If you like to lead an active lifestyle, living in the Old Village will have lots of appeal. In addition to its central location, there is also an abundance of quiet and beautiful streets on which to walk or run. Leaving Earl’s Court, you will find a myriad of routes for your daily jog—each one taking you by historic homes, friendly neighbors and beautiful scenery. One frequented spot for exercise is the Pitt Street Bridge. The bridge used to connect Mount Pleasant to Sullivan’s Island but is now converted into a pedestrian greenway with green grass, palmetto trees and a walking path. It offers great views of the harbor, and on any given evening you will find your neighbors walking their dogs, going for their evening run or practicing yoga on the bridge. And if you want to actually get on the water as opposed to just admiring its beauty, neighboring Shem Creek is a perfect place to launch an evening paddle!