Hilton Head or Bluffton The Best of Both Worlds

Lowcountry real estate truly offers the best of both worlds. 

Now that you’ve found your way to the beautiful South Carolina Lowcountry, you have an important decision to make. Should you live on Hilton Head Island, with its beautiful beaches and resort amenities, or should you live in Bluffton, with its small-town vibe and eclectic flair?

To some, this is a no-brainer. But to many, the decision between these two equally attractive locales can be grueling. Each offers a distinct personality, lifestyle and culture, but they both dazzle with charm and Lowcountry beauty.

So which one is right for you? We’ll break down what awaits you in each, so you can make your decision with confidence.

Hilton Head Island

Since it entered its modern era…

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Summer Camps on Hilton Head and in Bluffton


Summer Camps on Hilton Head Island and in Bluffton

School is out and summer is finally here! Need some fun plans for summer break? The Island Recreation Center will be hosting a series of sporting activities and events for children and teenagers. This is a great opportunity for your kids to stay active while having a great time. The Coastal Discovery Museum is also offering a series of interactive and educational programs. Here is a list of various art, education, theater, and sports activities your kids can engage in this summer.


Blue Crab Discovery

Enjoy Tuesdays and Thursdays at Jarvis Creek catching crabs. Not only will participants learn how to catch and pick crabs properly, but they will also learn the life cycle and…

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June Events On Hilton Head Island

All Month Long

The Coastal Discovery Museum provides tours, walks, programs, and exhibits about the Lowcountry. Events are scheduled daily. To learn more about the Coastal Discovery monthly events, contact 843-689-6767 or visit CoastalDiscovery.com.



Wildlife Refuge at Pinckney Island

Enjoy Thursdays experiencing the wonderful wildlife and beautiful views of the salt marsh and maritime forest that Pinckney Island has to offer. Reservations are required so don’t forget to call and reserve a day for this unforgettable adventure.

June 1st – August 31st, Thursdays starting at 10am

Pinckney Island, Bluffton

For more information, call 843.689.6767 ext. 223



Farmers Market of Bluffton

A local favorite that Bluffton…

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The Best Real Estate Tools To Find A Home

The white-hot real estate market here in the Lowcountry means there has never been a better time to find your dream home in paradise. However, our unique region comes with its own set of challenges that can make narrowing your search tricky. Do you look for something on-island or off-island? Within one of our gated communities or off-plantation?

There are many ways to fine-tune your search and a slew of options for when you’ve found your new home. Whether you’re at the start of your search or about ready to move in, these are the killer apps for your house hunt.

Before you begin

Charter One Realty Website

Just as Charter One Realty has built a solid reputation based on 30 years in the Lowcountry real estate market, so too have we built a…

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Craig Cleveland Charter One RealtyCharter One Realty is pleased to announce that Craig Cleveland has joined the company at their North office located at 81 Main Street on Hilton Head Island, SC.  Craig joins over 130 top producing real estate professionals at Charter One Realty, the Hilton Head Island and the Lowcountry’s sales volume leader in real estate. 

As a licensed Realtor®, Craig provides Strategic Marketing and Transaction Management services to his clients across the Lowcountry. His business is built on dedication, communication, determination, and trust while embodying the ability to cater and adapt to all of his client’s Real Estate needs. Craig dedicates himself to building lasting relationships with his clients, focusing on each client’s personal needs, and meeting every…

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RBC Heritage 2017 Volunteers

It’s one of the 42 PGA Tour stops, the biggest events in the state, and one of the largest social events of the year for Lowcountry residents and visitors. The 2017 RBC Heritage was nothing short of fantastic, as the curtain was pulled back showcasing the iconic Harbourtown Lighthouse and the Calibogue Sound. This year’s attendance levels are still being calculated, but roughly 130,000 guests attended last year’s RBC Heritage. Many speculate that the 2017 spectator figures will be even higher. It’s likely that the weather, with sunny skies and temperatures from the mid-70s to 80 degrees, combined with the holiday weekend, contributed to the success of the tournament. Additional factors contributing to the tournament's success include the volunteers…

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