More than 50 years ago plump red tomatoes filled the 42 acres that are now the Heirloom Landing Community. On property leading to the marshes and then to the sea in Mt. Pleasant is the new residential community whose lots surround a one and one half acre pond and green areas that make up a central park.
Home sites are from ¼ to ¾ of an acre, much larger than most home sites that can be found on what little land is left in Mt. Pleasant for residential building. The proximity to Sullivan’s Island, downtown Charleston, Isle of Palms and the old village of Mt. Pleasant offer a lifestyle that is both decidedly country and suburban city living. The marsh and its views from the property ensure that once completed, no other homes will deter the view and the sense of the best of low country living.