SIZE: Bull Point  is a 750-acre peninsula surrounded by saltwater marshes and tidal tributaries of the Huspah Creek. These waters flow into the Atlantic Ocean. It is a 1 hour boat ride from Bull Point to the Atlantic Ocean and less than a 25-minute boat ride to the Intercoastal waterway leading to downtown Beaufort.

 

HIGHER GROUND: Bull Point is classified in the “C” and “B” Flood Zone for FEMA and Beaufort County. Elevations are as high as 32’ above Mean Sea Level and flood insurance, although recommended, is not required for construction.  

 

TREE COVER: Bull Point’s 750-acres are classified as “upland maritime forest.” The tree and plant cover is a mixture of hardwoods with some scattered pines. The Plantation is blessed with massive specimen live oaks, magnolias, palmettos, cedar and hickory trees.

Bull Point – A birds eye view

HOME SITES: Home sites vary in size from .67 acres to over 10 acres. Only single family homes are allowed. Only 300 Owners will get to call Bull Point home 

 

NATURE and WILDLIFE: Nature and wildlife abound at Bull Point. With conservation in mind, families of Bull Point enjoy barred owls, eagles, osprey, egrets, herons, wood ducks and mallards. Small birds abound including cardinals, chickadees, bluebirds, hummingbirds, woodpeckers, gold finches and the spectacular painted buntings. Fox, white tail deer, and gray squirrels are also inhabitants of the plantation. In the waters of Huspah Creek, which surround Bull Point, dolphins are a frequent sight. Shrimp and blue crab are also plentiful in these serene waters.  Fishing for sea trout and red fish is excellent.