The Town of Hilton Head Island will host a Grinding of the Greens program as a way to recycle natural Christmas trees after the holiday season.
You may bring your undecorated Christmas trees between December 26, 2020 and January 15, 2021 to the following locations:
Coligny Beach (Big Parking Lot) Paved area on the South Forest Beach Side.
Old Gullah Flea Market Site (Designated area of Highway 278 and Chamberlain Drive). Please use the designated area for Christmas trees only.
Jones Brothers Tree Service will provide the grinding service. Free mulch from the Christmas trees will be available for pick up at the two designated sites with the first grinding to occur after January
NYTimes.com just posted a story about 6 emerging areas for those who want to live by the Shore and Bluffton SC found istelf on the list! Check out the article below to see what other 5 areas made the list of emerging towns for shore living.
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Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Hilton Head Bluffton Realty celebrates another luxury listing sold! 19 Red Cardinal Rd in Sea Pines of Hilton Head Island is one of the most expensive Oceanfront homes sold in the last 10 years on this street! This home was just built in May of 2020 and under contract in less than 30 days.
Our Luxury Collection Specialist, Nancy Presley, has been selling homes in the Sea Pines area for over 30 years and dominates the high-end market in Hilton Head Island. She represented the seller in this endeavor. Learn more about Nancy Presley and the differentiating luxury services she provides for her clients.
One of the many attributes of the marvelous South Carolina Lowcountry that visitors and new residents of the area find fascinating is the area’s history.
You can stroll down the lanes of large and small communities, drop into a fifty-year-old restaurant or spend a few hours inside a 177-year-old home. Once in this residence you will experience the culture and history of Bluffton, from inside one of the few structures left standing after the end of the Civil War.
For those who enjoy ‘feeling’ history, visiting some of the historic sites in Bluffton and on Hilton Head Island, the experience is sometimes a bit surreal, like being transported back in time 100, 200 or even 300 years.
Now let your imagination run a little wild and envision living in a
Renovations to the common areas in Sun City continue just as the Lowcountry begins to have that nip of Fall in the air. This is the time of year when residents begin considering a move before the holidays arrive. Some need more space and others begin to downsize. In either situation, there are a few items to consider when choosing real estate on the north side or the south side of Sun City.
Which Is The Right Choice For Me?
The original neighborhoods on the south side of Highway 278 are very established with mature landscaping and many of the amenities available to all residents. The north side is a bit newer and the houses have updated floor plans and styles.
Some of the considerations include homeowner dues, taxes and home amenities that
When Del Webb dubbed the nearly ten-thousand-acre development nestled between the borders of Beaufort and Jasper Counties in the South Carolina Lowcountry Sun City, he was right on.
To summarize an amalgamation of resources into a simple definition, a ‘city is distinguished from other human settlements by its relatively great size, but also by its functions and activities’.
Inside the borders of this unique development there is so much going on that it would take several posts to this blog to do justice in describing them all. Just to enumerate the larger amenities creates an impressive list:
Three golf courses (two full-length, one executive):
Lowcountry dining has been an experience in healthy, nourishing, fresh foods for as far back as human history in the South Carolina Lowcountry can be traced, 8,000 BC.
Shrimp and Grits, probably the most popular and most consumed dish of the Lowcountry, has been being prepared in much the same way since the mid sixteenth century when it was introduced to the European settlers by the South Carolina coastal tribes of Native Americans.
We are not exactly sure when Native Americans devised the making of Grits from corn, but we do know that Indians were growing maize (an ancestor of modern corn) in South Carolina long before Vasquez de Ayllon, an official in Hispaniola, settled five-hundred colonists on the coast in 1526
When you first research living in South Carolina’s Lowcountry you are immediately confronted with the amazing number and diversity of activities available to residents and visitors. Trip Advisor lists twenty-five. Well some of them are not for everyone, like extreme watersports.
The extreme activity depicted on the right is called Water Jetpack Riding and yes, it is available as a recreation activity in the Bluffton-Hilton Head Island area. Not within the confines of the Moss Creek community but within a twenty-minute drive.
The amazing thing about Moss Creek is that within the borders of this one-thousand-acre gated community are so many of the sports, interests and pastimes sought after by people of every age group and background.
Have you experienced the pristine beauty of Palmetto Bluff? Do you love good music? Dont' miss the last event in the Summer Concert Series at Palmetto Bluff. This event is fun for all ages, and takes place in Moreland Village with the beauftiful May River as the backdrop.
When: Tuesday August 7th, Gates open at 5:00 p.m. Concert begins at 6:30 p.m.
How much?: $25 per car (load 'em up!) at the gate. Proceeds benefit Family Promise of Beaufort County, whose mission is to provide temporary shelter, family stability and permanent housing solutions for homeless families with children by mobilizing community resources.
Bring your own chairs or a blanket to spread out on. And, your favorite Tuesday night date! Food and beverages will