Hilton Head Island, bordered by the beautiful Atlantic Ocean, Calibogue and Port Royal Sounds has a deep and broad history in its land—as well as in its neighboring waters, forested wetlands, fresh, brackish and salt water tidal marshes, barrier islands, and pine and hardwood uplands.
The Ashepoo, Combahee and South Edisto (ACE) Basin, consisting of approximately 1,000,000 acres of diverse habitats along the South Carolina coast, represents one of the largest undeveloped estuaries in the United States.
After centuries of agriculture, timber harvest, and construction of managed wetlands, this large section of the state has been spared from commercial and residential development. A model for conservation throughout the country, the ACE Basin Project
While all real estate is local, as the saying goes, "local" does not accurately describe the Hilton Head Island real estate market. We are local, of course, but our boundaries are not limited to the geographical limitations of the island's landmass.
Hilton Head Island appeals to a diverse and sophisticated buyer whose interests go beyond simply seeking a home or villa in a luxury market. That said, the Island's physical size and limited number of properties further define it as a niche market with a limited number of prospective buyers seeking treasures in the form of luxury homes, beachfront mansions, family homes, beach bungalows, condos, villas, and lots on which to build a dream home down the road.