Part of upper Berkeley County, Moncks Corner is largely rural, but has seen some development over the last several decades. Situated about 45 minutes from downtown Charleston, the inland town is full of historic and natural attractions, including the Francis Marion National Forest, Lake Moultrie, Old Santee Canal Park, Stony Landing and Belle Island Plantations, Mepkin Abbey and an old railroad depot. While you won't find as many big-city conveniences and events, the opportunities for outdoor recreation in Moncks Corner are vast. Aside from several newer planned communities in the area, much of the real estate is situated on large rural lots. There is also a historic downtown area with c. 1800–1900 homes available. The natural beauty and high-performing public schools attract families to the area. There is just 1 active residential listing for Foreclosures and Short Sales in Moncks Corner. 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 Moncks Corner or neighboring areas.
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