The Short & Sweet

Sea Pines is equal parts resort and residential. It’s a collection of everything that people love about the Lowcountry, in one picturesque location.

The History

The year was 1957 when Charles Fraser, often considered the architect of Hilton Head Island’s phenomenal growth, planned for Sea Pines to become the island’s very first private plantation community.

Decades have passed, and Sea Pines has consistently remained at the forefront of the island’s growth – consistently raising the bar to offer residents unforgettable experiences to last a lifetime.

The Homes

Due to the area’s status as Hilton Head’s first planned community, most of the homes in Sea Pines are older. The area’s homes rely on an architectural style of “bringing the outside indoors,” and having a home that blends with the existing natural elements flawlessly. The array of prices, accommodations, and lifestyle ensures that you can always feel at home living at Sea Pines.

The Lifestyle

If variety is the spice of life, Sea Pines has loads of flavor! Starting with a selection of championship golf courses, including the phenomenal Harbour Town Links, which is home to the RBC Heritage Classic (the island’s signature event).

On top of all that, you have private beach access (5 out of the island’s 12 miles of beach reside here), miles upon miles of trails (for walkers, joggers, or cyclists), swimming pools, tennis courts, and even a trolley system that makes getting around easy.

Last, but not least, you have Harbour Town Marina. This is the beating heart of the community, with shops, boutiques, restaurants (like the Salty Dog Café in South Beach), and that iconic striped lighthouse to wake up alongside each morning.

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Buying On The Island

Work with us, and we’ll help you find, and get, the perfect place to call home – on the perfect plantation or community. Come to the Lowcountry and see for yourself.