Located off Hwy 278 just five miles from the bridge to Hilton Head Island, you'll find Belfair, a private, 1,100-acre community on the scenic marshes of the Colleton River. A magnificent Avenue of Oaks leads you into Belfair where you find two 18-hole championship Tom Fazio golf courses. There are nature trails and wildlife viewing areas, and a carefully preserved wading-bird rookery. A variety of facilities can be found at the Family Activity Center including a tennis club, indoor/outdoor pools, fitness club, playground, basketball court and picnic grounds. A grand clubhouse and a 29-acre state-of-the-art golf practice facility round out the community’s features.
Berkeley Hall is an 860-acre, private golf club community on the Okatie River, approximately seven miles west of Hilton Head Island. Two Tom Fazio golf courses are planned for this new neighborhood, without interior streets or homesites to interrupt the golf experience. A 30-acre Golf Learning Center, also designed by Fazio, will offer one of the finest practice facilities of any American private club. A clubhouse, a health and fitness center with exercise equipment and personal trainers, indoor and outdoor pools and tennis courts provides residents all the amenities expected of a private club community.
Located just two miles from the bridge to Hilton Head Island, this elegant community offers two top-ranked golf courses and wonderful views of the Colleton River. The entrance road winds two-and-a-half miles through the South Carolina Nature Preserve and takes you to a 1500-acre community with seven-and-a-half miles of saltwater marsh and more than a mile of deepwater on the Colleton River. Residents enjoy acclaimed courses by Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus, a golf practice facility, a Stan Smith-designed tennis facility, an activity and fitness center and a wonderful Charleston-style club-house that affords views of the Nicklaus course and sunsets on the Colleton River.
The Crescent offers fairway homes on the only Arnold Palmer golf course in the Hilton Head Island area. Stretched along the marshes of the Colleton River, this community offers golf and family amenities in a beautiful Lowcountry environment. The Crescent Point Clubhouse features a pro shop, informal grill, covered rocking chair verandas and a residents-only gathering room. Adjacent to the clubhouse, a Swim, Tennis and Fitness center features a large swimming pool, wide sundeck, covered outdoor dining and cookout area, tennis courts and an indoor fitness center.
The community of Eagles Point is located off Hwy 278, eight miles past the bridge to Hilton Head Island. A golf course designed by Davis Love III highlights the neighborhood, and the clubhouse includes a pro shop, restaurant and social/meeting room. The swimming pool complex features a junior Olympic pool, covered picnic area, fireplace, changing rooms, and an open-air cabana. Tennis courts are adjacent. Walking trails connect residential areas to the 7.5-acre man-made lake in the heart of the community.
A community built on a foundation of family values with its parks, bridges, and more than 500 affordable family homes, The Farm combines the benefits of country life with the conveniences of a city. It is located across the street from Bluffton’s new public school campus. The architecture of the homes is consistent with historic Bluffton.
Island West combines gated country club living in a traditional neighborhood setting. Located at the Island West Golf Club off Hwy 278, this community enjoys views of lagoons, woodlands, and the 18-hole Fuzzy Zoeller golf course. A special arrangement with the golf club offers preferred membership packages to homeowners. Residents enjoy tennis courts, a junior Olympic swimming pool, shuffleboard, and a clubhouse with a media center, card room and an aerobic facility.
Moss Creek Plantation is a private country club community with marsh views, deepwater opportunities and two championship Tom Fazio golf courses. Located just minutes from the Hilton Head Island Bridge, Moss Creeks 1042 acres are bordered on the west by a 1,200-acre state nature preserve and on the east by Lowcountry marshlands. A wide variety of recreational facilities are available; in addition to the golf courses and clubhouse, residents enjoy a deepwater marina, tennis center, pavilion for cookouts and parties, swimming pool, playground, the 11-acre Fording Island Nature Preserve, and a fully equipped equestrian center.
Located exactly 13 miles from the bridge to Hilton Head Island, halfway between Hilton Head and Beaufort, Oldfield offers 800 acres of beautiful landscaping and a plethora of outdoor activity. The activity center offers fitness, tennis and an indoor and outdoor pool. The golf clubhouse is located on an 18-hole course created by Greg Norman and a nighttime dining facility, the Riverhouse, provides a close-to-home escape from dining in. Families can enjoy activities on the Okatie River. An Outfitters Center in the development hosts a resident guide and offers kayaking, canoeing, fishing, shrimping and crabbing to the resident's of Oldfield. There will never be a boring weekend at an Oldfield residence. Planning on 500 lots, Oldfield residence can feel comfortable in their single-family custom homes protected by the neighborhood security gate.
Riverbend, an upscale neighborhood at Sun City, is located on a one-mile stretch of Okatie River headlands. These 316 homes have a private entrance off Hwy 170. A $2.3 million "Landings Lodge" complex features a Lowcountry-style clubhouse, dock with covered gazebo, and a free-form swimming pool with a fountain and cabana. Biking and walking trails are found throughout. In addition, Riverbend residents enjoy full access to all the amenities at Sun City.
About seven miles from the bridge to Hilton Head Island, Rose Hill Plantation is located off both sides of Hwy 278 in Bluffton. This 1,700-acre private community has approximately 2/3 of its residents living on the "golf course side" and the remaining 1/3 live on the "estate or equestrian side." Golfers enjoy 27 holes of golf and a private clubhouse at the Rose Hill Country Club. The homes on the estate side are built on gracious 2 1/2-to-3-acre lots near a fully equipped equestrian center, polo fields, and riding trails. Polo matches are held at Rose Hill Plantation in April and November; traditionally spectators enjoy tailgating while they watch the matches. The historic Rose Hill home is an original antebellum mansion that enhances the beauty of this stately plantation on the Colleton River.
Del Webb’s Sun City Hilton Head includes 5,600 acres and plans for 8,500 homes in a retirement community where activity abounds. This Del Webb community has attracted retirees to South Carolina from all over. Golfers enjoy two 18-hole golf courses, as well as a driving range, putting green and clubhouse. A large number of activities are centered in the 45-acre Community Recreation Campus and Town Square. Included are indoor and outdoor swimming pools; exercise rooms; fitness trails with exercise stations; tennis and bocce centers; croquet; an arts and craft center; and a social hall where some 68 clubs meet.