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River Watch - River Watch is one of Mount Pleasant's newer neigborhoods less than five minutes to downtown Charleston. It is located in a part of Mount Pleasant known as Scanlonville.
Desirable River Watch subdivision is near Remley's Point public boat ramp off of Mathis Ferry Road, Arthur Ravenel Bridge and Hwy 17 with just one stoplight to downtown Charleston. Location, Location, Location! Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Starbucks and Cinebarre Cinema are less than a mile away from this quiet boutique neighborhood. River Watch has its own community dock, children's play park and picnic area.
River Watch combines historic Southern charm with modern elegance in a location that is among the most desirable in the Charleston area. The neighborhood is on Remley’s Point in old Mount Pleasant, an historic area where wooden ship-builders and brick-makers once plied their craft, and where modern builders have captured that exquisite old-world feel in grand custom homes built in the traditional Charleston antebellum style. The grandeur of expansive, breezy porches built atop arched brick basements, and rooms with 10-foot ceilings, custom cabinetry and moldings, as well as classic distressed hardwood floors offers tantalizing views of ancient oaks and the gentle waters of Molasses Creek.
Built on an historic bluff, River Watch stands high on a bluff where steady, cooling harbor breezes where an essential part of rum distilling, whose ingredients gave the historic creek its name. Under the shade of giant oaks that date hundreds of years, River Watch provides a comfortable, pleasurable vista over pristine creeks, marshes and woodlands, yet is within a few minutes of historic downtown Charleston.
Homes in River Watch are in the 600-1 million range, a price point that is remarkable considering the proximity to Charleston and its scenic waterways. Mount Pleasant is among the most desirable towns along the South Carolina coast, with excellent schools, first-class restaurants and shopping, upscale hosting and recreational facilities, all with a hometown feel of Southern hospitality.
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