2 Bedroom, 2.5 bath in front of Tennis courts and endless Bike Trail
We are the original owners of this lovely villa and we spent many wonderful vacations in Sea Pines, watching the Family Circle Cup Tennis tournament and listening to Todd Ballantine share ecological tidbits about the Island. We know first hand how the plantation grew into what it has become today. On a recent visit this winter, I noticed many upgrades in the physical landscape-new plantings, more open spaces, better lighting. New top notch facilities all over Sea Pines have been opened for tourists visiting since the 2014 season. The Resort maintains it's safe, comfortable low-key surroundings in spite of the modern forthcoming additions. Many new amenities have made this perfect place to vacation.
Caryn purchased this Townhome in 1974
Why Caryn chose Sea Pines
We are currently renting and will one day be able to enjoy more time there during our retirement. Frequent visits.allow us to monitor the condition of the home's many offerings. We appreciate guests who respect our property and recognize the care that goes into upkeep. It is a home not a hotel, complete with the trappings of a comfortable lifestyle.
What makes this Townhome unique
The view from the master bedroom has always conjured images of a truly satisfying vacation-the tennis whites and numerous trees in the backyard. The little patio in back was forever conducive to quality socializing. Back in the day, concerts were performed by Hargray on the tennis court behind the villa, making free entertainment a bonus of this particular dwelling for several years. You really cannot beat the prime location. It is within a short walking distance to Harbour town and Sea Pines Center.
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The two main things we look for in renting a place are for it to be clean and comfortable. The place meet both of those. It was a little older but very well maintained. It was a short walk (about 5 mins) to Harbour Town, which was very nice after a 11 hour drive to not get back in the car. We all agreed that we would stay again..no complaints
Awesome get away
Very nice place to stay! Everything you need was right there. The short walk to Harbor Town, take a nice walk on the trails, the cleanliness of the condo, etc. I would recommend this place to anyone else. Thank you for sharing your place with us, we would love to come stay again!
Villa close to Harbor Town
I read previous reviews and therefore was not surprised by the decor or furnishings. The location is excellent and made the stay worthwhile.
Location, location, location! Indeed, it is an ideal place for a splendid vacation! We love the indigo color and durable fabric of the newly installed (December 2018) queen sleeper and love seat in the living room, which, by the way are also featured in many nearby upscale properties on the resort. The ivory white bed sets upstairs are also recent acquisitions (December 2018) and include new head boards, floor boards, night stands, dresser drawers and mattresses/box springs in both queen and twin sizes.
Vacation in paradise
The villa was fantastic. Close to harbor town. Could walk to shops, restaurants, and pier. Trolley right there to go other places. I had a question , that was already in the check in info and not only was the response in minutes but the information was given to me again pleasantly. Would most definitely want to come back and hope too do so soon.
You are most welcome. We appreciate folks like yourself who can share the splendor of the resort. We hope to see you again in the near future.
Awesome location close to harbor town and sea pines center. The trolley stop was right across the street.
Nice condo worth everything a family would need. Location is perfect, and affordable on a small budget. My mother and I were there for a memorial for my grandmother. My family who are wealthy were in homes that were million dollar homes right around the corner. I love Sea Pines, especially the Beach Club. The owner had beach equipment for the whole family. Wish the weather was warmer so I could've used the pool. Perfect spot..would love to come back again. Thank you for the stay.
Please come again when you can enjoy the swimming!
Rent a bicycle at Sea Pines Center. They will even drop them off and pick them up. Bike to nearby Baynard Ruins to see the remains of an old Southern plantation complete with slave quarters. Check out the wildlife center in Harbour Town. Get to the beach for a cocktail overlooking the splendor of the waves. Watch a sunset from the lighthouse in Harbour Town. Golf on the world famous Harbour Town links. Take tennis lessons from a professional. Take a cup of coffee and look at the alligators and turtles in the lagoon under the gazebo. Bike down plantation drive and feed the horses. Take in the beauty of Spanish moss. Enjoy the mild climate on the wide, flat sand beach. Walk or bike along the shoreline at low tide. Bask or ride a boogie board in the warm salty water. Soak up the rays of the sun and enjoy a seafood meal at the beach front restaurant. Explore the Indian Shell Ring or fish in the beautiful lakes of the Sea Pines Forest Preserve. Take a nature cruise. See a play at the Coastal Arts Center. Get tickets to a jazz concert at the Jazz Club. Go to the farmer's market at Sea Pines Center. Go crabbing. Take a riverboat to Savannah. Learn stand-up paddle boarding. Take a yoga class. Get a massage. Swim in the secluded villa pool. Eat seafood, lots of fresh seafood! Go to the Coastal Discovery museum for many programs involving wildlife such alligators and loggerhead turtles. Discover Spanish moss. Peruse the many new amenities on the island. Play miniature golf. Take a trail ride through the majestic oaks. Learn to play golf. Watch a live exhibition match. Speak to a pro about your form. Get a gradual suntan. Sleep outside on the beach in the shade. Try traditional Gullah cuisine. Eat sushi. Watch folks playing tennis in the backyard. Walk over to the wall and hit some balls. Take bike ride to the South Beach. Listen to live music at the Salty Dog. Buy a t-shirt for yourself and a bandanna for your dog. Take sailing lessons. Enjoy a sunset dinner cruise. Have a BBQ and eat outside on the patio. Go to the Newhall Bird Preserve and take pictures of the majestic creatures in flight. See a movie outside during the summer months. Watch fireworks every Tuesday in-season. Shop for new clothes or on-of-a-kind gift items. Collect sea glass or shells to make jewelry. Get to know a bottle-nosed dolphin. Learn how to dance the shag. Go para-sailing or water skiing. Rent a sand buggy. Take out a catamaran. Play ball on the beach at low tide. Visit Daufuskie Island. Visit the Pinckney Island Wildlife Refuge. Read a book under an ancient evergreen oak. Kayak. Eat local oysters. Try new restaurants. Sample Hilton Head Ice Cream. Go to a comedy or magic show. Buy a new bathing suit and show it off. Work out everyday outside on the leisure trails or inside at the Sea Pines Fitness Center. Meet a local author and get a signed copy of his/her new book. Gaze at the palm trees. Take photographs to share with your friends. Take an art class. Go wine-tasting at the Island winery. Enjoy an outdoor festival. Buy handmade jewelry using natural elements. Eat homemade fudge. Tour a replica of a plantation house. Participate in a murder mystery. Charter a boat. Ride an alligator boat. Climb to the top of the lighthouse and get a picturesque view of the resort. Visit the museum shop at the top. Eat ice cream everyday. Explore the bountiful creeks and marshes. Take in the scent of the sea. Relax and enjoy. This gorgeous place appeals to just about anyone, anytime of the year. You'll want to come back again and again. Your children will grow up with beautiful memories of their family vacations. It'll be the place where you'll want to celebrate positive events.
The community is gated and patroled which makes it ideal for families looking to relax safely. The environment is very natural with abundant trees and spanish moss overhang. The beach is broad and walkable for miles. During low tide, many folks will ride bikes, play ball and enjoy the birds and wildlife who frequent the island. The Sea Pines Forest Preserve contains miles of wooded trails for hiking as well as several lakes for fishing. There is alot of history to be viewed-the Indian Shell Ring tells the tale of previous occupants.
Almost any cuisine can be found right on the island. Outdoor concerts are a personal favorite and are a frequent sight all over the resort. The marina at Harbour Town is host to many yachts of whose perusal is a constant splendor. Nightlife and culture are an integral part of island living. There is a lot of variety for differing tastes, whether its ballroom dancing with the symphony or two stepping to country, there is something for everyone in the family.
In season, there is a weekly farmer's market at Sea Pines Center on Tuesdays for those who enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables as well as the talent of many an artist's portayals of the old south. There is also an indoor fitness center (extra fees apply) which hosts yoga and other classes.