Berkeley Hall

Bluffton Private

As one of the nation’s most esteemed clubs, Berkeley Hall has been consistently showered with accolades since it's debut.  Just a few of the well deserved awards include:  Platinum Club of America 2021-23 by Club Leaders Forum and selection as a Distinguished Emerald Club by Boardroom Magazine. In addition, Berkeley Hall not only claims a spot within the top 50 of the nation’s top 150 country clubs but also holds the coveted rank of the second-best platinum country club in South Carolina. It ranks among Travel & Leisure’s “Top 100 Golf Communities,” Links Magazine’s “Top 100 Premiere Properties,” and is highlighted among Golfweek’s “Best Residential Courses.” Berkeley Hall is home to two championship golf courses designed by Tom Fazio, as well as a variety of other amenities, including a state-of-the-art golf learning center, a spa and fitness center, and a 35,000-square-foot clubhouse.

366 Good Hope Rd. Okatie, S.C. 29910

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The Courses of Berkeley Hall

Architect: Tom Fazio

The North Course: Built in 2001 / The South Course: Built in 2004

Known simply as the North Course and South Course, an exquisite pair of Tom Fazio-designed golf courses are the centerpiece of the community, and they are completely free from inner residences or roadways.  Drawing inspiration from timeless designs of the 1920s, Berkeley Hall is reminiscent of renowned venues such as Riviera Country Club, Winged Foot, and Seminole. Guided by a layout that winds through an expansive coastal landscape framed by coastal grasses, the two courses boast striking changes in elevation, captivating water elements, and strategically daring bunkering that eloquently exhibit the architect’s craftsmanship.

The North Course is a classic parkland golf venue, adorned with grand live oaks, towering loblolly pines, blooming azaleas, and elegant crepe myrtles. The course is framed by the golden marshes of the Okatie River and features tree lined fairways, shimmering lakes, and boldly sculpted green complexes. “The North Course at Berkeley Hall is one of the finest and most dramatic courses I have designed,” says course designer Tom Fazio. 

The South Course is more challenging, with dramatic elevation changes, water hazards, and strategically placed bunkers. “Berkeley Hall represents pure golf at its finest, a celebration of everything that is great about the game,” adds Fazio. “Every round feels like a walk in the park.”

In addition, Berkeley Hall provides members with an exceptional practice facility spanning 33 acres, including four short-game greens complete with replica bunkers, climate-controlled hitting bays, a “super bay” equipped with the latest Trackman 4 swing analytics technology, and a versatile mobile canopy allowing practice regardless of weather conditions. Members can also access transformative tools like AimPoint green reading, hailed by numerous teachers for its impact on their success. Complimentary weekly swing clinics, conducted by world-class golf professionals each Tuesday and Friday, are open to all members.

Berkeley Hall

North Course

  • Par

72

  • Yards

7,148

  • Slope

142

  • Rating

75.1

Berkeley Hall

South Course

  • Par

72

  • Yards

7,239

  • Slope

141

  • Rating

75.2

Berkeley Hall

The Community

  • Berkeley Hall, a private community spanning 960 scenic acres along the Okatie River, is esteemed as one of the finest golf communities in the Lowcountry.
  • Alongside the golf courses, Berkeley Hall offers various amenities, including: A state-of-the-art golf learning center with four climate-controlled hitting bays, a mobile canopy structure, and a short-game complex.
  • A spa and fitness center featuring an indoor pool, whirlpool, state-of-the-art cardiovascular and strength equipment, Pilates and yoga rooms, saunas, steam rooms, and spa treatment areas.
  • A 35,000-square-foot clubhouse with multiple dining venues and a veranda providing sweeping views of the golf course.
  • A river park with a community dock, ideal for fishing, kayaking, and paddleboarding.
  • Tennis courts, a playground, and pickleball courts.
  • Central to the community is the magnificent 35,000-square-foot Jeffersonian-style clubhouse, offering multiple dining venues and ultimate relaxation at the lavish spa and fitness center.
  • The spa and fitness center provide various amenities such as spa treatments, an indoor pool, hot tub, cardiovascular and strength equipment, Pilates and yoga rooms, saunas, steam rooms, and a specialty coffee and juice bar.
  • Adjacent facilities include tennis courts, an outdoor pool with private cabanas, a children's playground, and pickleball courts.
  • The Veranda, a sprawling 4,500-square-foot space, offers a casual atmosphere for dining, entertaining, and socializing while providing views of the North Course.
  • With nearly two miles of waterfront property, the river park at Berkeley Hall offers an ideal setting for boating, kayaking, fishing, and other waterfront activities.
  • Residents enjoy planned events and activities throughout the year, including wine tastings, weekly card games, live music on the Veranda, and signature Fourth of July fireworks and Thanksgiving Oyster Roasts.

Berkeley Hall Initiation Fee $80,000

Berkeley Hall

Real Estate

  • Berkeley Hall's homes, inspired by distinctive Lowcountry architecture, offer a range from grand estates to charming Lowcountry-inspired cottages.
  • Residents are welcomed as cherished members of the Berkeley Hall family.
  • Berkeley Hall stands out as the Southeast's lowest-density private course, with an average of only 5.3 homesites per hole.
  • The Carolina Lifestyle Homes at Berkeley Hall epitomize luxurious indoor-outdoor living, featuring terraced gardens, native landscaping, a Carolina Atrium, and expansive screened-in outdoor rooms.
  • Many estate homes and homesites provide breathtaking views of marshes, rivers, lagoons, golf vistas, or wooded landscapes, showcasing architectural styles ranging from traditional Lowcountry to Caribbean, Mediterranean, and French Country.
  • Some homesites offer access to deep-water docks with boat lifts.
  • Berkeley Hall spans 1,000 acres within a gated community, conveniently located just seven miles from the Hilton Head bridges, providing easy access to Bluffton's thriving dining and entertainment hub, Berkeley Place.
  • Embrace a life of luxury and natural splendor at Berkeley Hall, where spacious homesites, stunning views, and world-class amenities converge to create an unparalleled living experience.

Berkeley Hall POA Fees:  $24,230 Annually. 

 $1,807 Capital Contribution

**All Rates Subject to Change**

Recent Sales

One Year Sales Range 

(updated 9/12/2023)

The Cottages: $545K-$700K / The Estates: $725K-$2.2M

Berkeley Hall Discovery Package

  • Explore Berkeley Hall's beauty, lifestyle, and ownership opportunities with a one of a kind Hospitality Package.  During your stay at Berkeley Hall you will experience a private tour showcasing all of the community's unbelievable features.  When it's time to relax your luxury Golf Cottage accommodations will be waiting.  Enjoy 1 round of golf per person per day, while having full access to the Golf Practice & Learning Center Facility, Spa & Fitness Center, as well as River Park.  The Berkeley Hall Discovery Package is $365 per night plus 11% tax (2 Night Stay Minimum).

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