Market Statistics

Darrell Creek

Average Price Listings
Homes $737,619 23
Land $685,163 26

Darrell Creek, Mount Pleasant, SC Real Estate

Most homebuyers’ visions of a Lowcountry neighborhood setting is found in Darrell Creek.  All home sites are at least one-half acre, and all homebuilders are local custom builders.  In fact, many Darrell Creek residents are custom home builders known throughout the Lowcountry for their exceptional homes.  In addition to the unique homes built on spacious lots, Darrell Creek stands out from any other neighborhood because it is located on a heavily wooded peninsula surrounded by marsh and Darrell Creek.

The first Darrell Creek homes were built along Commonwealth Road, Saint Ellens Drive, and Hidden Marsh Road.  The unique character of the first Darrell Creek homes created interest among those searching for a relaxed Mount Pleasant neighborhood sheltered from hectic city life.  Newer homes built along Coastal Crab Road, Deer Creek Road, Woodspring Road, and Triple Oak Drive demonstrate Darrell Creek’s commitment to building a comfortable, quality community.

Darrell Creek homes are usually elevated construction approximately nine to twelve feet tall.  Because the majority of Darrell Creek homes are at least 2,400 square feet, the area below the elevated homes provides excellent space for parking cars and boats. Today it is easy to find homes for sale in Darrell Creek with high-end interior and exterior upgrades and features such as exotic wood floors, gourmet kitchens, elevators, metal roofs, and wrap-around porches.  Home and lot prices vary, but because Darrell Creek is an upscale neighborhood, the homes are worth the $500,000 to $1,000,000-plus asking price.

Life is good in Darrell Creek.  Located on the edge of Mount Pleasant and only 20 minutes from Downtown Charleston, Darrell Creek is a very close-knit community where neighbors and their families interact daily with each other.  Darrell Creek residents can walk, bike, or drive their golf cart to the community pool or tennis courts located on Amenity Center Lane, which is off Commonwealth Road near Nicolette Circle.

If the perfect Lowcountry home is sold or is not listed for sale, find the ideal vacant lot in Darrell Creek and have one of the neighborhood custom homebuilders build to suit. Because Darrell Creek is not a well-known neighborhood, homebuyers can find half-acre vacant land in Darrell Creek listed in the $130,000 to $395,000 range.  The premium lots are waterfront and have existing docks or permits to build a dock, extending to Darrell Creek which connects to the Wando River providing access to Charleston Harbor.  Some of the best vacant land for sale in Darrell Creek can be found on Coastal Crab Road (also known as Old Brick Kiln Road), Holmgren Street, and Commonwealth Road.