Olde Park

Olde Park

Welcome to Olde Park

Olde Park is an upscale, exclusive, custom-built neighborhood, offering elegant homes in Mount Pleasant. Olde Park is considered one of Mt. Pleasant’s most desirable and convenient neighborhoods, centrally located less than 10 minutes to Downtown Charleston and the Beach. The beautiful exterior appeal, grand entrances, and beautifully maintained landscaping, create a stunning Lowcountry community. Olde Park Homeowners are eligible for membership in the I’On Club facilities, offering multiple swimming pools, clay tennis courts, fitness facility, and use of the community boat landing. All of these amenities are easily accessible by walking or biking.

Olde Park home

Olde Park home

The subdivision is located in close proximity to historical Charleston and is approximately ten minutes away from the beaches of Isle of Palms and Sullivans Island. The beautiful maintained entrance of Olde Park, the landscaping of the subdivision and the stately homes are all a must see!

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