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A quick overview of surrounding resources

At Oak Terrace Preserve, everything you could possibly need and want is right outside your door. Whether you’re looking for great schools, recreational facilities or places to enjoy nature, shop or grab dinner, there’s no place like North Charleston’s historic Park Circle. Here are just a few of the convenient locations nearby.


If you’re looking for a school where your child can learn in a nurturing educational environment, then look no farther. North Charleston elementary, middle and high schools as well as the Charleston County School of the Arts, North Charleston Creative Arts Elementary and Academic Magnet High School are mere minutes away. So long commutes to and from school are a thing of the past.


A fitness path wraps around the community and is made of recycled rubber to offer you maximum comfort. But if you need more too, a disc golf course and the Danny Jones Recreation Center is just several blocks away, where you'll find everything from arts & crafts and after-school programs to a wealth of sports leagues for all ages.

natural beauty

17 parks and park-lets are situated throughout the community, and access to Filbin Creek, the serene Riverfront Park, Quarterman Park and Noisette Creek is convenient and close. Of course, at Oak Terrace Preserve, to enjoy the beauty of nature, you just have to look out your window or step onto your porch.

area map

Downtown: 10 miles
Mt. Pleasant: 10 miles
James Island: 12 miles
Sullivan's Island:  16 miles

Whatever you could need or want is always nearby. From great restaurants, shopping, the beaches and parks to downtown Charleston, Mt. Pleasant and the airport, everything is within a hop, skip and a jump. View our area map.

resident testimonials

So many neighborhoods like to claim they are in walking distance of everything. But I really am. In fact, I just started playing basketball up at the rec center, and believe it or not, I actually walk there.
– Benjamin White
oak terrace resident