There are three main residential areas of Hanahan, all with their distinct personalities and features.
Neighborhoods like Brookside and Dominion Hills are near the high school and offer the closest proximity to the interstate and downtown Charleston. Homes are mostly brick ranches built in the 1960s and 70s.
Otranto Plantation and Eagle Landing are further north and situated on the west side of the Goose Creek Reservoir. Homes vary in their architectural style and age, ranging from build dates in the 1980s to today. The historic Otranto Plantation house is the oldest known structure in South Carolina, believed to have been built in 1679.
Tanner Plantation is the newest part of Hanahan and borders the east side of the reservoir. Homes are mostly vinyl or hardi-plank siding and built after 2000. Bowen Village
, near Tanner Plantation, is a proposed new waterfront community, where residents will enjoy an active lifestyle on the banks of the Cooper River.
Home prices in Hanahan can vary from $150k for a brick ranch near the high school, to $1 million for a house on the reservoir or Turkey Creek.