Neighborhoods of Coosaw Point


Below you will find a brief description of the lovely neighborhoods in Coosaw Point. Please take a moment to discover what might be right for you and your family. The homes in Coosaw Point have been designed to reflect the historic architecture in cities such as Beaufort, SC, Charleston and Savannah. Distinctive details and open floor plans make these homes ideal for almost any family. The indoor living areas are craftily designed to extend to the outdoors. Walking through double French doors to large covered porches, then stepping down to patios designed for outdoor cooking enable residents to delight in the pleasures of outdoor living and entertaining. Most homes are sited with views of ponds, parks or nature preserves. We have homes and plans available, or you may choose your own plan, subject to approval by our architectural review board.


The home sites in the Horseshoe area are some of the most prestigious and sought after in Coosaw Point. All of these home sites front on a beautiful, live oak studded park, have a view of the Coosaw River and are only a short stroll from The River Club, pool and boat basin. Residents selecting this neighborhood will want to build homes to the highest specifications in order to make the most of everything that these extraordinary home sites have to offer.


A lifestyle of days gone by is recreated in Coosaw Point’s Park Square. Front porches, white picket fences, kids on bikes and neighbors out for a casual stroll bring back memories of yesteryear. Residents and visitors delight in strolling the sidewalks along the narrow, tree-lined streets or taking a leisurely walk through Park Square’s 2 1/2 acre park. The homes in Park Square begin at 1700 square feet with many over 3,000 square feet.


Serene…sedate…secluded, yet still a part of Coosaw Point. This is the Woodlands! This beautiful piece of property covered with majestic live oaks magnolias and stately hardwoods is what the Lowcountry and Beaufort is all about. The homes in the Woodlands start with a minimum of 2,200 to 2,500 square feet.