Mount Pleasant –Scanlonville/Remley’s Point
This neighborhood apparently has some deep history going for it. It was purchased back in 1868 by Robert L. Scanlon (some say for just over $6000) after Paul Remley died in 1863. Scanlon then created a company (Charleston Land Company) that allowed the newly freed slaves (100) in the area, to pay $10 per share to purchase tracts of land. These tracts were divided up into 2-acre farm lots and ½ acre town lots. Please review more in-depth details online as I don’t want to pretend to be the expert here. It can be located just behind the previous neighborhoods I have written in the past 3 weeks. It is farther back from the foot of the Ravenel Bridge (up river), in Mt. Pleasant.
Here are the details about the Current Homes in the area of Scanlonville:
1 home for sale (built 1971, List Price - $300,000) and 1 Active Contingent (built 1970, List Price - $275,000)
According to a Mt Pleasant 2016 Demographic Report, there are 143 homes there.
Next week let’s talk about On The Harbor, Remley’s Pt. and River Reach at Remley’s Pt.
Feel free to get in touch with me when you are ready to buy or sell, as I would be happy to assist you.
Gary Buchanan/Realtor® w/AgentOwned Realty - email@example.com 843-647-7743