Nestled between Johnnie Dodds and Coleman Boulevards, the Cooper Estates neighborhood began in 1965. Since then, this conveniently located community has grown to include more than 300 homes built in the 1960s through the 1990s. This subdivision is about as close as it gets to the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, so access to downtown Charleston and the interstate is unbelievably quick. Another draw of the Cooper Estates neighborhood is it’s impressive community boat landing on Shem Creek. Residents can even entertain right on the water at the landing’s nice picnic grounds. Homes cover a diverse mix of styles and size ranges.