Location! Location! Location! Belle Hall Plantation sits ideally in Mt Pleasant off Long Point Road
Belle Hall Plantation is an established community strategically built off the desired Long Point Road Exit.
This charming area is a one-stop shop for all your needs and also provides an easy access and commute to the surrounding Charleston areas. Belle Hall Plantation is located right off I-526, which is approximately 20 minutes to the Charleston Airport/ Boeing, 15-20 minute commute to Downtown Charleston, and 15 minutes to the surrounding beaches. East Copper Medical is also located off of the next exit off I-526, which makes easy access to Hospitals and Health Care.
Belle Hall Town Center is conveniently located across from Belle Hall Plantation.
Many locals drive golf carts to the shopping areas. This shopping center truly has everything you need. Grocery, Pharmacy, Hair Salons, Apparel, Gym, Pet Stores and Numerous Delicious Restaurants. Fuji is one of the best sushi restaurants in all of Charleston and will keep you coming back for great sushi rolls and thirst quenching cocktails. Check out their bento boxes for lunch as well. You can beat the delicious combos for a great value.
Inside the Established Belle Hall Plantation, the amenities are very desirable.
This established community is built on 7 subsections that all have trails winding through the grounds. This makes several miles of walking and biking trails, and also easy accessibility for children to ride their bikes to school. There are 3 playgrounds, 2 pools/clubhouse, tennis courts, volleyball courts and basketball courts all available for the residents to use. The schools currently zoned for this area are Belle Hall Elementary (walking distance), Laing and Wando High School located in the heart of Mt Pleasant.
The homes in this area range from the low 300,000s to 1 million and above.
They range from 1500 sq to 4000 sq plus. There are marsh views, pond views and lagoon views with walking paths winding through. There is also new construction available in some of the more private areas of the plantation.