One of coastal South Carolina’s most exclusive
examples of luxury living in a pristine sea island setting, Spring Island
offers stunning natural vistas, historic charm, premiere amenities, as well
as magnificent homes and home sites.
Spring Island is a private, gated community
exquisitely located between Beaufort and Hilton Head on an oak-shaded
3,000-acre island surrounded by vast expanses of golden marshes, tidal
creeks and sparkling river estuary. Membership on the island is limited to
400 homes, but offers the ultimate in pleasurable lifestyle with select,
waterfront properties, bountiful wildlife habitats, world-class recreational
facilities, and a year-round subtropical climate.
Spring Island estate homes range from $1.3 to
$7 million, featuring lots from 2 to 10 acres, private docks, and deluxe
antebellum and renaissance architectural designs. Lush home sites from ¼ to
1.6 acres along golf course, forest and waterfront settings range from
$250,000 to $1.6 million.
Amenities on Spring Island are marvelous and
many, highlighted by The Old Tabby Links – a signature Arnold Palmer 18-hole
golf course, staffed by three PGA professionals, and featuring an 8-acre
practice facility and driving range. The island’s outstanding Equestrian
Center includes a 24-stall barn, 15 grass paddocks, and 35 miles of
horseback riding trails.
The Mobley Nature Center features a captivating
1,200 natural park, and is staffed by three full-time naturalists who offer
field trips and educational programs designed to protect the abundant
Two private clubhouses, The River House and The
Golf House, offer property owners excellent dining facilities in serene,
natural settings; a community dock, Walker Landing, includes 30 boat slips
and storage facilities; and the island features a sporting clay range,
tennis courts, a fitness facility, as well as community art and music
Spring Island gets its name from the fresh water
streams that nurture the landscape, providing a wealth of bream and bass for
fishing. Deep sea charters for tarpon, billfish and red drum are also
available on the island, with the Atlantic Ocean only a few miles away by
For history buffs, the remains of the 19th
century George Edwards Plantation offer a rare glimpse at the unique “tabby”
style architecture of the southern sea islands. Built from a mixture of
oyster shell, sand and lime, this unusual material adds to the special
nature of Spring Island’s exceptional character.
Beaufort County South Carolina areas and distinctive neighborhoods and