Hobcaw Point is a small and beautiful Mount Pleasant community. It feels like a small, Lowcountry town while still enjoying the privileges of living in a large and bustling city like Mount Pleasant. There is a large variety of nice houses, so every person can find a house that fits perfectly for their unique family. The residents enjoy the boat ramp and pool.
Hobcaw Point lies near other similar neighborhoods like Molasses Creek and Braemore. This is a great area of Mount Pleasant and is less than 10 minutes away from Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park, less than 15 minutes from the Mount Pleasant Towne Center and the Mall, and is less than 20 minutes from beautiful beaches like the Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island. Hobcaw Point is a private and beautiful community in a great location of Mount Pleasant.
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