Pat MadsenWe are excited to welcome Pat Madsen to Hilton Head Bluffton Realty!  Pat's love for golf made his decision to move from Idaho to the Lowcountry easy.  He has researched and spent time on the different courses and is your local advisor on choosing which golf lifestyle meets your needs.    In addition to golf, he enjoys working with both first-time home buyers to seasoned sophisticated consumers with multiple purchases under their belt.   He has various levels of experience working in new construction and custom-built homes, to residential developments, and even commercial properties.  Pat understands that real estate has dynamic conditions and he excels in this environment.  He is passionate about working with people who are in the process of making one…

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Thanksgiving dinner is the ultimate combination of delicious traditional food, a comfortable atmosphere, and friendly conversation. Thankfully you can fill those requirements and your plate at one of the savory restaurants on Hilton Head Island! Our trustworthy recommendations will guide you to your ideal Thanksgiving dining experience, where the sweet memories of the meal will outlast the leftovers! We highly encourage you to make a reservation and have phone numbers listed for your convenience.


AlexandersAlexanders in Palmetto Dunes, (866)921-6639, offers fine dining with serene lagoon views. Their master chef prepares a Prix Fixe Thanksgiving feast with multiple courses, including herb-roasted turkey with cornbread and sausage stuffing, butternut squash…

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Amanda Peeples

We are excited to welcome Amanda Peeples to our Bluffton regional office.   Amanda is a native of South Carolina and has called the Lowcountry home since 2002.  She and her husband, Jason, have 3 children who all attend Beaufort County schools.  Amanda is active with the schools, regularly attending school board meetings and volunteering at various school events.  This experience gives her the knowledge needed for families relocating to the Lowcountry.   Plus, her experience in customer service and the computer field assures clients that she will be prepared to provide them with first-rate service. Working with her, you can expect extremely high standards of honesty and confidentiality.   Amanda is a very caring agent and strives to make the buying…

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Discover hidden details artfully woven throughout this shoe-shaped island that make this admirable town stand out! Hilton Head is a tropical paradise that economically grows while taking huge strides in preservation and has successfully created its mark on the world.

 Sea Pines CalibogueWith only 300 island residents in 1956, Charles Fraser developed an environmentally friendly Sea Pines Resort. At the same time, a swing bridge brought more residents, visitors, and investors to this gorgeous land. The vision to improve and not destroy the island's natural appeal spread into additional neighborhoods. Expansion continued, and Hilton Head's four-lane bridge, built in 1982, quickly connected the island with outside communities at the shoe's opening. Today nearly 40,000…

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Step in from the outdoors and into the core of Hilton Head Island and discover its Innovative local businesses. Inside the island's family-friendly venues, youngsters are easily entertained with numerous options! When a climate-controlled atmosphere is preferred over the outdoor weather, these tried and tested activities are islanders' favorites!   

  1. Sandbox Hilton HeadThe Sandbox Children's Museum has two locations; the first is in Hilton Head's Celebration Park at 80 Nassau Street, and the second is in Bluffton's Tanger Outlets 2 at 1414 Fording Island Road, Suite E180. Small hands with big smiles joyfully interact with creatively designed exhibits for children under 12 years old. Children learning while playing is an ideal way to spend your island time! Visit the…

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What should we do today? Inside Hilton Head, you will discover an exceptional inner layer that starts with high-quality local businesses! Beyond Hilton Head's famous sandy shores, various one-of-a-kind indoor activities will expand your social plans from the inside out! This list of top-ten INDOOR entertainment picks confirms that Hilton Head is unique and boosts A LOT OF FUN!  

  1. Hilton Head Comedy clubComedy Magic Cabaret at 843 William Hilton Parkway, Hilton Head, (843)681-7757, features dynamic comedians that easily connect and amuse the audience with their captivating and clean shows. For over nine years, the mid-island, upscale venue's two-hour stand-up acts have delighted adults; teens may attend with an adult. Laugh out loud repeatedly with various…

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Today, across the Low Country, quality schools are positively shaping the minds of our youth to form a better and wiser community! Whether your student’s best fit is large or small, innovative or traditional, Hilton Head has a fantastic inventory of private schools.

Private Schools

Hilton Head Christian Academy relocated in 2021 to a modern and spacious campus at 3008 Bluffton Parkway and offered bussing to transport students to and from the island. , Since 1979 the school has taught quality academic and spiritual classes. HHCA provides multi-level courses, including AP and CP.  Students can participate in 16 extra-curricular activities, fine arts, and award-winning athletics.

  •   Quick facts
  •   Approximately 545 students
  •   The…

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Schools in session! Hilton Head Island public schools are essential in our community as they influence, train, and educate most of our youth. The next generation has ample opportunity for success with Beaufort county’s various levels of academics and career readiness. 

Beaufort County Public Schools

Hilton Head High School is an International Baccalaureate School located at 70 Wilborn Road on the island's north end. The school was voted Palmetto’s finest in 2012 and often stands out as a top candidate for the award in South Carolina. A benefit to island residents is the option to receive an IB diploma, the highest ranking of high school studies. CTE, Career and Technical training, prepares students to enter the workforce or college. HHIHS teaches…

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Sea Pines Forest Preserve Fishing DocksHilton Head Island’s true and beautiful environment can be found undisturbed in Sea Pines Forest Preserve at 175 Greenwood Drive, located inside the incredible Sea Pines community. You can hike the scenic 3.3-mile walking trail to discover historic landmarks and experience a peaceful wildlife habitat. A stroll on the boardwalk, around the picturesque lagoon, or along the shaded nature path will let you escape from today’s busy world into 605 acres of refreshingly calm outdoor space.  

History

  •   Native American tribes once called Sea Pines Forest Preserve home. The nomadic Indians would hunt and fish in the Atlantic Ocean and fresh water in the maritime forest. You can visit the 4000-year-old Indian Shell Ring, a nationally registered historic…

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Children on Beach with Turtle NestOne of Hilton Head Island’s first residents arrived in a remarkably designed and sturdy mobile home. The loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta), with its heart-shaped carapace, or shell, found our tropical climate and soft, sandy beaches to be the ideal nesting place. Its solid house, a protective exterior shell that covers most of its body, also functions as a float that allows the turtle to rest its flippers and enjoy the refreshing waters surrounding Hilton Head Island. 

One loggerhead sea turtle is a 35-year-old Hilton Head Island native. It’s early May, and she is finally feeling mature enough to start her own family! After mating at sea, our familiar coastline calls her home, and she is drawn back to Hilton Head’s pristine shore to lay her eggs in…

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