Located on the southernmost tip of Hilton Head Island, Sea Pines is an oceanfront resort community offering award-winning golf and tennis, a 603-acre Lowcountry nature preserve, five miles of South Carolina beaches, and the famed Harbour Town Marina, recognized for its landmark red-and-white-striped lighthouse.
This acclaimed coastal community covers more than a third of Hilton Head Island, a venerable Atlantic Coast resort destination located 45 miles by car from Savannah and less than an hour from Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport.
The range of recreational opportunities at Sea Pines extends throughout the seasons, with golf, tennis, ocean sports, fishing, horseback riding and abundant shopping, dining and entertainment. Four championship golf courses include Hilton Head's original oceanfront course, the Heron Point by Pete Dye course, the celebrated Harbour Town Golf Links, home of the PGA Tour's RBC Heritage golf tournament and the private members only course at Sea Pines Country Club.
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Acreage 5,000 acres (2,023 hectares)
Gatehouse Gated entry with around-the-clock security.
Golf Four distinct golfing experiences, including the historic Ocean Course (the first golf course built on Hilton Head), two Pete Dye signature designs – Heron Point by Pete Dye and the Harbour Town Golf Links, and the private members only Sea Pines Country Club. The Hilton Head Golf Academy at The Sea Pines Resort provides customized instruction for groups and individuals.
Clubhouse Resort-style clubhouse facilities, including various dining options, recreational and event spaces and two beach clubs.
Tennis Racquet club facility with 23 clay courts, a 1,800-seat stadium court, a pro shop and an active program of instruction, clinics, tournaments and social activities.
Marina Full-service Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway marina on-site with slips and boat rentals, sightseeing and dinner cruises.
Equestrian On-site equestrian center offers guided trail rides through the 603-acre Sea Pines Forest Preserve, plus pony rides, a petting zoo, summer camps and riding instruction for all ages and skill levels.
Recreation Year-round program of recreational activities, including wildlife excursions, bicycle tours and rentals, volleyball, water sports, youth programs, community gardens, concerts, arts and crafts and holiday events. Hilton Head is a destination for power boating, sailing, kayaking and other ocean sports.
Walking Trails 26 miles of biking and walking trails wind around the community.
Fishing Charter services out of the Harbour Town Yacht Basin for inshore, near-shore and deep-sea fishing. Catches range from croakers, bluefish and spotted sea trout to sea bass, wahoo, tuna and billfish.
Swimming & Fitness Multiple swimming pools within the development, plus a full-service fitness center with aerobics and weight training equipment and an ongoing schedule of exercise classes.
Shopping The Harbour Town area is home to a selection of clothing and gift shops, craft galleries, outdoor equipment retailers and a general store selling groceries and other essentials. The Shops at Sea Pines Center and South Beach Marina are also nearby.
Health Care The 93-bed Hilton Head Hospital located about 15 minutes north of the development provides 24-hour emergency care and other inpatient and outpatient services.
Lots For Sale Priced from $119,000 to $5,000,000
Condos For Sale Priced from $170,000 to $1,575,000
Courtyard/Patio/Villas For Sale Priced from $170,000 to $1,575,000
Townhomes For Sale Priced from $499,000 to $1,849,000
"There's always something fun to do in Sea Pines!"
As a real estate professional I see a lot of homes and communities and I find something to like about most of them but living in Sea Pines is really something special. I can ride my bike to the beach, to the Harbour Town Bakery for coffee, to Harbour Town for a stroll around the shops or lunch at one of the restaurants. Looking for entertainment? There is often live entertainment in Harbour Town, at the Beach Club or at South Beach Marina. Feel like a quiet walk in the woods, don't miss the Sea Pines Forest Preserve. If you enjoy the majesty of the live oaks with their draping spanish moss you can take the Legacy Oaks Tour. Spending an evening with friends watching the sunset over Daufuskie Island from the private owners beach access at Tower Beach is one of our favorite past times. Hungry? Don't miss dinner at one of the excellent Sea Pines Resort restaurants or the world famous Salty Dog at South Beach Marina. Whether your interests go to ecology, golf, tennis, horseback riding, hiking, biking, dining or just relaxing on the beach you can enjoy it in Sea Pines without ever going outside the gates.
As a real estate professional I see a lot of homes and communities and I find something to like about most of them but living in Sea Pines is really something special. I can ride my bike to the beach, to the Harbour Town Bakery for coffee, to Harbour Town for a stroll around the shops or lunch at one of the restaurants. Looking for entertainment? ...