The Short & Sweet

This is for those who crave something a little bit more exclusive. Long Cove provides signature, private “club living” to each of its residents.

The History

Flashback to the 1980s and developers in this area were looking for a way to masterfully preserve this unique path of land’s live oaks, magnolia trees, and palmetto palms.

The result was a community situated in a serene, wooded environment that we now call Long Cove. This is a place with an exclusive community feel, all year long, for those lucky enough to call it home.

The Homes

Long Cove’s homes are exceptional because of how they have come to rely on the area’s natural beauty. Each home feels like its own private retreat, with views of either the creek, the marsh, the lagoon, or the golf course. That kind of rare exclusivity, when you’re already in paradise, is priceless. The majority of homes here can be found in the $450,000 – $750,000 price range.

The Lifestyle

Life in Long Cove is centered around the Long Cove Club. This provides residents with immediate access to a members-only golf course, designed by the iconic Pete Dye, which has been rated as one of the best on Hilton Head and in the country.

There’s also the deep-water marina, with private slips, club kayaks, and crabbing expeditions at the end of the dock. For days spent on shore, you have the tennis facility, the pool, the dog park, and even the quiet peace of the community garden.

Who could forget the clubhouse? This is the heart of Long Cove, and it embodies the type of Southern elegance that’s impossible to ignore. This is where the community comes together, in a spacious and beautiful setting, uniquely reflective of quiet mornings and lively nights in the Lowcountry.

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