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HHP is a gated community, but it stands out among all of the other gated communities that exist today. This private neighborhood consists of almost 4,000 acres of natural beauty, and it is one of Hilton Head’s largest residential neighborhoods. HHP is also one of the region’s most age-diverse communities. Within its gates are more than 4,000 homes and 500 private villas. HHP is also home to the Country Club of HH’s semi-private 18-hole golf course, which was designed be the award-winning Rees Jones. In fact, two award-winning golf courses located in HHP were designed by Rees Jones: Oyster Reef and Bear Creek. HHP also has one more golf course, called Dolphin Head, bringing the total number of golf courses in this neighborhood to four.
But HHP isn’t just for golfers: it also offers access to two miles of beach, community gardening, tennis, aquatic sports, the Skull Creek Marina, and many other amenities. Residents and visitors enjoy a healthy lifestyle, full of relaxation and community support.
Plantation life was a large part of South Carolina’s rich history. The first English settler in Hilton Head was John Barnwell in 1717, who received a grant of 1,000 acres in what is now HHP. But the greater HHI did not become well-known until the arrival of William Elliott, who was the first planter to successfully raise a crop of Sea Island cotton. By 1860, HHI was home to 24 plantations.
HHI was incorporated as a town in 1983, and it is now home to several “plantations,” supporting over 30,000 residents. These private gated communities have been named plantations, but they do not produce cotton. Instead, lush golf courses, beautiful lakes, and stunning villas, like those found at HHP, are what make up the plantations of today’s HHI.
HHP and its 4,000 acres of beautifully preserved land are bordered by the Intracoastal Waterway and Port Royal Sound. This gated community is minutes away from the popular beaches of HHI, and only hours away from the cities of Beaufort, SC, Savannah, GA, and Charleston, SC. This proximity to both natural wonders and sophisticated urban settings makes it perfectly located for residents of all tastes.
HHP has a humid, subtropical climate, and it gets frequent rainfall all year. The rainiest season on HHI is the summer, and the area is sometimes affected by tropical hurricanes and cyclones. Winters in the region are mild, and snow rarely falls on HHI. The weather in HHP is consistent with that of the rest of coastal South Carolina, while inland South Carolina has very different climate conditions.
HHI is a resort town, with shopping to match. Many interesting boutiques can be found along the streets of this vibrant Island town, and shoppers can pick up anything from tropical-themed clothing to
Spartina 449 Flagship Store – 32 Calhoun Street, Bluffton, SC, 29910 – (843) 815-9000
Main Street Village – 301 Central Ave., Ste. 381, HHI, SC, 29926 – (678) 424-1325
Tropical Outfitters 70 Pope Ave, HHI, SC, 29918 - (843) 842-9511
Coligny Plaza 1 N Forest Beach Drive, HHI, SC, 29928 - (843) 842-6050
HHP is within close proximity to many varied restaurants, offering everything from the best seafood on the Atlantic to classic Southern fare. Residents and visitors of HHP can enjoy a relaxed bite overlooking beautiful natural scenery, or settle in for a luxurious five-course meal. At any of these popular dining establishments, residents of HHP can also enjoy fine craft beer and wines.
A Lowcountry Backyard – 32 Palmetto Bay Rd – (843) 785-9273
Lucky Rooster – 841 William Hilton Pkwy – (843) 681-3474
Skull Creek Boathouse – 397 Squire Pope Rd – (843) 681-3663
The Lodge – 7B Greenwood Dr – (843) 842-8966
HHP visitors and residents have access to the best of HHI. The Island is home to many vibrant bars, pubs, and venues, including a fun-loving pool bar, where visitors can have a swim with their drink. Many of these venues serve up authentic Southern cuisine alongside their carefully-curated drink options.
Wise Guys – 1513 Main St – (843) 842-8866
Poseidon – 38 Shelter Cove Ln, Ste 120 – (843) 341-3838
Pool Bar Jim’s – 51 S Forest Beach Dr – (843) 686-7342
Hinchey’s Chicago Bar and Grill – 70 Pope Ave – (803) 573-0369
HHP has excellent access to both public and private schools. The HH School District provides education for every age group, and there are also numerous religious private schools, as well as specialized artistic academies.
HH High School – 70 Wilborn Rd – (843) 689-4800
Sunshine House – 77 Arrow Rd – (843) 842-8869
HHI School for the Creative Arts – 10 Wilborn Rd – (843) 342-4380
HH Elementary – 30 School Rd – (843) 342-4100
HHP is located on the vibrant coastal barrier island of HHI, South Carolina. On the islnad, residents and visitors of HHP can experience historical landmarks and natural beauty, as well as some of the best resort destinations on the East Coast.
Pickney Island National Wildlife Refuge – Bluffton, SC 29910 – (843) 784-2468
Coastal Discovery Museum – Honey Horn Plantation - (843) 689-6767
Disney Hilton Head Island Resort – 22 Harbourside Ln – (843) 341-4100
Native American Shell Ring – Fish Island Trail - Sea Pines Nature Preserve (843) 785-3000
The thing that residents of HHP take the most pride in is their neighborhood’s dedication to preservation and stewardship. This community goes to great lengths to continuously improve its sustainability programs, including the incorporation of reclaimed water, mulch, bio-diesel, and farming. Even though this pristine natural environment has been protected and appreciated by residents for decades, HHP is also a place where visitors and residents can take advantage of every modern amenity, including a plethora of golf courses, swimming pools, and tennis courts. HHP keeps up with technology, and is at the epitome of security. Whatever interests you most when it comes to your gated community, HHP has it.
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Large, high elevation lot near Bear Creek Golf Course. Easy access to front gate. Corner lot is easy to build on and abuts open space.
Listing courtesy of Charter One Realty.
Great location - Views the Sound plus close to the Country Club of Hilton Head. Located on the 2nd floor with access from elevator or stairs. Spacious kitchen that open...
Listing courtesy of Charter One Realty.
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