Spanish Wells Plantation Real Estate and Information
Hilton Head Island, SC
Spanish Wells Plantation is one of the most unique residential communities on Hilton head Island. This small, 340-acre community fronts both the Calibogue Sound and Broad Creek and is surrounded by tall oaks draped with Spanish Moss. Home prices for Spanish Wells Plantation real estate are in the upper tier.
Many of the homes within Spanish Wells have private docks and have wooded views or water views. Although the plantation does not have a security gate, the amenities are only available to members and their guests.
Spanish Wells Plantation Real Estate: The Neighborhood
Most homes in Spanish Wells Plantation are on lots in excess of one acre and shaded by grand oak trees draped with Spanish moss. Many homes have private docks and those on the water enjoy sunsets over Calibogue Sound or Broad Creek.
Tennis – There is a Racquet Club at Spanish Wells that features two tennis courts with hard surfaces.
Marina – private, individual docks.
The Golf Course at Spanish Wells Plantation
Like the plantation itself, the Golf Club at Spanish Wells is Hilton Head’s best kept secret. Set in a remote corner of the island, it is unique because it features only nine holes – rare for the local golf scene. Yet, here lies a well-designed course by the renowned golf architect, George Cobb, who laid out a facility that offers unusual challenges. The simple beauty of this golf club can be credited to separate tee boxes that transform each of the nine holes into a dual challenge. The front nine is played from one set of tees. The very same holes, played from different angles from the tees, offer the golfer a new perspective. The venture will turn the most jaded golfer into a Spanish Wells fan.
Total Homes/Lots: 209
Total Villas: 0
Setting: Broad Creek, Calibogue Sound, Wooded, Golf, Lagoon
Long Term Rentals: Yes
Short Term Rentals: No
Tennis Courts: Yes
Fitness Center: No
Equestrian Center: No
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