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This is one of my favorite places in all of Beaufort. The Historic Point is filled with amazing architecture, beautiful old trees and moss, and real history that one can feel it just walking or driving through.
The historic Beaufort area is great. Walked around for a couple of hours looking at beautiful old homes that have been well maintained. A must stop if you are in the area. Downtown Beaufort is also worth the time.
My wife and I spent October , 2018 in Beaufort on the Point. From here, downtown Beaufort is an easy five minute walk. We rented a place on Craven . This street, as are so many in the Point, is lined with live oak trees...More
Adjacent to historic downtown Beaufort, S.C., on the harbor this hisrtoric resdiential neighborhood has pre-civil war homes on the historic register, and homes where a handful of great movies were made, two from the novels of Pat Conroy. It can be easily seen on your...More
We took a Sea Island Carriage ride through the point. Our driver was very knowledgeable and shared many interesting historical facts about the homes, inhabitants and homes. Taking a carriage ride is a great way to explore the area. Go back on your own to...More
The point is loaded with beautiful Antebellum homes surrounded by lush gardens and framed with tall oaks draped in Spanish Moss. This is truly a step back to another era. Go, drive slowly or walk. It is worth the time spent.
I was told by the visitor center that it's everything east of Carteret street. The eastern border is the Beaufort River. It's full of smaller houses and larger mansion, some of which have been used for Hollywood movies... More
I was told by the visitor center that it's everything east of Carteret street. The eastern border is the Beaufort River. It's full of smaller houses and larger mansion, some of which have been used for Hollywood movies. However there are big and beautiful southern mansions all over Bay street as well. Stop at the Visitor center on Carteret road when you arrive. You can drive around the pointe and take pictures of some of the smaller houses. I think the best tour of the Pointe is the 2 hour van tour “The Spirit of Old Beaufort”. The husband and wife team have been at it since the 1970s.