108