Located within the City of Charleston, Point Hope is an extension of the incredible walkability, history and culture that have earned the city countless accolades. Residents will benefit from the City of Charleston’s extensive municipal services, as well as additional services and amenities in Berkeley County. The city’s famed historic district and the region’s beaches, festivals and countless attractions are all within an easy drive, ready to be explored.
The oldest city in South Carolina, Charleston is home to beautifully preserved historic homes, 18th-century estates and gardens, and churches.
Arts & Culture
Charleston’s cultural offerings are both exceptional and historic with the country’s first theater, Dock Street Theatre, located here, along with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, the Gibbes Museum of Art, and countless other theaters, museums and galleries.
Point Hope’s nearest beaches, Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island, are both less than 20 miles away.
Charleston is one of the country’s top culinary destinations, home to numerous James Beard Award-winning chefs and restaurants offering everything from fresh seafood and traditional southern dishes to avant-garde cuisine.
The Holy City has a range of shopping delights, from eclectic boutiques, local artisans and antique shops to national retailers and big-box stores.
The Charleston region offers a vital health and wellness community. Several nationally recognized hospital systems serve the area, including the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC).
Kayaking, Fishing, Paddleboarding and More
The various rivers, tidal creeks and the Atlantic Ocean that define our coastal region make water activities a part of everyday life in Charleston and Point Hope.
A wide variety of public and resort courses are available to golfers, along with a handful of exceptional private golf and country clubs.
Travel & Leisure World’s Best Award
Named the #1 City in the U.S. and Canada by Travel + Leisure magazine’s World’s Best Awards for nine years in a row (2011-2020) and Top City in the World in 2012 and 2016.
Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Award
Named the #1 Small City in the U.S. by Condé Nast Traveler magazine’s Readers’ Choice Awards for ten years in a row (2010-2020) and #1 City in the World in 2012.
Heart of the Region
Just across the Cooper and Wando Rivers from Charleston’s historic downtown, Point Hope is a quick commute to all of the conveniences of the city.
Beyond the fresh-from-the-dock seafood and King Street’s buzzed-about boutiques, Charleston is simply a smart city in which to live and work. Easy access to the Charleston International Airport, highly ranked hospitals and universities and booming tech and manufacturing industries make it clear why so many families put down roots here.