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Old 07-07-2013, 05:32 PM
 
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That is a good tour. We don't do the other side of 17 but that's a good idea. AND we tour Sullivan's Island just a little bit more. The only thing that might be missing for some, going north on 17 to Park West, Carolina Park, etc.
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Old 07-07-2013, 05:41 PM
 
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That is a good tour. We don't do the other side of 17 but that's a good idea. AND we tour Sullivan's Island just a little bit more. The only thing that might be missing for some, going north on 17 to Park West, Carolina Park, etc.
yes we were interested in driving over to Park west as well...
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Old 07-08-2013, 06:37 PM
 
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yes we were interested in driving over to Park west as well...
Check out Rivertowne (it has several sections) and Planters Pointe, which also has several sections. Both are out 17, near Park West.

Many of the developments around MTP have several sections, varied styles, and quite different price entry points per section. Like one lives in so and so section, of so and so development, at so and so. High Marsh in Planters Point at Rivertowne. It can be confusing if you lump them all together and prices can vary widely. Park West is lovely. Great place to raise nippers. The areas and prices can vary quite widely. From rental apartments to luxury homes on an island, and everything in between.

Forget if one lives at Dune West. Is it behind the gate or not..........LOL
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Old 07-08-2013, 06:53 PM
 
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Check out Rivertowne (it has several sections) and Planters Pointe, which also has several sections. Both are out 17, near Park West.

Many of the developments around MTP have several sections, varied styles, and quite different price entry points per section. Like one lives in so and so section, of so and so development, at so and so. High Marsh in Planters Point at Rivertowne. It can be confusing if you lump them all together and prices can vary widely. Park West is lovely. Great place to raise nippers. The areas and prices can vary quite widely. From rental apartments to luxury homes on an island, and everything in between.

Forget if one lives at Dune West. Is it behind the gate or not..........LOL
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if we decide to do the move sooner we would do a rental either a nice upscale apt complex or a home up to 2200 a month....If we decide to rent for Summers and Breaks then of course that would be a bit different..Again right now we would look to get to know the area, hubby isn't sure he wants to pull our daughter and put her in another HS since she has so many friends and they would go to school together and she is finally settled as We have moved alot for hubby's Career and really want what is best for her...So we will see, worst case senario we spend lots of time there and once she is out of HS in 4 years she can attend a college in Charleston and our son can do his Masters in Charleston as well...Its too far to even plan at this point... and we would have alot of options....

Thank you all
my only regret at this point is that we didnt look to move to this area years ago instead of going to Charlotte or even South Florida...
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