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COMMUNITIES


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Colleton River Plantation


The Colleton River experience is unlike anything else in South Carolina luxury—which is part of the reason why this lavish 1,500-acre community was named one of the top 15 Private Residential Communities in the United States. Seven miles of stunning shoreline and tranquil tideland front this majestic upscale community, which sits on a high bluff peninsula, surrounded by scenic estuary on three sides and a serene nature preserve on the other.

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Colleton River Plantation


The Colleton River experience is unlike anything else in South Carolina luxury—which is part of the reason why this lavish 1,500-acre community was named one of the top 15 Private Residential Communities in the United States. Seven miles of stunning shoreline and tranquil tideland front this majestic upscale community, which sits on a high bluff peninsula, surrounded by scenic estuary on three sides and a serene nature preserve on the other. And as far as Lowcountry golf goes, you’ll find some of the best among two Colleton River’s two courses—its Nicklaus-designed course and its Pete Dye course (immortalized in Robert Redford’s “The Legend of Bagger Vance”).

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Palmetto Bluff


A generation ago along the banks of the May River, R. T. Wilson—an investment banker from New York—amassed over 20,000 acres and named it Palmetto Bluff. On the grounds he built the Wilson mansion, where he retreated with family and friends during the winter to escape the crowds and weather in New York City. It’s not surprising that today, this historic property is known as “The last great land treasure on the East Coast.”

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Palmetto Bluff


A generation ago along the banks of the May River, R. T. Wilson—an investment banker from New York—amassed over 20,000 acres and named it Palmetto Bluff. On the grounds he built the Wilson mansion, where he retreated with family and friends during the winter to escape the crowds and weather in New York City. It’s not surprising that today, this historic property is known as “The last great land treasure on the East Coast.”

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