If you are looking for a convenient community to live in, Belle Hall Plantation is a great place to start. Belle Hall is located just off Longpoint Road in Mount Pleasant and is situated less than a minute from I-526, where you will find an array of shopping and accommodating restaurants. The neighborhood is set-up into various sub-sections. The Veranda and Rice Bay were mainly built by production builders in the 90’s.The homes that reside in Hibben, Evian and The Islands, are all custom built homes. There are some building lots remaining in Hibben and Evian. Aside from the great location — the neighborhood offers, walking trails, tennis courts, volleyball, and several pools. Families enjoy the proximity of the highly admired Belle Hall Elementary School, where most children are able to walk or bike to class. Belle Hall Plantation is a great neighborhood and is one of my favorite picks for location to the beaches on Sullivan’s Island and Isle of Palms. You can reach Historic Charleston in less than 15 minutes.
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Neighborhoods/Subsections of Belle Hall Plantation
Hibben – The crown jewel within Belle Hall, Hibben is the newest neighborhood. There are 300 homes with plans that include parks, a pool and clubhouse. Neo-traditional style homes are within Hibben and all residents have access to water through marshfront trail systems & community dock.
Fifth phase offers waterfront homesites.
The Island – High-end neighborhood in Belle Hall with custom homes built by local contractors. The Island is located near the rear of Belle Hall with some lots 3/4 acre. Many of the homesites have marsh views and there are pedestrian paths for walking and jogging. Lovely lowcountry style homes are surrounded by landscaped gardens.
Evian – Located near the back of Belle Hall, Evian Way is the only road that leads to Evian. With larger lots, homes in Evian were built in 2005 up to the present. Most of the homes are in the low country style with separate garages and hardy plank siding. Home sizes are 3,000 square feet and larger.
Battery Point – Also located in Belle Hall Plantation, Battery Point boasts larger home with larger lots. Most of the homes are situated around a large pond. Battery Point is within walking distance to nearby award winning Belle Hall Elementary School.
Veranda – Located near the entrance of Belle Hall, The Veranda offers homes at lower price points. Built in the 1990’s The Veranda’s homes are traditional in style with vinyl siding. They have been beautifully maintained and often renovated. The Veranda is within walking distance of Jones Recreation Center.
Courtyard – One of the first subsections built in Belle Hall, The Courtyard offers probably the most affordable homes in the development. Located near the entrance of Belle Hall, these homes were built between 1993 and 1996. Friendly, family-oriented neighborhood with mid-size one and two story homes.
Rice Bay – Possibly the best known neighborhood in Belle Hall, Rice Bay is located along the familiar streets of Antebellum Lane, Historic Drive, Rice Bay Drive, Pritchard’s Point and Robyn’s Glen Drive. Most of the homes were built between 1997-2000 and the majority of homes are one story, varying in size from 1,300-2,300 sq. ft.
Moultrie Park – A new residential community (circa 2013) that combines the splender of lowcountry architecture, traditional neighborhood design, a superb location, generous protected green space, and low-maintenance living. Modeled after Phillips Park along Rifle Range Road, the quaint community offers 16 new single family homes. Each semi-custom home built by Dobson Homes, LLC will have quality standard features such as a 5-V metal Roof, cement board siding, granite countertops, hardwood & ceramic tile floors, an elaborate trim package, stainless steel appliances, an oversized shower in the master bedroom with dual shower heads, a gas lamp on the front porch & much more.
Mt. Pleasant SC. Hi, my name is Bob Brennaman. Today we’re going to talk about Belle Hall Plantation. Belle Hall Plantation is a subdivision close to Interstate I-526 in Mt. Pleasant SC. and it’s a subdivision I’ve lived in I guess for about 4 years back in a subsection called Hibben, which is a phenomenal place to live. Belle Hall has a real good mix of homes. They have homes from $250K-$300K price range and go quickly up to over a million dollars. They have a nice amenity center. Hibben, Evian and The Islands are all custom built or semi-custom built homes and they’re in the back of the subdivision. If you live in Belle Hall, you have access to a lot of shopping across the street at Belle Hall Shopping Complex. Harris Teeter grocery store, Starbucks, all kinds of Mom and Pop type stores over there. And if your kids are school age, then they go to Belle Hall for grade school, and they go to Moultrie for Middle School. All kids in Mt. Pleasant end up going to Wando High School if you don’t want to go the private route. Again, Belle Hall, a phenomenal location. You’re about 10 minutes to the beach. You’re less than 15 minutes to downtown Charleston and you can be at the airport in 10 minutes or so. So really good location, one of my favorite spots in Mt. Pleasant SC. Again, that wraps up our tour of Belle Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant SC. Again, my name is Bob Brennaman. If you want more information about Belle Hall or any other neighborhoods in Mt. Pleasant, please feel free to give me a call at 843.345.6074 or you can visit me on the web at www.charlestonproperty.net
We are finishing the tours of neighborhoods off of Long Point Road and heading into Belle Hall Shopping Center, one of my favorite shopping areas in Mt. Pleasant. There are lots of fast food options like Wendy’s and Steinmart. There’s a Moe’s, a great Mexican food restaurant, then Pawley’s Front Porch (Now, Another Broken Egg Cafe), The Back Packer, a nice higher end store, where you can get Patagonia and camping gear, salons for massages, etc., as well as Long Point Pharmacy, with better prices than Walmart, the cleaners, and my favorite grocery store, Harris Teeter, The Dog and Duck, just tons of restaurants. There is a Starbucks on the corner, a dentist, Urban Nirvana, one of my favorite spas in Mt. Pleasant, where you can get a facial or massage. There is TCBY where you can get frozen yogurt, The Coastal Cupboard, which is locally owned and much like William Sonoma and they conduct cooking classes, The Great Harvest Bread Company, a great sandwich shop and CVS drugstore. Another of my favorites is Handpicked that sells jewelry, Cupcake, my kid’s favorite place, McAlister’s Deli, a juice bar, a bagel shop….just a great shopping center. There is Sport’s Clips, a Sushi Bar and Grill, Hibachi, a PetSmart, another Mexican Restaurant, as well as Amalfi’s which an Italian Restaurant, a wine bar, a Pilates studio and a Tuesday Morning, which is similar to Marshalls Homegoods.