Welcome to Seabrook Point

Seabrook Point Subdivision is a private residential community located on the Whale Branch River in northern Beaufort County, South Carolina. The actual physical feature known as Seabrook Point is formed by a sharp turn in the Whale Branch River. The Seabrook Point community was converted from a commercial pecan orchard owned by McLeod Farms, although the community area has been farmed since the 1600s.

Seabrook Point property owners enjoy the use of spacious community-owned dock and ramp facilities. The dock and ramp are located where the Whale Branch River opens into a large lake-like expanse, ideal for fishing, water-sports and shrimping (in season). Forested and undeveloped islands lie on the other side of the river.

Seabrook Pont is a community of xx homesites. Lots average close to one acre, offering uncrowded living. The community has both waterfront and interior homesites. Some homes, many with deep water access, line the the Whale Branch River and tidal creeks. Others are located among the many remaining pecan trees and stately live oaks.


The Seabrook Point subdivision is a "Planned Unit Development" (PUD) and is regulated by a well-defined set of By-Laws and Covenants. Property owners form the Seabrook Point Property Owners Association which meets annually. An elected Board of Directors administers the By-Laws and Covenants.

Seabrook Point is located a short distance from Beaufort, midway between Charleston and Savannah, just off US 21. This area has been the home of Native Americans for thousands of years, and was first settled by Europeans in the 1600s. In addition to spectacular natural scenery, the area has a unique combination of historical interest and modern conveniences.

The beautiful ante bellum town of Beaufort is near by, as are Hilton Head Island, and many points of historical interest such as the ruins of the Old Sheldon Church. Residents of Seabrook Point have travel options not available to many. In addition to modern, high-speed roads, the Whale Branch River provides access to Port Royal Sound and St. Helena Sound, and to the Intracoastal Waterway by way of the Coosaw and Broad Rivers.

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