Hibben neighborhood in Belle Hall- Mount
Pleasant, South Carolina
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Hibben in Belle Hall Neighborhood:
Hibben is a smaller community within the larger development of Belle Hall Plantation located just off Long Point Road. Built starting in roughly 2000, these are well built homes of around 3,000+ sq ft, many on marshfront lots. Home buyers like the look and feel of Hibben for the same reasons they like Daniel Island communities or homes in Ion. With gas lit front porch lights and white picket fences, the homes in Hibben are on smaller lots and sit closer in proximity to your neighbors for a downtown feel but in a planned space. With a new phase under development there are still and a few waterfront and marsh front lots for sale if you’re interested in building a new construction home with your own personal touches. Hibben has a private park for its owners and two private crabbing docks.
What you need to know:
• There are about 300 homes, some built as early as the 2000s, many with waterfront and marshfront views, and a few vacant lots still available.
• Homes range in price from around $500,000 to $1,500,000 and lots start around $250,000.
• Close to 526 and across the street from Belle Hall Shopping Center with easy access to beaches, shopping, and the airport.
• Hibben is governed by the Bell Hall Plantation HOA and includes annual dues of roughly $600 for use of the Olympic sized pool, clubhouse, tennis courts, and playground, community ponds, professional landscaping, sidewalks and bike trails.
• Currently zoned for Belle Hall Elementary, Cario Middle, and Wando High Schools.
“Hibben is great for us because it affords us a classic, Southern home with all the modern fixtures we love. We feel like we’re on a quiet street in Historic Charleston, but with the convenience of Mt. Pleasant living. There’s not a lot of yard maintenance or upkeep and my husband and I can enjoy water views and quiet strolls on the bike trails. When we do want to venture into the city, we have just a 15-20 minute drive to downtown.” - a local resident