It’s a mature neighborhood and one of the first subdivisions north of the Isle of Palms Connector.
Years ago, when you would drive up Highway 17, Brickyard was on the outskirts of town. Now it’s becoming more central as the town grows north.”
And Mount Pleasant has been growing. Mount Pleasant can be divided into both north and south, but Brickyard Plantation is central to both.
There are different sub-neighborhoods within Brickyard Plantation, each with its own price range and style of living.
Its been noted that the real estate slump is over as days on marketing for homes are shortening.
There is something for everyone at Brickyard Plantation. Made up of nine neighborhoods, prices range from the low $300s to $2.2 million. Buyers can find a brick-front home on a half-acre, cul-de-sac lot listed for $374,900 or deep-water property with a private dock and a boat lift at $1.7 million.
There are plenty of family-friendly amenities, such as a fitness center, tennis courts, a clubhouse, basketball court and access to Horlbeck Creek. There also are two swimming pools, including a junior Olympic pool, and, on breezy, summer afternoons or cool mornings, the walking and jogging trails are perfect.
Besides the many reasons to love Brickyard, homeowners enjoy other nearby perks of living in the Lowcountry, including great shopping at Towne Centre in Mount Pleasant, beaches, restaurants and Boone Hall Plantation, a beautiful historical plantation featuring fresh produce and fun events virtually year-round.
Mount Pleasant’s first hospital opened in the 1980s. Now, a few miles north of Brickyard Plantation and not much further south, are Roper St. Francis Mount Pleasant Hospital and East Cooper Medical Center, respectively. Both of them are state-of-the-art medical facilities.