Tupelo Forest is a new neighborhood located off Hwy 17 in Mount Pleasant, about a mile past the turnoffs for Carolina Park and Wando High School. It is one of the most remote locations on the north end of Mt. Pleasant, but just a few miles past Wando High School. Due to it’s somewhat rural location, it offers some of the most affordable new homes in the area. It is also far removed from the highway, with plenty of walking trails, green spaces, and ponds for residents to enjoy. The neighborhood is developed by Ryland Homes, which is a large national builder with a good reputation in Charleston. The 2 main sections of the community are Tupelo Church Lane (which has less expensive homes) and Tupelo Forest (with costs ranging $20-40K higher depending on the home).
The Tupelo community is zoned for Laurel Hill Primary for grades K-2 and Charles Pinckney Elementary for grades 3-5. Residents also attend Cario Middle and Wando High School. You’ll find tons of shopping and restaurant options at Mount Pleasant Towne Centre, which is only a 10 minute drive from Tupelo. Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island beaches are only 20 minutes, and downtown Charleston is about a 25-30 minute commute.
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