243 apartments for rent in Mount Pleasant, SC

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1100 Legends Club Dr, Mount Pleasant, SC 29466
$1,050 - $2,105 | 1 - 3 Beds

(844) 785-2504

Updated 33 minutes ago
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725 Coleman Blvd, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
$1,192 - $2,608 | Studio - 3 Beds

(843) 261-5643

Updated 1 hour ago
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301 Seaport Ln, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
$1,138 - $3,778 | 1 - 3 Beds

(843) 804-6309

Updated 9 hours ago
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1201 Central Haven Dr, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
$1,178 - $3,198 | 1 - 3 Beds

(843) 574-8640

Updated 9 hours ago
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1600 Belle Point Dr, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
$1,169 - $2,288 | 1 - 3 Beds

(843) 606-6794

Updated 45 minutes ago
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100 Eighty Oak Ave, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
$1,100 - $1,834 | 1 - 3 Beds

(843) 631-2400

Updated 5 hours ago
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1260 Appling Dr, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
$1,368 - $4,950 | 1 - 3 Beds

(843) 804-6285

Updated 5 hours ago


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Mount Pleasant, SC Apartments for Rent

Mt. Pleasant is a historic town with a thoroughly modern sensibility. Since the town’s settlement in 1696, Mt. Pleasant has contributed to the culture and economy of the Low Country. Its prime location establishes it as one of the most sought-after addresses in the Charleston area, so find your Mount Pleasant apartment now and start enjoying this fantastic location.

There are numerous public boat launches for fishing and kayaking and nearby beaches for swimming and sunbathing. Waterfront Park is a popular recreation spot, while Palmetto Island County Park offers miles of bike trails, boardwalks, nature trails, picnic sites, and public spaces. Pedestrians enjoy their own lane on the spectacular new Ravenel/Cooper River Bridge, which offers incredible views of Mt. Pleasant and Downtown Charleston.

History buffs love Mt. Pleasant for its rich cultural heritage. Pinckney Historic Site, Boone Hall Plantation, and the Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum are just a few of the historic sites. After moving to your Mount Pleasant apartment, visit the aircraft carrier SS Yorktown or take a guided tour of Fort Sumter.

The annual Taste of Mt. Pleasant is a unique festival combining the newest entertainment and food in town with the history of a Civil War era cotton plantation. A stroll through the Historic Old Village offers a picture of the past with its gas-lit antebellum and colonial homes and shops, just a short walk from the shrimp boats and restaurants along Shem Creek.

Packed with seaside shops, boutiques, and the outdoor shops of the Town Center Shopping Complex, there is something for everyone. The Old Village shopping district boasts unique shops surrounded by the historic homes of the Old Village, and the local Farmer’s Market is a relaxing spot to pick up fresh produce, local crafts, and fresh regional delicacies.

Apartments in Mt. Pleasant offer the perfect blend of laid-back coastal living, history, and modern town. This dynamic live-work-play community is firmly rooted in history, but is still a modern city with amazing attractions.

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