Located in the Edgefield subdivision off Buckwalter Parkway, 233 Stoney Crossing offers both at-home comfort and convenient access to beaches, restaurants, golf, and a variety of day trips. The house is 1800 square feet with four bedrooms, two full baths, and two half baths. One bedroom, with a full size bed, shares a “Jack and Jill” bathroom with a second bedroom with two twin beds. A third, oversized bedroom sleeps four with two twin beds and a bunk bed and has its own, separate, half bath - a great place to put the kids. The master bedroom features a king sized bed and full master bath with double sink, large tub and shower. Wooded lot with lagoon and lots of wildlife. Features community pool (open May to early October, please inquire), playground and basketball court just a short walk away.
Full kitchen with dishwasher and side by side fridge with icemaker, Washer Dryer, 55” Smart TV in living room, dvd player, High speed internet and cable television.
Oyster festival, Beaufort water festival, St. Patrick's Day Savannah march, beer festivals, April golf tournament.
Baby items included:
Pack and play, high chair, umbrella stroller, gate for stairs
Located in the heart of South Carolina’s Low Country, Bluffton is known for its eclectic Old Town district and natural views of the May River. Conveniently located between Interstate 95 and US Route 278 to Hilton Head Island, Bluffton has been called "the last true coastal village of the South." Long a stopover between Hilton Head and Savannah, Bluffton has become a tourist destination in its own right with a large number of restaurants and shopping areas such as Tanger Outlets and the newly renovated Old Towne historic district. An eclectic art destination, Bluffton has several art galleries located along Calhoun Street and is home to South Carolina's last full-time oyster shucking business, Bluffton Oyster Co, which first opened in 1899 at the end of Wharf Street on the banks of the May River. Bluffton is a Golfers’ paradise, and is a short drive to Hilton Head via the new Bluffton Parkway flyover. Daytrips to historic Savannah (40 mins), Charleston (2 hrs), Port Royal (40 mins), Tybee Island (1 hr)
Golf (excerpts from Golf Digest)
Avoid the hassles of Hilton Head Island and more expensive green fees by golfing on more than a dozen golf courses along Highway 278 in Bluffton.
Bluffton, a growing retirement community, is home to more than a dozen golf courses stacked up one after another along Fording Island Road (also known as Highway 278), the gateway to Hilton Head Island. Stephen Neville, the head professional at Crescent Pointe Golf Club, said when he invites family and friends to visit he recommends they stay in Bluffton.
"You can spend a whole week [here] and not even go on the Island," he said. "There are a lot of local restaurants people don't even know about. It's still growing.
"I like that we are halfway between Hilton Head Island and Savannah, You can go in either direction for a day trip.”
May River Golf Club
May River Golf Club’s setting off the main roadway sets it apart from the local competition. In 2004, Jack Nicklaus completed a visually stunning 7,171-yard course that weaves through coastal wetlands and along the banks of the May River. Caddies are required, and walking is encouraged to fully appreciate the relaxed atmosphere. The back nine features the unique combination of three par 3s, three par 4s and three par 5s. The Inn at Palmetto Bluff, an Auberge Resort, serves up premier Southern hospitality.
Old South Golf Links
The 6,772-yard Old South Golf Links, built in 1991 by Clyde Johnston, climaxes for a stretch of holes on the front nine (nos. 6-9) and the back nine (nos. 16-17) that skirt the Intracoastal marshes of McKay's Creek with the Calibogue Sound on the horizon. "Golfers get mesmerized by the setting,” said Jim Uremovich, the head professional at Old South. "They get lost out there. Regardless if they are playing bad, they enjoy it."
Hilton Head National
Gary Player's fine design, located just one mile from the bridge to the island, essentially put Bluffton golf on the map in 1989. Unfortunately, overwhelming growth within the region ultimately cost the club some of its best holes. Eminent domain for construction of the new Bluffton Parkway forced Hilton Head National to shrink from 27 holes to a 6,730-yard, 18-hole routing in 2009. The front nine by Bobby Weed plays much different than the back nine by Gary Player. Combined, they still deliver the natural setting without real estate that attracted players in the first place. "Our biggest sellers are if you don't want 'condo golf' and slow five-hour rounds, your best option is out here in Bluffton," said Sterlyn Mitchell, the head golf professional at Hilton Head National.
Crescent Pointe Golf Club
Arnold Palmer's contribution to Bluffton is a good one that finishes along the banks of the Colleton River. The 6,773-yard Cresent Point Golf Club opened in 2000. Roughly 16 holes require a forced carry of some kind, so choose tees wisely. The epic ninth green rises from the marsh as an island par 3, playing 219 yards from the tips. The dramatic three-hole finish flows parallel to the riverbank. "It's one of the courses down here you don't get bored of playing," Neville said. "It's rough. Every tee shot, approach, there's a challenge. It's got great views. It is not a plain golf course. Each hole has something different to look at."
Eagle's Pointe Golf Club
Eagle’s Pointe Golf Club, one of Davis Love III's first designs, came on board in 1998. At 6,780 yards, it is much more playable than sister course Crescent Pointe. Golfers won't lose as many balls. Its wide fairways are as rare in the Lowcountry as snow. A strong collection of par 3s varies in yardage and looks. The sixth hole might be short at 329 yards, although it's the best par 4 strategically. A grove of trees and a pond sit along the right side, pinching the fairway.
Hilton Head Island – 20 minutes
Charleston – 2 hrs
Port Royal – 40 minutes
Savannah, 40 minutes
Tybee Island – 1 hour
20 minutes to beautiful beaches on Hilton Head Island
Visit the farmer’s market on a Thursday evening where vendors setup selling fruits, veggies, kettle corn, fresh squeezed lemonade and other items