A Historic Riverfront and Golf Enclave
As you drive along the generous fence line that narrows to the entrance for Oldfield, you are immediately introduced to the "Greeters Store" gate and Post Office that looks like a classic, pre-war Lowcountry roadside fuel stop. You almost expect to see Andy Griffith come out and give you a friendly "howdy-do".
Oldfield is located on the Okatie River halfway between Bluffton and Beaufort, about 15 minutes to each.
A Step Back in Time
Step through the gate of Oldfield and feel instantly transported through time. The inventory in the Greeters Store ranges from imported cookies to crackers and fine cheeses all to be washed down with vintage Coca Colas from a chest cooler. Courtesy is the rule of the day here. In fact, without realizing it, you have already departed on the magical trip Oldfield has in store for you.
This is not only a trip down memory lane, but also an experience in the best of contemporary comfort and private recreational living. A carefully master planned property, Oldfield comprises some 550 home sites on a tract of land fronting along the pristine Okatie River. With some of the largest, most beautiful moss-draped live oak trees in the Lowcountry, Oldfield is truly something to behold.c
PGA Tour champion golfer and highly successful golf course designer Greg Norman found an ideal location for his 18-hole masterpiece in Oldfield. The two-time British Open champion has utilized Oldfield's inspiring river, marsh and lake views as well as the exceptional array of large, moss-draped oaks to create on of the most pleasurable and challenging golfing experiences in the Southeast.
In addition to golf, Oldfield offers a state-of-the-art fitness center, including a heated, covered 25 meter lap pool, aerobics room, steam rooms, saunas, snack bar, first-rate fitness machines, six lighted Har-Tru tennis courts and a freeform pool.
Yet another jewel in Oldfield's crown is the Outfitters Center, which stands as a testament to the community's dedication to the area's abundant natural wildlife. Expert staff members arrange guided fishing trips, shrimping, trail hikes, kayaking, cookouts, fly fishing on the stocked freshwater ponds and miles of marked wilderness trails. For boating enthusiasts, the staff at the Outfitters Center will launch your power boat into the Okatie River for a day of fishing or family fun on the water.
The historic River House, a delightful restaurant and community gathering place on the Okatie River, is another highlight of this neighborhood.
In addition, Oldfield also offers one of the area's finest equestrian centres with a 20-acre facility which includes stables, a 12-stall barn, two riding rings, a full course of jumps and acres of grass paddocks.
Real Estate in Oldfield
Many gorgeous "Old South architectural gems" can be found throughout Oldfield and feature breathtaking views of the Okatie River, lakes, lagoons and golf courses.