Goose Creek is home to 40,633 residents, nestled between North Charleston and Moncks Corner. Convenient to Summerville and less than 30 minutes from Charleston, this city is a convenient location to access all Charleston has to offer as well as a bustling city that has much to offer on its own. Median household income in Goose Creek, SC is above the national average at $62,107 and median home costs level around $167,600 per housing unit.
City Hall, Goose Creek Police Department and the Municipal Court share space on a large plot of land overlooking the water and hosts many family-friendly activities throughout the year, including but not limited to a grand Fourth of July celebration, summer concert series, Halloween festival and local sports activities. The Recreational center sits just to its right, and offers low-priced yearly membership to residents, with a well-furnished workout area, rock-climbing wall, basketball court and soccer field.
Crowfield Plantation, a prominent community in Goose Creek offers a state of the art 18 hole golf course as well as miles of walking trails and access to lakes for fishing and boating. Charleston County Parks & Recreation established Wannamaker North Trail, a 13 mile trail that runs through the heart of Goose Creek, offering residents access to walking and bike paths through the natural beauty of the city. Crowfield also offers a wide range of prices and a great opportunity to see examples of homes for sale in Goose Creek SC.
Located in the Berkeley County School District, Goose Creek also has many options for elementary to high school age students. With eight elementary schools, four middle schools and two high schools, Goose Creek offers a plethora of options for parents to choose education according to their child’s needs. Out of a workforce of 95,402 in Berkeley County 91,433 are employed as of 2016, with a continually dropping unemployment rate of 4.2%.