Today is Wednesday, September 30th, 2020. It's hard to believe it's the last day of September. And boy, what gorgeous weather we are having. It is just spectacular. A little cooler weather, but nice and warm in the afternoon. 

So, we have a very, very short tour today. We only had two homes and two condos in the entire central area. And I don't think it's COVID. I think people just aren't selling and they're holding onto their homes. Our inventory keeps dwindling. Even under delayed listings, I'm starting to see-- we used to have 70s. Now, it's down to 57. So, I'm not surprised. So, let's get started on this gorgeous day.


In Shipyard, we had 18 Misty Cove with two bedrooms and two baths listed for $469,900. It's a little high for a two-bedroom home, but it's beautifully done. The courtyard in the front is adorable. The kitchen's remodeled and open, and there's a large sitting area off of the kitchen. It has a nice fireplace, a golf view, and two sitting areas. If somebody can live with a two-bedroom home, this is a really nice, cute home. 

Port Royal

In Port Royal, we had 29 Doubloon Drive. This home has three bedrooms and three baths. It's listed for $649,000. Although this was an old-school house, I love the setting of it in addition to being on a beautiful street. You're very close to the ocean and the Port Royal Beach Club is probably a mile away. There's a beautiful golf view, and it's a ranch home. The kitchen was okay. They had enclosed the garage. They had all kinds of knickknacks and memorabilia in the garage. You're really getting the home for lot value. It was in great condition and sort of an old-school floor plan.

For condos, we had in Shelter Cove 7112 Harbourside One Villa with one bedroom and one bath listed for $307,000. These prices are inching up a little bit. 

And in the Folly Field area, we have 21L Fiddler's Cove Villas. This condo has two bedrooms and two baths and is listed for $225,000. It's also nicely done and is beach oriented. These rent really well in the summer. The rest of the time, not so much.

So, that wraps it up on this very short tour. I do want to remind everyone that Hilton Head is a fabulous place to be. The lifestyle's fantastic, and nowadays when you can work almost anywhere, why not be on the beach? Why not be on a place where it's a wonderful community with lots to do?

Thank you for your consideration. If we can be of any service to you, please don't hesitate to contact us. We'd love to help you.

Respectfully submitted, 

Susan Ochsner