A stunning 8,000 square foot Lowcountry masterpiece, this estate sits on 2.83 acres with 279 feet of frontage and a private dock on the Colleton River. The main home features three bedrooms, and a guest cottage offers three additional bedrooms. Impeccable craftsmanship and beautiful architecture work to create this fine estate. Important rooms include a massive great room complete with a vaulted ceiling and exposed beams and a large fireplace, a master bedroom wing, a private office, a gourmet eat-in kitchen with top of the line appliances, a home theater, a spa, and a waterfront screened porch with fireplace. Additional features include a Lutron lighting system, a music sytem throughout the house, and a large garage. Designed by award-winning Bay 10 Ventures, Inc., this home is of the finest quality and boasts attention to detail throughout.
Spring Island is located between Hilton Head Island and Beaufort, SC. One-third of the islands 3,000 acres are dedicated as a nature preserve. Less than 400 families call the island home with a maximum capacity around 400 homes.
The golf course is considered by many to be one of the very best in the country. Arnold Palmer designed Spring Island's Old Tabby Links. Old Tabby Links signature hole, number 17, has been ranked third within the Kings Dream 18. Its a beautiful 180 yarder on a thin spit of land sandwiched between the golden marshes of the Chechessee River on the right, and the spring-fed rookery on the left. The course was ranked 19th among the top 100 residential courses in America by Golf Week Magazine (2004). The initiation fee is $125,000 with semi-annual dues of $3,820; POA dues are $2,450 annually.
Facilities include a modern 24-stall barn surrounded by 15 grass paddocks. There are two riding rings, one for hunters and jumpers, and one for pleasure and beginning riders. The equestrian facility is set among live oaks, pines and palmettos and covers about 20 acres. Members enjoy the 35 miles of trails that wander through open fields, through tall forests, along the marsh and ponds that contribute so much to the beauty of the Island and riding experience. The equestrian manager gives lessons and plans a variety of trips and events.
The tennis facility includes a four first class har-true clay courts. The courts are maintained with an underground watering system, which keeps them in excellent condition. Two gazebos surround the courts.
Thousands of acres of salt water are easily accessible to Spring Island. The Colleton and Chechessee Rivers are in plain view and flow into Port Royal Sound and the Atlantic Ocean. Redfish, Cobia, Tarpon, Jack and Spanish mackerel are all popular species in these waters. Inlets, creeks and rivers board the coastline and the cities of Hilton Head and Beaufort are easily accessible by water.
The fitness center is located in the Sports Garden along with the swimming pool, badminton, volleyball and tennis courts. With separate areas for cardio workouts, strengthening, and group exercise, the workout area is complete with cybex machines, free weights, ellipticals and treadmills. Also provided are aerobic, pilates, stretching and yoga classes.
Members may choose to join The Hunt Club, which provides quail hunting in the classic manner, with mule drawn wagon and hunters on horseback. Members hunt Pleasant Hill Plantation, a beautiful 2,600 acre leased property that is about 45 minutes from Spring Island. Meals and overnight accommodations in the Plantation house are enjoyed at Pleasant Hill during the season.
In addition, the club regularly books a variety of musical talent, including cabaret pianists, choral groups, gospel music groups, classical guitarists, New Orleans jazz bands and Chamber Music quartets.