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John moved to the area in 1973. His father Jim was with the Bank of Beaufort. Jim was an active member of the community and retired from the bank in 2005. John graduated from the Beaufort Academy with honors and he attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
On the weekends he can be found on the tennis courts, golf course, the beach, or out on his boat. An avid outdoorsman, John is the proud father of two amazing daughters and he is and active member of St. Luke’s Church on Hilton Head Island.
Professionally John has worked as a mortgage lender, a commercial lender and as an Investment advisor. His professional background is in banking, lending, investments, and real estate. His professional background and extensive knowledge of the area allows him to help his clients buy/sell their property at the best possible price. John will aggressively negotiate on your behalf and will help you navigate the entire process through the closing and beyond.

Found 11 blog entries published by John Coulter.

Many folks are aware of our Harbour Town golf links because of the wonderful PGA Tour's Heritage Golf tournament. Designed by one of the greatest golf architects of all time, Mr. Pete Dye. When I heard the news of Mr. Dye's passing while watching a PFA event of TV I could not help but ponder what a tremendous impact he had on Sea Pines Resort. His design of Harbour Town Golf Links has withstood the test of time. With golf balls that go further than ever, with equipment that pushes the limits of physics and with professional athletes who are on the tour being some of the strongest athletes in the world Harbour Town has stood firm as an amazing test for any golfer, professional and amateur alike. Pete Dye also designed Heron Point at the Plantation Golf

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FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CALL 843-842-1979 or visit Facebook.com/harbourtown .

November 29th-January 1-Harbourtown Lights

December 14 1pm Little Elf Workshop

December 20-21 & 27-28 Christimas Stocking Deliveries

December 23 7:30-9:00 Gregg Russell Christmas Concert

December 25-27 5:30-7:30 Holiday Fun in Harbourtown

December 31 10am 19th Annual Polar Bear Swim

December 31 6pm-1am New Year's Eve Celebration

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HALLOWEEN WAGON RIDE Saturday, October 26; 10 and 11:30am Show off your Halloween costume in the Sea Pines Forest Preserve and hunt for clues to lead you to the pumpkin patch. Reservations required. $16/adult, $13/child (ages 12 and younger)

HALLOWEEN ON THE HARBOUR Sunday, October 27; 3:30-5pm Celebrate Halloween at The Sea Pines Resort with activities and trick-or-treating around Harbour Town. Participants of all ages are welcome to attend and are invited to come in costume. Complimentary

For reservations and additional information, please contact The Sea Pines Resort Recreation Department at (843) 842-1979.

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The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) will host a public information meeting on Thursday, September 19, 2019, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Boys & Girls Club of Hilton Head Island,151 Gumtree Road, to share information about the U.S. 278 Corridor Improvements project.

The U.S. 278 Corridor Improvements project runs along U.S. 278 from Moss Creek Drive in Bluffton to Spanish Wells Road on Hilton Head Island.

The purpose of the meeting is to:

  • Provide an opportunity to discuss the proposed U.S. 278 Corridor Improvements project individually with SCDOT representatives.
  • Provide an update to the community on the project.
  • Share with the public the proposed roadway improvements (reasonable alternatives).
  • Gather input from the
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The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) is proposing to make improvements to the US 278 corridor between Bluffton and Hilton Head Island, from Moss Creek Drive to Spanish Wells Road. The purpose of this project is to address structural deficiencies at the existing eastbound MacKay Creek bridge, to increase capacity, and reduce congestion along US 278 from Moss Creek Drive to Spanish Wells Road.

The eastbound Mackay Creek Bridge will be replaced; it was originally built in 1956 and is scheduled for replacement. Additional studies for potential improvements include:

  • Modifications to the remaining three bridges;

  • Improved access to Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge; and

  • Improved access to the C.C. Haigh,

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Please remember it is still Lights out for the Sea Turtles on Hilton Head Island.   The Loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) is the state reptile of South Carolina and the most common sea turtle nester along our shores. They are easily recognizable by the large size of their head in relation to their body and their brownish or yellow skin. Adults have top shells that measure from 30-42 inches in length and usually weigh up to 400 pounds. Males are larger than females, and are not known to come ashore once they leave their beach of birth. Females usually begin to nest the first or second week in May; the nesting season usually ends by the end of August. Females usually emerge to nest at night and lay an average of 120 eggs per nest. They locate an…
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2019 Salute from the Shore Press Release

For Immediate Release:                                                 Contact: Spann Laffitte (803) 587-0205, salute@salutefromtheshore.org
June 17, 2019                                         
“Salute from the Shore to Feature ‘Air Parade’ of F-18s
Flyover of South Carolina’s Coast on July Fourth”
"The Noise You Hear, is the Sound of FREEDOM."

Salute from the Shore, a 501(c)3 organization, was founded in 2010 by patriotic South Carolinians to honor our armed forces on Independence Day. Every year on the 4th of July, hundreds of thousands of people gather on the beaches of South Carolina in patriotic attire to wave the red, white and blue and to
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In addition to the amazing beaches, the extensive biking paths, the wonderful restaurants and the incredible homes on Hilton Head Island we also have sensational fishing opportunities. Having been in the area since 1973 I have been blessed to have spent many days fishing in these waters. While I have had many successful days fishing I would highly recommend hiring one of our areas charter boat captains for you and your family when visiting Hilton Head Island.

Recently I had the opportunity to talk to 2nd generation boat Captain Christiaan Pollitzer of Bulldog Charters. Captain Christiaan Pollitzer shared this report with me. 

"We are catching Spanish Mackeral in great numbers. The Cobia bite is starting to pick up on the offshore reefs.  We have

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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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