South Bay is set on approximately 27 acres in Mount Pleasant, a seaside town as agreeable as its name implies. Our neighborhood, known as Mid Town, offers a variety of life style options including our senior community, all in a lovely setting of both woods and lakes. The area is alive with neighbors taking walks, riding bicycles, or dog-walking, lending to friendly neighborly conversations. South Bay and the neighborhood have easy access to multiple dining and retail venues including Towne Centre and Shoppes at Seaside.
Popular Shem Creek with its cozy eateries, boardwalks, and vistas across the marshlands is about one mile down the road. If you have the yearning for fresh seafood, Shem Creek is the spot to gather your fresh fish and shrimp. Residents and guests may enjoy the Shem Creek Park and its boardwalks where you can observe leisure and commercial boats as they come and go to the Shem Creek docks and personal docks, a beautiful place to observe the sunset.
Family members and friends are sure to envy of the desirable lifestyle you’ll live at South Bay, and want to visit you often. It’s one of the many perks of living in such a beautiful community, so be sure to save time in your fulfilling schedule for visitors.
Mount Pleasant is a vibrant part of the Charleston metro area, connected to one of the nation’s most historic and charming cities by the picturesque Arthur Ravenel, Jr. Bridge. Located at the Ravenal Bridge, the Waterfront Memorial Park is a great place to relax. As the gateway to the quaint resort communities of Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island, the area offers endless low-country vistas of marshes, rivers and creeks, leading to wide, sandy Atlantic Ocean beaches. Sullivan’s Beach, frequented by Edgar A. Poe, is one of the many easily accessed areas to visit. More inland, Boone’s Hall is one of the many plantations you might choose to visit. Boones Hall is known for its farmers market and frequent vendors fair, including the annual Strawberry Festival.
A quick trip into Charleston offers historic, educational, and cultural venues to enjoy as well. Be inspired by the architecture and southern charm of the the downtown area. Explore the city on land or water by walking the historic streets or setting sail on a harbor tour. Finish off the visit with an evening with dinner, drinks, and the theater.
Whether remaining in the neighborhood or venturing out into the extended local area, South Bay is central to engaging venues and experiences.