Overlooking the convergence of the Cooper and Wando Rivers and just across from uninhabited Drum Island and the downtown Charleston peninsula, the Harbour Watch subdivision is unique for its unbelievable views of the water and the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge. The neighborhood features 67 homes built between 1990 and 2003 and some open lots. Some of the homes are situated on small marsh-locked islands and have docks into the tidal creeks. Home size ranges from about 2,400 square feet on up to around 4,000 square feet.