Sea Pines Tower Beach

 

Midway through the year, real estate sales on Hilton Head Island are having a fairly good year when compared to this juncture last year. The general mood of the market is upbeat and positive. All price points and all types of properties are selling and those that are new, or renovated like new, are finding the most attention with buyers.

Island-wide, home sales have increased 19.4 percent while the median sales price has gained only 1.9 percent. Villa sales are doing better with an increase in closed transactions of 10 percent and the median sales price increasing by 12.3 percent, from $216,450 to $243,000.

Home sales in Sea Pines increased by 10.5 percent but median sales price has been nearly flat with a 1.1 percent gain. Coming on the…

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By:  Lynne R. Anderson, Realtor Accredited Buyers Representative 

You’ve vacationed here for years. Long, lazy strolls along Hilton Head’s picturesque Atlantic beaches, children and grandchildren pilgrimaging to join memorable family retreats, perfecting your game on world-famous emerald green golf courses… After years of enduring a long-distance love affair with the island, you’ve made the decision to buy. Now it’s not whether to purchase Hilton Head real estate, but what kind. Welcome to the great Villa vs. Home debate. In addition to the obvious differences such as square footage, proximity of your neighbors and ease of ownership, it’s time to shed some light on the pros and cons of villa ownership.

WHAT’S A VILLA REGIME?  

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Mobility - some us take it for granted. Having grown up with a sister 5 years older that relied on a wheelchair or someone carrying her, I am really excited to announce a CSA - Sea Pines service!!

CSA has purchased an all-terrain wheelchair equipped with heavy duty wheels making it easier to travel through the sand. It is now available to Sea Pines Property owners to use at Tower Beach (exclusively for Sea Pines Property owners and their guests). 

To reserve the beach wheelchair, you will need to call Denise Roberts at (843) 671-7840 or email her denise@csaseapines.com or stop by the CSA office. You will also need to sign a release statement. Keep in mind the following: 1) the wheelchair is located just inside the main entrance to the beach…

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