“What if you could choose to live where it feels like you are on vacation. Where life is as simple as walking out of your house, down to your dock and slipping in your kayak for an hour of exercise and enjoyment. Or, what about grabbing your binoculars and walking through the nature preserve in your neighborhood for birding before breakfast.
If you’re a fitness enthusiast, imagine walking to your community’s fitness center for a morning yoga class with neighbors or taking a break from work at noon for a bike ride on the picturesque trails that are literally right out your front door. And, if you have the luxury of time, picture taking an entire morning with neighbors on your block for a round of championship golf followed by a leisurely lunch or an afternoon mountain hike followed by cocktails and grilling out with friends at the neighborhood pavilion.”
“Our master-planned community in South Carolina is only minutes away from Hilton Head Island, steeped in Low Country casual-chic resort-style living. Anchored by a 165-acre man-made freshwater lake for your boating and fishing pleasure, the community is a masterful merger of natural and developed amenities. The property includes 11 miles of trails, a Nature Center designed by area naturalist Todd Ballantine, a dog park, a boat house and a 340-acre Nature Preserve. And not one, but two pools.
The Adventure Lagoon is a family-friendly resort-style pool with a “lazy river,” while the “Cool Pool” is adults-only and features private shaded cabanas. Water fun also includes Shrimp’s Puddle for the kiddies and a lake front beach with fire pits. The Lakehouse Amenity Village provides gathering spaces, dining and more. There is a state-of-the-art fitness center and a spa that includes the latest in massage therapy. And while fairways were replaced by blue ways on Hampton Lake proper, you won’t be “jonesing” for golf. Hampton Hall and its Pete Dye signature 18-hole course is directly adjacent to Hampton Lake – so this is an affordable golf option along with many other Bluffton and Hilton Head Island golf courses.”
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