East Bridge Town Lofts

East Bridge Town Lofts

When you’re tired of paying rent and want to enjoy home ownership in Mount Pleasant, East Bridge Town Lofts is an excellent option to consider. They are situated near the Ravenel Bridge which means Charleston is just a few minutes from your new address. If you enjoy walking, Mount Pleasant’s Waterfront Park is just a nice stroll from East Bridge Town Lofts. Mount Pleasant property is the ideal way to have a home near Charleston without having to pay an exorbitant price.

With price points beginning in the mid to upper $100,000 range, you can easily find something that works well within your budget. These Lofts offer homebuyers a range of 780 up to 1,100 square feet of space in which you can live, play, and work comfortably. You’ll be able to find from one to three-bedroom designs to accommodate your personal needs. The East Bridge Town Lofts are spacious, have plenty of room for storage, and feature kitchens where you can prepare meals for family and friends.

There is a small community pool that you can enjoy with home ownership here and there is a place to do your laundry on the property. Just across the street you’ll find a myriad of restaurants and shopping areas where you can find the things you need to keep your household running smoothly and efficiently. Mount Pleasant hosts holiday parades, the Scottish Games & Highland Gathering in September, a Childrens Day Festival in October, and a Civil War Reenactment at Boone Hall Plantation in November. It’s possible to find interesting events all year long in this quaint little town.

East Bridge Town Lofts are just a short drive from downtown Charleston where you’ll find a host of activities and events. There are tours, carriage rides, upscale dining, music, and museums that teach about the history and development of Charleston. With plenty of water sports, the waterfront, and a fresh ocean breeze, you’re sure to enjoy every excursion that you take into this historic city. Take in art galleries, dine in exceptional restaurants, and sit and relax with a cool beverage by Charleston Harbor. Don’t forget Patriots Point, Fort Sumer, and the Historic Charleston City Market. You’ll want to go to Waterfront Park, drop by the Old City Jail, and study the impressive architecture of the Ravenel Bridge.