Oldfield Real Estate and Information
Oldfield blends true southern plantation living with an active, outdoor community lifestyle. Along with the areas only Greg Norman designed golf course, residents enjoy kayaking, crabbing, shrimping, fly-fishing, tennis, biking, and walking. There are even guides available to help you coordinate your outdoor adventures! Oldfield real estate listings and POA fees are in the upper price tier.
Oldfield Real Estate: The Neighborhood
The private residential community of Oldfield is located on the Okatie River, between Beaufort and Bluffton. Oldfield offers abundant outdoor adventure on the Okatie, including fly-fishing, kayaking, shrimping and crabbing — activities that are the soul of the Lowcountry. Oldfield’s ambiance recalls Southern hospitality. Every green space and trail encourages you to know your neighbor. Homes and cottages are built in the traditional Lowcountry style, fitting perfectly into this gently rolling landscape and designed to inspire a calmer pace to life.
Amenities at Oldfield include the Greg Norman Golf Course, the only Norman-designed course in the Lowcountry.
The Outfitters Center caters to all things river-oriented from fly-fishing, boating and kayaking.
The Sports Club features a heated lap pool, an outdoor pool, cardio and strength training machines, tennis and a sauna.
Turkey Hill Plantation at Oldfield offers 21,000 acres of grasslands and ponds.
The Oldfield Equestrian Center offers instruction and boarding.
Total Homes/Lots: 500
Total Villas: 0
Setting: River, Marsh, Wooded, Golf
Long Term Rentals: Yes
Short Term Rentals: No
Tennis Courts: Yes
Fitness Center: Yes
Equestrian Center: No
Oldfield was designed to create a sense of a simpler time and truly conveys the nostalgia of the past. It is welcoming to families of all ages and provides one of the best cross-sectioned neighborhoods in the area. In addition to golf, tennis, etc., it also features equestrian facilities and concierge boating. Definitely, Oldfield is worth a look.
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