Dunes West

Dunes West home

Dunes West home

Dunes West is a neighborhood-of-neighborhoods located off Hwy. 41 in Mount Pleasant, although you can reach Dunes West by traveling through the Park West development from Hwy. 17 north. Palmetto Hall and Cypress Pointe are outside the gate closer to the Hwy. 41 entrance, while other neighborhoods, amenities, and an Arthur Hills designed semi-private golf course and clubhouse lie inside the manned gated entry. Homes consists of quaint, lowcountry styles to magnificent multi-million dollar homes as well as townhomes and condominiums. A couple of unique restrictions in Dunes West are that no golf carts are allowed on the streets and motorcycles are not allowed per the Covenants & Restrictions for the community.

Dunes West amenity area

Dunes West amenity area

Residents can enjoy the gorgeous amenity center complete with pool, fitness room, tennis courts as well as a boat launch, community dock and have water access to the Wando River from Toomer Creek or be lucky enough to own a homesite “on the river”. Dunes West is in a more rural environment, but very convenient to shopping, dining, and theatres in Mount Pleasant’s business district. Also, Isle of Palms beach is a mere 20 minute drive depending on the season and traffic.

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