Belle Hall Plantation - Mount Pleasant, SC
Just off I-526 and Long Point Rd. in the center of Mount Pleasant, lies Belle Hall Plantation.  This community has a home for just about anyone wanting to live East of the Cooper.  With seven neighborhoods, Belle Hall has single-family homes that range in price from low $200,000's and up to $1,275,000, depending on which neighborhood you choose.  Amenities include ponds, walking trails, parks, marsh trails, two neighborhood pools, tennis courts, basketball courts, volleyball court, and a clubhouse that can be rented by residents.  Great shopping is just across the way at Belle Hall Shopping Center, and Belle Hall Elementary is within walking and biking distance.

Veranda, Rice Bay and Courtyard were the first neighborhoods to be built in the early 1990s and consist of spec. homes built by Beazer and Centex with mostly vinyl siding for the exterior appearance. These homes are currently priced in the low $200,000's to low $300,000's.

Battery Point is a pocket neighborhood with homes ranging in size from 2,000 to 3,500 square feet. It is comprised of a mixture of spec. homes and custom-built homes on nice size lots.  Prices are typically in the mid $300,000's to mid $400,000's.

The Island consists of custom homes built by local contractors. Many of these lots are located on pristine land with beautiful marsh views.  These antebellum, raised homes range in price from $500,000 to $1 million.  This is a close-knit community in itself, but they also enjoy the amenities that the rest of Belle Hall enjoys.

Evian’s homes offer custom designs and finishes with beautiful views of the marsh as well.  This is a small gated community that retains its own covenants separate from Belle Hall.  Prices range from mid $500,000's to $1 million.  There are about 35 existing homes here, and still a few lots available.

The Hibben is a unique neo-traditional style neighborhood that will have 300 homes when complete.  It used to be a working plantation in the 1700's.  At about 2/3 of the way built-out, the developer has just opened Phase 5 lots which will consist of cottage style homes sized in the low to mid 2,000 sq. foot range.  Other homes from previous phases are much larger in size up to about 5,000 square feet. Prices range from mid $500,000's to $1.2 million.  Each home is custom built by local preferred contractors.  Most of the homes have back alley living just like you'll find in downtown Charleston.  The neighborhood has its own crabbing dock, beautiful oak and pine trees, ponds, sidewalks and marsh trails.