I've been showing a lot of property in the Mount Pleasant subdivision of Belle Hall recently, so I thought I'd share some of the statistics and information for the neighborhood. If most of you don't know about this great Mount Pleasant community, it's becoming more and more popular. Because of the fantastic location to downtown Charleston and the Sullivans Island and Isle of Palms beaches, Belle Hall is quickly becoming a favorite for those retiring to Charleston, or those that would like to move up into a better location and quality of home.
Belle Hall is a newer neighborhood with a few different subsections. The most affordable subsections (and older) were built in the 90’s and are priced between 200K and 300K. Some of the newer subsections are built in the 2000’s and start in the low $500’s and can go up to the millions.
For the year, Belle Hall has sold pretty well in a difficult market. The higher price ranges had a little more difficult time in selling, than did the mid-level price ranges and the lower-level price ranges. Surprisingly, the mid-level price ranges did better than the lower-end of the price ranges. The number of homes that sold in 2009 in Belle Hall was 52, with the average square foot price being $177. The average “days on the market” for the entire neighborhood was 132. This was actually better than the average neighborhood for Mount Pleasant. One thing noteworthy (and not appealing) is the fact that there were more homes that were withdrawn than sold.
For more information about Belle Hall and homes for sale in Belle Hall, please visit our page on Belle Hall Subdivision in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
Mike Ciucci specializes in the Charleston SC real estate market. He has been a Charleston resident for over 35 years, focusing on quality and attention to detail his clients have come to expect.