The fast-growing city of Goose Creek is home to plenty of industry and desirable Berkley County public schools. Located just above North Charleston, the area was largely undeveloped until the 1960s. Today, many military and civilian families enjoy the small-town feel and numerous amenities found in Goose Creek. Outdoor recreation in the city is plentiful thanks to area golf facilities, 13 parks and a reservoir enjoyed by anglers. Within the municipality are numerous grocery stores and restaurants, top-notch doctors and a variety of employers, making it easy for residents to avoid a commute if desired. For its proximity just 30 minutes from downtown Charleston, the city is quite affordable with real estate starting in the mid-$100,000s. There is just 1 active residential listing for Goose Creek Waterfront Real Estate. This site doesn't include contingent properties, fractional property sales, and properties of type 'other' (such as boat slips). If you would like to come and see any of homes on this site, I would love to offer you a no strings attached showing. Simply give me, Bob Brennaman Jr. at The Brennaman Group, a call at (843) 345-6074 and we will schedule your free showing(s) of real estate in Goose Creek or neighboring areas.
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