Palmetto Hall Plantation is a non-resort gated community with 523 lots of which 426 are developed properties. The Plantation has two great 18 hole golf courses, the Arthur Hills Course and the Robert Cupp Course, two tennis courts, a pool and pavilion and a beautiful southern-style clubhouse. There are a range of home styles to choose from and all offer the Lowcountry charm that attracts people to Hilton Head Island.
What makes Palmetto Hall Plantation a special community?
According to Celebrate Hilton Head magazine... "Newer homes and accessibility are also two of the main attractions in Palmetto Hall, one of Hilton Head’s “youngest” non-resort private residential communities. You are mere minutes from Main Street and Festival Centre, the public school complex and the hospital, and it’s a straight shot down Beach City Road or Mathews Drive respectively to get to the parks and recreation in the Fish Haul Creek area or the Folly Field beaches. You get to meet your neighbors, not by the name on their mailbox; you know them on a personal level and see them at the pool or at another club event. And those neighbors won’t tend to all fall into one dominant age group or demographic category. It’s not all retirees. It’s not all hardcore golfers. It’s not all families with small children. Palmetto Hall is gaining popularity with people who are moving south end to north end in a natural migration from something resort oriented to something more permanent. “We’re seeing a lot more families moving into Palmetto Hall.”
Homes for Sale
Lenox Lane is one of the best streets in Palmetto Hall Plantation! #22 Lenox Ln boasts 5 bedrooms and baths and a decor that makes designers envious. Families will love the design as it includes an open floor plan, hardwood floors, and lots of space to gather or get away! The chef's kitchen offers granite, stainless steel appliances, center island and breakfast bar & eat-in area. Who doesn't love a first-floor master bedroom with not one, but two walk-in closets, large spa-like ensuite with jacuzzi?