Every home in Point Hope is designed with intention. While deeply rooted in the heritage of the Lowcountry, the coastal contemporary designs are fresh, simpler and reflect a strong connection to the outdoors. Architectural elements include deep front porches and generous overhangs for both function and beautiful visual interest.
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Designed with fresh, forward-thinking elements, homes at Point Hope are a reflection of the community’s connection to the outdoors. The style we’ve termed ‘coastal contemporary’ is deeply rooted in Lowcountry heritage, rethinking traditional elements for today’s lifestyle. Deep, livable front porches, generous windows and contemporary details seamlessly connect living spaces with the surrounding environment. Three of the region’s most respected builders are bringing the homes to life, beginning with First Light and Hopewell, Point Hope’s inaugural neighborhoods.
In July 2022, new home opportunities will be available in Hopewell, Point Hope’s long-awaited second neighborhood. Anchored by the site of the historic Sanders House, future home of the Point Hope POA, Hopewell will feature coastal contemporary homes in a Lowcountry setting that incorporates a dog park, garden landscapes and additional community trails.
Our initial neighborhood, named “First Light,” is ideally located within an easy walk or bike ride to Point Hope’s schools and shopping. Its carefully conceived plan provides pleasing, tree-lined streetscapes, trails for exploration, a park, playing fields and an innovative playground…all amidst tranquil and scenic natural areas.
For over 70 years, Pulte has built homes with the homeowner in mind. Their foundation is quality construction and a simplified buying experience.