Not unexpectedly, sales activity in I’On slowed down in September. This is typical as families were getting their children back in school and settling back in from summer vacations. However, we did have 3 I’On homes go under contract since my last report on September 10th. Continue reading
Where will you spend this Sunday with your family and friends?
Patriot’s Point 14th Annual 4th of July Blast!
Enjoy live entertainment from Katbandoo from 7:00 – 9:00pm followed by the largest fireworks display in the Lowcountry, launched off the flight deck of the USS Yorktown at 9:15pm. Gates open at 4:00pm with $5 discounted admission to the museum (fireworks are free). Sandwiches, snacks, water, and soda will also be available for purchase by local vendors.
Old Village Pitt Street Bridge
Bring your chairs, blankets, picnic baskets, and arrive early! If you can’t decide where to go this 4th of July, the Pitt Street Bridge in the Old Village may be the spot for you. From this historic landmark, Mount Pleasant residents can watch firework displays from Folly Beach to Isle of Palms to Mount Pleasant!
Isle of Palms and Sullivans Island
There is something very Charleston about spending the day at the beach, enjoying dinner at one of the many island restaurants, and capping off the evening with a spectacular beach front fireworks display. 4th of July fireworks begin just after dark on Front Beach (Isle of Palms) and in Town Park (Sullivans Island).
Daniel Island 4th of July Celebrations (July 2 – July 3)
Festivities begin Friday with an island-wide block party and FREE concert featuring Plane Jane. A pancake breakfast will take place Saturday morning at the Family Circle Tennis Center to benefit the Daniel Island School, followed by a parade and party at the Pierce Park Pool and Pavilion.