Hilton Head Plantation – A Paradise in Hilton Head Island

Hilton Head Plantation
A Jewel of Hilton Head Island

Knowing Hilton Head Plantation in South Carolina

Hilton Head Plantation ParadiseHilton Head Plantation, located on Hilton Head Island’s north end, is the island’s second-largest plantation and offers spectacular waterfront views of Skull Creek and Port Royal Sound. With over 4,000 acres, Hilton Head Island is surrounded by the Intracoastal Waterway, ensuring an excellent choice for buyers looking for the island’s premier location to live, work and play. Hilton Head  is home to over seven miles of nature and leisure trails, three miles of beach along Port Royal Sound, the award-winning Cypress Retirement Community and Ribaut Island (a private secluded neighborhood within Hilton Head Plantation which offers spectacular views of both the ocean and the marsh).

Hilton Head Plantation Has Excellent Amenities Suited For All Ages

• BeachesHilton Head Plantation Seaside
• Swimming pools
• Tennis courts,
• Seabrook Farms for gardening,
• Skull Creek Marina,
• Old Fort Pub restaurant, and the
• Community recreation center are some of the amenities Hilton Head Plantation provides.

Hilton Head Plantation Living

Hilton Head Plantation has properties that are for sale including residential homes, lots and villas. Residents who are living in residential homes are allowed to have some exterior changes; however, they have to submit applications to the housing authority for permission. For assurance of architectural conformity there exists an approval requirement. Thus, many problems or issues are avoided creating a clean and organized community.

The Hilton Head Plantation’s staff elects members who are responsible for the quality of the services the plantation offers. Furthermore, the staff maintains the state and condition ,which is continually updated and beautiful. This is the reason people from everywhere are truly awed with Hilton Head Plantation’s natural beauty.

Security in Hilton Head Plantation

Hilton Head Plantation SecuritySecurity is a huge benefit and reason people love living in  Hilton Head Plantation has a number of seasoned and experienced security men and women who know Hilton Head Plantation from every corner. The Hilton Head Security team ensures safety of the residents and guests on a 24/7 basis. Hilton Head Plantation’s objectives are met by interactions with the homeowners or residents when necessary, solving community-based problems and issues, adhering to ethical standards of conduct and respecting the law.

Natural Beauty and Wildlife in Hilton Head Plantation

This 137 acre conservancy is located within Hilton Head Island. HHI Land Trust members who live outside this Plantation may phone for a day pass. Formed as a shallow valley between ancient shoreline dunes, it consists primarily of freshwater black gum (or tupelo) forested swamp and open “savannah” swamp.

Hilton Head Plantation Beautiful place

Surrounding the wetlands is a swamp edge transition zone of thick, head-high bushes that separates the swamp from the pine dominated uplands. This breadth of habitats supports approximately 75 plant species and 100 wildlife species. There is a 1,100 foot, elevated boardwalk that allows access to the heart of the swamp, as well as three trails that allow further viewing of the various habitats. The Land Trust surveys the plants and animals of the Conservancy and places interpretive signage along the boardwalk and trails.

Come live in a paradise with everything you need from excellent shopping, restaurants and medical facilities. The award winning Hilton Head Island welcomes you. The Hilton Head Plantation is a really beautiful and tranquil place to live with everything you could want for a quality way of life.

 

Give Charles Sampson Group of Charter One Realty a call to find your perfect place to live.

Call 843-384-7300


Charles Sampson Group of Charter One Realty Hilton Head Plantation

Charles Sampson Group of Charter One Realty
81 Main St #202,
Hilton Head, SC 29926

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