Park West

October 6, 2009 | 323 Comments

Park West is a large family-friendly community located North of Mount Pleasant where you can work, live and play. With 6 miles of biking, hiking paths and sidewalks that connect each neighborhood -it’s a top notch place to get in shape and enjoy the beauty of Mount Pleasant! The Town of Mount Pleasant’s 59-acre recreational facility includes softball, baseball, football and soccer fields in the heart of Park West. Park West also has 2 outdoor swimming pools, 1 indoor pool and tennis courts.  Many retail and professional offices, including Publix grocery store, restaurants such as The Dog and Duck and Just Chill, dental, medical offices, vets, banks, East Shore Athletic Club, Stepping Stones child care facility and many many more. There are also 2 top notch award winning elementary schools -Laurel Hill Elementary and Pinckney- just minutes away from home.  Roper Hospital is currently under construction right next to Park West. The following is a list and short description of the many neighborhoods Park West has to offer. There’s one for everyone!


  1. Liberty Cottages: Patio home living for age 55+ or better
  2. Somerby: Campus-style continued care living with 4-levels of care
  3. The Gates: Duplex living, vinyl siding homes
  4. The Madison: Condo’s from the low 100’s. 1, 2, and 3 bedroom plans
  5. The Battery: Condos from 100’s to 200’s
  6. Mansfield: Small upscale townhomes with cement siding and 1 car garages
  7. Kensignton: Brick veneer and cement plank townhomes
  8. Keswick: Brick and vinyl siding townhomes
  9. Preston: Upscale townhomes starting in the 270’s
  10. Tennyson Row: Luxury brick-front townhomes from 200-300K
  11. Camridge Commons: Townhomes from the low to mid 300’s
  12. Hampshire: Luxury townhomes starting in the 400’s
  13. Foxmoor: Single family vinyl siding homes from 200-300K
  14. Berkleigh: 200-300K range built by D.R. Horton
  15. Wellesley Place: Vinyl siding homes from the low to mid 200’s
  16. Churchill: Single family homes from the 300’s
  17. Arlington: Beazer built homes from the high 200’s to low 400’s
  18. The Village: Charleston single style homes in the mid 200’s
  19. Marshwalk: Cement plank, semi-custom homes
  20. Summerlin: David Weekley built homes from the high 300’s to 400’s
  21. Pembroke: Craftsman style homes by Ryland
  22. Coatbridge: David Weekley homes from 400-500K
  23. Wheatstone: Cement plank custom homes in the mid 400’s to 600’s
  24. Tennyson: Stucco and brick custom bulit homes by Lennar
  25. Melrose: Upper 600’s-1 million waterfront community
  26. Andover: $500-1 million waterfront homes that connect to Park Island
  27. Masonborough: Custom bulit, heavily wooded marshfornt lots in mid 500’s
  28. Bergenfield: Charleston style  “row” houses on premier waterfront lots in the mid 800’s
  29. Park Island: Lots begin in the low 400’s to 1 million. Private gated island surrounded by the Wando River, Toomer Creek and saltwater marsh.


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