If you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life but don’t fancy isolation, Callawassie Island is just what you’re looking for! Pridefully made up of a diverse collection of friendly, year-round residents, our community has at least one thing in common—the “actively relaxed” Callawassie lifestyle.
It’s easy to stay active with 27 holes of Tom Fazio championship golf, six Har-Tru tennis courts, fitness, and aerobics center, two beautiful swimming pools, and two community docks. You also have the option of laying low and enjoying the Lowcountry through fishing, crabbing, shrimping, kayaking, boating and taking in the gorgeous sunsets.
In designing the island’s award-winning championship 27-hole golf course, Tom Fazio took advantage of the island’s natural beauty to create visual drama and superb play. Hardwood stands of live oak and magnolia, as well as ponds and marshland, come into play on most holes. The course offers challenges for every level.
Along with golfers, there is a large tennis community on Callawassie Island. The tennis center includes six Har Tru courts and a pavilion with a pro shop. From their spot on the majestic Colleton River, Callawassie residents also enjoy great fishing, shrimping, boating, and of course, sunset-viewing.
If you’re looking to escape the noise and bustle of modern civilization, but don’t fancy being isolated, Callawassie Island may be just what you’re looking for. Located between Hilton Head and Beaufort, this private 880-acre sea island offers all the serenity and security of a gated community within close proximity to shopping, restaurants, cultural activities and historical influences.
Callawassie Island is a private, gated residential golf and tennis club community that is owned and governed by its property owners, who support the developers’ original philosophy of preserving the island’s historical heritage and pristine natural surroundings.
With its 11 miles of shoreline, this 880-acre sea island sits in the heart of the Colleton River marshlands, made famous in Pat Conroy’s book and the film, “The Prince of Tides.” Residents here experience a rich relationship with nature, while surrounded by convivial neighbors and friends. The golf cart is the vehicle of choice for many, and the “Callawassie Island Wave,” shared between neighbors passing on tree-lined lanes, is a long-standing tradition.
If you are ready to buy or sell a home on Callawassie Island, our experienced agents can help. Contact us to get started on your real estate transaction today.
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