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44 Old House Creek Drive - Magnificent Waterfront Lifestyle on the Calibogue Sound

Thursday, June 15th, 2017 at 9:58am Engel & Völkers Hilton Head Island - Bluffton and Beaufort

Coming Soon! 44 Old House Creek Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC 29926

Situated along the tidal marsh behind the gates of Old House Creek on Hilton Head Island is this open floor plan home with breathtaking views of the Calibogue Sound bursting through every window. Enjoy spectacular sunsets over the water from the expansive 45-foot deck and your private dock/pier. Quality constructed and featuring numerous living spaces including a formal dining and living room and a fabulous kitchen with a breakfast bar and separate dining nook, this home was built to stand the test of time. All of this and more is waiting for you at 44 Old House Creek Drive!

 

Tucked in the private enclave of homes in the gated community of Old House Creek on Hilton Head Island and situated along the tidal marsh with breathtaking views of the Calibogue Sound, this custom builder owned home offers desirable living with magnificent views bursting from every window of its bright open floor plan. Enjoy spectacular sunsets over the water from the expansive 45-foot deck and your private dock/pier. Live the ultimate waterfront lifestyle as you gaze into the bright blue skies and watch the osprey soar, enjoy fishing, crabbing and shrimping off of your pier, or board your kayak or jon boat and venture out onto the meandering waters from your own backyard. The home boasts both a formal dining and living room, a fabulous kitchen with a breakfast bar and separate dining nook, a two-car garage, a separate workroom with numerous built-ins, and ample storage space. Quality constructed with double pane solid vinyl windows, engineered ceilings, and a 40-year shingle roof, this home was built to stand the test of time. All of this and more is waiting for you at 44 Old House Creek Drive!

Price: $749,000

 

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Regularly honored with awards from industry-leading travel sources, such as Travel + Leisure and Conde Naste Traveler, Hilton Head Island is packed pull of adventure both indoors and out. The second largest island on the East Coast next to Long Island, Hilton Head Island is a can't miss destination and an incredible place to call home. The island is situated on the Intracoastal Waterway and is part of the South Carolina Lowcountry, close to Savannah, Georgia, and less than a hundred miles south of Charleston.

A popular destination spot, the Island is lined with 12 miles of spectacular beachfront along the Atlantic Ocean. The "crown jewel" of the South, Hilton Head Island embodies the charm, hospitality and understated elegance unique to the South. With a strong appreciation for the environment, the Island was consciously developed in such a way as to avoid obstructing the natural beauty of the area. Lining the beaches with single-family homes and no beachfront roads means these areas remain private, untouched havens for residents.

Much of Hilton Head Island is separated into expansive gated residential enclaves brimming with a wide array of remarkable amenities. Just outside these incredible enclaves, and set back within lush landscaping and natural surroundings, are some of the best dining and shopping spots in South Carolina.

Host to some of the finest cultural events in the Lowcountry, there are numerous opportunities to take in Broadway-quality plays at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, enjoy the harmonies of the famed Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra and 120 member chorus of the Hilton Head Choral Society, and experience several annual community festivals. Each year, wine aficionados gather for the largest outdoor wine tasting event on the East Coast and automobile enthusiasts attend the popular Concours d'Elegance Motoring Festival.

On Hilton Head Island there is always a great time to be had on the fairway! With some of the most premier golfing experiences in North America, golf fans will exult knowing there are over 20 world-class golf courses in the Lowcountry area. Furthermore, many other private and public golf courses on the Island have been carved by golf architect legends such as Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus. In addition, the Island hosts the nationally televised RBC Heritage Golf Classic, a stop on the PGA tour, which is played in Sea Pines Plantation on the Harbour Town Golf Links.

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