Beresford Hall

Large Lots • Stunning Pool & Club House • Community Dock & Boat Ramp

About Beresford Hall

Harmony between man and the preservation of nature abounds in Beresford Hall. This one-time hunting retreat for the Guggenheim family has retained an untouched park-like setting. In this quiet setting wildlife meander through the streets and on the nature trails with equal frequency. No hard curbing to disturb the eye here. Just beautifully manicured lawns mixed with just the correct amount of undisturbed green space. There are over 600 Grand Trees throughout the property. Some of the most beautiful homes in the Lowcountry are found here. Beresford Hall is one of the few gated communities in Charleston. Read More

Beresford Hall Stats
Total Listings 5
Average Price $2,745,120
Highest Price $3,690,000
Lowest Price $1,995,600

Beresford Hall Homes For Sale

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Beresford Hall Homes For Sale

Beresford Hall PoolBeresford Hall is named after Richard Beresford who acquired the tract in 1706. The current development of about 200 homesites on 744 Acres was started in 1999 by Greenwood Development and currently is more than 85% completed. Some of the best Charleston architects and builders have collaborated to produce some truly outstanding homes, even if not all are visible from the street. Careful site planning and strict conservation guidelines provide natural screening along the few streets that wind through this tract. Embracing the areas maritime history Beresford Hall has empowered owners to keep their small boats at their residences if properly camouflaged, and has installed a boat launch within the development for convenience. A large day-use floating dock on Beresford Creek is available for use by those not fortunate enough to have their own dock.

Also unique to Beresford Hall is the ability of owners to construct (with ARB approval) up to two additional structures on their property. This could allow for the addition of a guest house, mother-in-law suite, boathouse or an extra garage. The end result is a stunning, unique community. The residents of Beresford Hall enjoy an array of amenities including hiking trails, gorgeous swimming pool, tennis and basketball courts, children's park, a community dock and boat ramp.


Beresford Hall Housing Options

Single Family Detached is the only type of home available in Beresford Hall and they are fantastic. Sizes range from 3000-8000 square feet and most are constructed with natural materials to blend with their woodland surroundings. Traditional Southern Style is most popular here but some contemporary, cottage and villa-style homes exist. Expect lots of large windows for capturing the view and gourmet chef kitchens for entertaining. Since most homes were constructed in the last few years they tend to have all the latest preferences, comforts and technologies. Many have outdoor kitchens and entertainment areas. Given the proximity to the water, some elevated homes are in evidence, making full use of the elevation for incredible views over coastal marshes. A natural bluff bisects the community and homes on the upper tiers nestle down into the trees. Median resale is about $1.1million and homes may range from the $700,000 to $3,000,000. If your heart is set on building your dream home Beresford Hall is a great place to do so. Homesites range from $200,000 to $900,000 with water access. Please be sure to ask us for some recommendations of reputable, quality home builders. Call 843-259-9913 for assistance.


Beresford Hall Lifestyle

Most people choose Beresford Hall for the serene natural setting. What a great place to return home to after a hectic day. With large homesites up to an acre, the community has a feeling of serenity and privacy. There is very little foot traffic except those walking the dog or taking a bit of exercise. The community is gated, automobile making traffic virtually nonexistent. Even the mail is delivered to a community mailbox. Residents spend their free time boating, fishing, hiking nature trails and generally enjoying the amenities and splendor of where they live. Of course, it will at some time be necessary to shop, run errands or meet friends for dinner and that can be accomplished by traveling about 10 minutes to Daniel Island or about 15 minutes to Mount Pleasant. A trip to the Charleston Airport is about 20 minutes by car. Several golf courses are within 15-20 minutes. More businesses open each day along the road to Beresford Hall, so trips like these will be even shorter soon. The shortest trip of all is taking the kids to school. The Philip Simmons Schools are about 3 miles away. Evenings in Beresford Hall could be a quiet night in your own home or barbeque at the neighbors. Neighborhood social events are held in the party house at The Ruins. A cool modern twist on a rebuilt brick kiln.




Beresford Hall - The Ruins

The Ruins- Community Clubhouse and party venue constructed from brick, glass and steel overlooking the beautifully shaped pool and Beresford Creek. Inside is a modern chef’s kitchen, wood-burning fireplace, and a terraced stage.

Swimming Pool- Located behind the facade of The Ruins for privacy this beautiful infinity edge pool is snuggled along the banks of Beresford Creek. A zero-entry edge makes it perfect for small children

Nature Hiking Trails - 3 separate trails that can be enjoyed together or one at a time. Total distance is about 8 miles. This is a great way to see nature up close. Expect to see deer, wild turkeys, Pheasant and all kinds of waterfowl.

Basketball Court with neighboring field sports grass area. These are great spaces for active families including 2 children’s playgrounds with modern safety equipment.

4 Parks- two well treed and 2 open green space.

Pirate Ship

Dog Park- Let your four-legged friend run wild and make new friends.

Meadow- This is possibly the most popular gathering spot in BH. Surrounded by woodlands and easily accessible, there is no better place to reflect on the day.

Day Use boat dock - Complete with an Ice House to stock the cooler. Meet your friends for a beautiful day on the water. One quick loop around Daniel Island and you are in the Wando River headed for the Charleston Harbor. A handy fish cleaning station awaits the lucky angler.

Boat launch ramp - Residents enjoy the ability to keep boats at their home and drop them in using the community boat ramp.

Campfire Pit and outdoor grills - Oyster Roast anyone?



Grades K-4 - Philip Simmons Elementary- This school opened its doors to the first classes in August 2016. This state of the art 178,000 square foot facility provides students with the latest in educational technologies. Focus on Steam (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) gives students a head start for a good career in the newest fields.

Grades 5-8 - Philip Simmons Middle School- Actually housed under the same roof as PSE students build on the foundation formed in the previous 5 years here. Elementary and middle school students use separate entrances and exits but will share common areas such as gymnasiums and cafeterias.

Grades 9-12 Philip Simmons High School- Third level education named after the famous Charleston Ironworker and artist. This school not only continues the STEAM program but will offer college credit, honors, and advanced placement courses. A beautiful sports stadium and field house are enjoyed by students. The home of the "Iron Horses."



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