Hello and welcome! Today is a beautiful seventy-degree day here on Hilton Head Island and I’m going to walk you through the North End Tour of the Hilton Head Island Real Estate Broker Tour. We started with what I thought would be 23, but we had some cancellations for homes on tour as we moved on through the day. By the way, you can click on any link to see more details and photos of any address below.
We started in Windmill Harbor. The first property was 56 Crosstree Drive which has three bedrooms and three baths and is listed for $625,000. This is a nice low country feel home, has a two-car garage and a nice marsh view and medium interior upgrades. The biggest drawback to this is, of course, the road noise. The view over the water and marsh is beautiful. If you can just stand the road noise this is a great buy.
64 Crosstree Drive is just down the road a little bit. It’s a four-bedroom four bath home priced at $899,000. It has high-end finishes and also has a nice, deep water view. The back deck is not as prevalent and as dramatic. So, you don’t really have a lot of outdoor space with this unit. It is richly appointed and has higher-end finishes and higher ceilings and so on. It’s another good one. I happen to know this seller and she just moved back to Berkley Hall for the time being. This is a lovely townhome.
We had one house in Spanish Wells, 6 Cusabo Place has five bedrooms and four and a half baths and is listed for $860,000. This home has been on the market before. It is a really cute low country home. It’s on a huge, huge lot and is over 4,000 square feet. It is a choppy country home. It was on the market for $19,000 more, but it still has the same information.
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7 Foxhunt Drive is a three-bedroom three bath priced at $434,500. It’s nice, at the end of the cul-de-sac and clean as a whistle on a big lot. It is old school but has a great layout. It just needs cosmetic updating. Even the roof looked like it was okay.
23 Myrtle Bank Road is a three-bedroom two bath home listed for $429,000. This one also needed updating. It did not impress me as much as the prior one I saw. It’s okay.
80 High Bluff Road is a four-bedroom four bath priced at $699,000. It’s a stucco home off the main road. It too is okay. It has high ceilings. I didn’t like the paint on the front door. It was terrible. It just made for very poor curb appeal and it is a connector main road even though it is set back. You do have a golf view and it’s private, but you have fogged windows. There’s a screened courtyard in the backyard space. It would make a nice family home and has lot of room.
6 Trail’s End is in the Oyster Reef subdivision and very well liked. However, this is in the part where there are patio lots. It’s nicely redone, even the windows. It is a little dark and seems somewhat expensive for a patio lot. However, everything has been updated, even the countertops. So, it is in move in condition. It’s a little on the pricey side, but there is nothing you need to do for that house. It’s listed at $639,000 and has three bedrooms and three baths.
11 Barksdale Court has four bedrooms and three and a half baths for $1,050,000. This home is on a cul-de-sac and has a great, tremendous million-dollar view. The layout was not impressive. It was old school. The backyard was very limited, which is a shame because you really can’t build out that backyard and I think you’d have to put in anywhere for $200,000 to $400,000 easily to really update that home and make it a fabulous home. So, that is a tough one because the curb appeal was also very dated.
We did have one condo in Hilton Head Plantation. It was 107 Village of Skull Creek which is a three-bedroom two bath listed for $425,000. Again, those are well-liked because you’re right across from the marina and you’re also really close to the Country Club of Hilton Head and the back gate of Hilton Head Plantation.
So, nothing really wowed me in Hilton Head Plantation. This was probably the smallest residential tour in a long time. The inventory in Hilton Head Plantation are extremely low and this seems to look like people aren’t selling in there right now.
We had three in Indigo Run. Indigo Run had 30 Balmoral Place which is a four bedroom three and a half bath priced at $639,900. It’s nice. I loved the bedrooms and the overall look for this one. It’s well-priced and surprisingly I liked that one in Indigo Run.
744 Colonial Drive is in the back area where you have to go through another set of automatic gates. So, it’s even more secure than Indigo Run. It’s a four bedroom four and a half bath listed for $749,000. It’s a gorgeous home with nice appliances and details. Quite elegant.
Then, we had 11 Dawson Way. It’s a four bedroom four and a half bath for $559,000. The shingles were crumbling. I didn’t like the condition of this home even though it was the least expensive one there. I tended to like 30 Balmoral Place better.
We had one in Palmetto Hall Plantation, which is 356 Fort Howell Drive. It’s a four bedroom two and a half bath priced at $469,000. It’s a nice family home in a gated community that is landlocked but very close to the schools and the hospital and the library.
Off Plantationwe had several. I did not go and see most of these. So, let me just run through them for you.
246 Ceasar Place is a three bedroom two and a half bath priced at $325,500. It’s a great entry-level, has gates, and is close to the high school and elementary school. There are newer homes there. It’s a little neighborhood community and reminds me a lot of Ashton Cove on the South end but this one is on the North end.
In Beak City Place we had 10 Circlewood Drive, a three bedroom two and a half bath for $406,737. There’s not much to say there. It’s okay.
In Bradley Beach we had 14 Whelk Street, a five-bedroom five bath priced at $1,900,000.
Carolina Isles, which is also a newer community but it’s small and made of all tract homes, had 23 Dewees Lane. It’s a three bedroom two and a half bath listed at $350,900. It’s a good entry-level.
9 Creek Landing Trace is a three-bedroom two and a half bath for $425,000. It’s a newer home.
In the Silver Moss subdivision we had 18 Lavender Circle which has three bedrooms and three and a half baths for $559,000. It’s a little on the higher side.
Singleton Beach, you either love it or you don’t. We had two there. One was 95 Singleton Beach Road, a four bedroom four and a half bath for $1,275,000. It probably has great rentals.
The other listing in Singleton Beach was 14 Singleton Shores Manor which has six bedrooms and six and a half baths and is priced at $1,550,000.
The last one, which I’ve seen before, is quite a prominent home. It’s 6 Terra Bella Trace, a six-bedroom eight bath home listed or $3,950,000.
Again, it was a very small open house for the realtors today on Hilton Head Island. I guess if I have to pick, I’ll pick two. 7 Foxhunt Drive in Hilton Head Plantation and, surprisingly, 30 Balmoral Place in Indigo Run.
That’s all I have for today. It’s very low inventory for Sea Pines, Hilton Head Plantation, and other communities. It’s a great time to buy on Hilton Head. Myself or one of my agents would love to help you find your piece of paradise on this fabulous island which is a great place to live, work, and play. A lot of people think it’s just a tourist destination, but I can assure you that 40,000 people live and love to live, work, and play on Hilton Head.
So, give us a call if we can be of any assistance to you. Thank you for reading my blog and have a fabulous day.