Leeward Breezes is a bright, totally renovated home with beach decor and amenities to enjoy beach-oriented living. An enclosed porch allows you to enjoy the forest setting. The one-bedroom,sofa bed, and full-size kitchen accommodate up to four people.
Leeward Breezes is located in Night Heron, located just inside the Sea Pines Ocean Gate. It is located just a 5 minute walk from a very uncrowded part of the Sea Pines beach . The Night Heron homes are free-standing, nestled in saw palmettos, palms, live oaks draped with Spanish moss, tall long-needle pines, and surrounded by lagoons.
Night Heron includes a community pool and is also located near one of the entrances to the Sea Pines Forest Preserve. Sea Pines has 15 miles of wonderful walking and biking trails, as well as access to the famous Harbortown, South Beach, and golf amenities. The home is close to many restaurants and attractions both in Sea Pines and nearby Coligny Plaza. Leeward Breezes rents at a reasonable rate.
One of the jewels on Hilton Head Island: Sea Pines is a private, secure, gated community on Hilton Head Island. There is public access golf , and, of course, the shops, restaurants, and water activities at Harbortown and South Beach. There are 15 miles of paved biking and walking trails just within Sea Pines, along with over 100 miles of trails on Hilton Head Island, not to mention biking on the packed sand beaches.
Night Heron is located just inside the Ocean Gate entrance to Sea Pines. It is located just a short walk from the ocean (0.2 miles) and from the Sea Pines Forest Preserve(0.25miles) . The Night Heron beach area is located half a mile from any hotel or timeshares in either direction, providing some of the least crowded beach space on Hilton Head.
But you are just down the road from Coligny Plaza and near shopping and restaurants. Leeward Breezes is a free-standing house in Night Heron in the midst of tall trees like southern pines, live oaks, hickories, and sabal palms, as well as saw palmettos. The community is surrounded by lagoons. Sea Pines is home to deer and water birds like herons, ducks, and egrets.
Night Heron, the community: Night Heron's homes are nestled among the natural vegetation. Leeward Breezes has a large enclosed porch and large windows for enjoying the natural beauty around you. There is a community pool in Night Heron which is open to guests during the long summer and fall. There are 15 miles of bike and walking trails awaiting you as soon as you descend the steps from the porch at Leeward Breezes. Some of those trails lead you down a private walkway to the ocean, just 0.2 miles away. Included beach give you access to relaxing hours listening to the waves or active time swimming, surfing, or playing beach games. A skim board and two boogie boards are also available for your use.
Built in a natural forested setting, Night Heron is quiet and private even though it is located very close to just about everything you may want to do or see during your stay on Hilton Head Island. Coligny Plaza, Harbortown, and South Beach are all within easy reach
Don't miss the great weather!: While most people come to Hilton Head in the summer, there are those who prefer to come in the off seasons. In the winter, it rarely goes down to freezing and is light to medium jacket weather most days. Even in winter, there are days when you may be comfortable in a shirt without a jacket. In the spring and fall the weather is moderate and days are often in the 60s and 70s.
Even though it is less attractive to swim in some of the off seasons, the beach is still great for walking and relaxing. The entire island is less crowded and there is still lots to do most of the year.
In the off seasons, some people may come for several weeks to several months, and the lower tourist activity on Hilton Head Island also means more attractive rates for rentals. Come on down and give it a try!
Access to the Beach on Hilton Head Island
If you want a beach-oriented vacation, please be aware that though all accommodations on Hilton Head Island have beach access available, for some locations you will have to drive to the beach. Hilton Head Island is shaped like a foot. More than 12 miles of beaches are on the 'sole' of Hilton Head Island. Most of the top of the 'foot' is marshland and beach is limited. Both areas are beautiful and hold their own charm. Beautiful sunrises occur on the beach or eastern part of the island and extraordinary sunsets can be seen on the western or top of the foot of Hilton Head Island.
Within Sea Pines, Leeward Breezes is just a short walk down a concrete path to a very uncrowded part of the beach. The beaches on Hilton Head are public, but direct access to our closest beach area is a private path within the gated community of Sea Pines. As the pictures on our listing show, there is not much crowding there. Chairs are provided for use on the beach. Boogie boards and a skim board are also provided.
If you want to be in a more crowded beach, you can walk or drive to Sea Pines Resort beach (south) or drive to Coligny Plaza (north). See the listing pictures to see what the beach areas near us look like. You get to choose. And none of the choices are very far away.
If you are not interested in the beach, there is a community pool in the Night Heron neighborhood in which Leeward Breezes is located. A picture of the pool is included in the listing pictures. The community pool is only for Night Heron. It is open May 1 to at least September 30.
Leeward Breezes allows pets. We rely on responsible pet owners to keep this policy in place. We try to keep our property so it acceptable to both pet owners and non pet owners. The tile floors are for the convenience of pets, pet owners, and even non-pet owners because they allow for easy cleanup of sand and silt from beach activities.
Dogs are not allowed on the beach between 10 AM and 5 PM from Memorial Day to September 30. This is Hilton Head's 'high season.' During the off season, well-controlled and well-behaved dogs are allowed on the beach anytime. During the entire year, dogs must be walked on a leash within Sea Pines streets and trails and owners must pick up after their pets. You can use official doggie doo-bags or just save your plastic grocery bags and take them along when you walk. The doo-bags should be tied closed and may be placed directly in the outside garbage can. There is weekly pickup of trash--just place all trash, including doo-bags in the outside trash can next to the house.