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In our experience, every renovation project seems to have one particular inspirational element, or jumping off point. And then everything else rather seamlessly falls into place. What do you do when that element is the metal stair rail? Usually it's the flooring/ paint combo, or various trim details or a pair of navy chairs - all of which this place now has, they just came second.

The Mariners Cove project means a lot to all of us at Seagrass. We've all lived in it, it's seen the good the bad and the ugly and the before pictures will knock your socks off. The "befores" are usually the funnest part, so have at it...

 

The Spanish tile was the first to go, followed by the kitchen, the carpet, the bathrooms and almost all the

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Check out this new listing at 25 Wildwood in Sea Pines Plantation. This home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and an open floor plan that includes a large gourmet kitchen, dining area and great room. Home is elevated with a multi-tiered deck in back. The home is completely updated with hardwood floors (NO CARPET), granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances. The bathrooms have newly updated vanities and tile all in coastal finishes. All the furnishings and light fixtures are brand new and designer selected. This home is located in Greenwood Forest, which features a community pool and tennis for all it’s resident and guests. This property has $41,000 in rental projections. This one will not last long!!

Please call Kathy for your private showing at

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Like a lot of people we're sure, the idea of renovating a house while you live in it sounds like an absolute blast! It will be an adventure, the mess will seem charming and the beautiful finished product you have in your head will arrive in no time flat.

This story is being told by three people living this dream. (Some days considered a nightmare...) 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, 3700 square feet in one of the most sought after plantations on Hilton Head, Long Cove Club. Sounds spacious right? Cut to the renovation; 1 shower/toilet in 500 functional square feet.

There is no more kitchen, the furniture has been sold to make room for new and the laundry room sink is the only functioning sink in the house. This is where you brush your teeth, but

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The cost of owning a house is so much more than your monthly mortgage payment.  Improvements and repairs to your home can be costly and could take up a large amount of your budget yet they are vital to maintain your home and possibly increase the value.

Dan DiClerico, a HomeAdvisor expert, states the average homeowner spends close to $7,000 on home improvements throughout the year.  As a result, he highly encourages homeowners keep a rainy day fund in their household budget….ideally 2 to 5 percent of the value of the home.

The experts at Realtor.com have identified the 5 most expensive repairs that homeowners should be aware of which I have summarized for you below.

  1.         Foundation restoration/foundation wall repair – the best way
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 “Is Hilton Head Island Pet Friendly?” is a question I am asked all the time.

YES, Hilton Head Island is very dog friendly!

You can bring your dog to the beach everyday. The only time dogs are NOT permitted to the beach is from 10-5 the Friday before Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. And honestly, it is too hot for your dog to be on the beach then. All other times, go ahead! Keep your dog on a leash and under voice control at all times though. It’s fun to watch some of them venturing into the ocean for their first time. One of my dogs thinks he can catch dolphins.

We also have the Best Friends Dog Park/Chaplin Park. This is the largest dog park on the island. In fact, it even has a smaller fenced section for the smaller dogs. There are

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Wading into Flood Waters:

Easily one of the most discussed topics on Hilton Head revolves around flood insurance and the impact of preliminary flood map changes recently released by FEMA. When does the change take effect? Will my flood insurance cost increase or decrease? Do I even need flood insurance? These are some of the questions being asked of area insurance professionals. 

The good news is, based on the preliminary maps released by FEMA, the majority of residents on Hilton Head will benefit from the map change. These proposed changes will result in lower base flood elevation requirements and zone changes, which should create a positive impact on the cost of flood insurance. The timing for implementation is still a bit unclear . by the best

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Hard to believe that the RBC Heritage presented by Boeing is less than one month away. It is exciting that we will  have THREE trolleys this year, red green and blue with 3 different routes. I have attached wonderful photos of the routes and stops. Red route is Club Course Drive, Sea Pines Country Club, Club Course Villas, Bateau Road, Plantation/Calibogue Cay Road and Harbour Town Playground on inbox. Outbound is Harbor Town Playground, Sea Pines Center, Tupelo/Greenwood, Lawton Stables, Club Course Drive. The Green Route will be South Beach Marina, Lands End, Tower Beach, Greenwood/S. Sea Pines Drive, Sea Pines Center and Harbour Town Playground. Outbound will be Harbour Town Playground, Sea Pines Center, Old Military/Heritage Road, Lot at 13th Green,

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Azaleas blooming at The Sea Pines Resort

We're pleased to provide The Sea Pines Resort Guide for Spring of 2019 to help your family plan for a fabulous vacation experience in Sea Pines. The Resort has created a plethora of fun-filled events and activities to engage everyone in the great outdoors.

Did you know that more than 1 billion households in 226 countries around the world can tune in to watch all of us reveling on the Harbour Town Golf Links during the 51st RBC Heritage? Are you ready for a once in a lifetime experience? You can by become an Honorary Observer and walk inside the ropes, from the 1st tee to the 18th green, with the PGA pros during tournament play! To book tickets and plan your ultimate trip to the tournement, please visit RBCHeritage.com

Anyone in Sea Pines can

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The year was 1457, the place: Scotland. A brand new game had been invented. It was ruled 'Gentlemen Only...Ladies Forbidden'- and so, the word GOLF entered the English language. The first round of women's golf was played in the year 1811 in Musselburgh, Scotland.     Golf was banned three times for years after it was invented because the Scottish government believed it interfered with military training. The first golf balls were made of feathers wrapped in leather. They flew much further than the balls that came after and were used until the mid-1800s. After feathers, golf balls were made from wood.

 Sea Pines Founder Charles Fraser uncovered a ship manifest from1786 that noted that "golf sticks" and "featheries" had been shipped to residents in

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It would be great to have an unlimited budget for a kitchen renovation. But the fact is most of us do not. And that’s OK. Compromises of one form or another are part of the process, even for the rare homeowner who enjoys a bottomless budget and expansive square footage. 


But how, exactly, do you decide between two compelling options with different pros and cons? The most critical tool to have on hand to help you make tough choices is a clear picture of your remodel goals.

How Will You Use Your Kitchen? 

When planning a kitchen remodel, you want to be very clear on how you want to use your new kitchen. Clear goals can help homeowners make decisions and, as the budget nears its limit, ultimately choose the options that will best support their

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