With a name that means “land between waters,” Hobcaw Pointe is situated between two tidal creeks at the confluence of the Wando and Cooper rivers. These deepwater creeks, Hobcaw and Molasses, offer plenty of space for docks, slips and wildlife. Dolphins and schools of red drum can frequently be viewed within the neighborhood. Residents of Hobcaw Pointe are also eligible for membership to the prestigious Hobcaw Yacht Club, which sponsors a popular Summer sailing regatta each year. Community amenities include a clubhouse, which is frequently used for neighborhood functions, an outdoor pool, a dock and ramp facilities. The community is also located conveniently near to Downtown Charleston, while Sullivan’s Island beaches are located less than 15 minutes way. Homes in Hobcaw Pointe are situated on half-acre lots boasting mature vegetation, including oak trees, pine trees and colorful azaleas. Many of the Traditional style homes within the family-friendly community offer beautiful views of the water, with several being located directly on one of the two creeks. While there are still some small ranch style homes available within the community, many have been newly renovated and feature all of the modern amenities that would be expected within a luxury home.