Palmetto Hall

Hilton Head Island Private

Palmetto Hall Plantation offers a serene Hilton Head Island lifestyle, providing a buffer from the tourist hustle and bustle. Just beyond the community gate, you’ll find everything you need, including schools, shopping, dining, professional services, churches, the recreation center, and access to quieter local parks and beaches preferred by residents. Palmetto Hall Plantation caters to families, empty-nesters, and retirees, fostering a close-knit community. Its relatively small size, spanning 750 acres with fewer than 600 homesites, promotes a strong neighborhood bond.

108 Fort Howell Dr. Hilton Head Island, SC 29926

  • (843) 342-2582

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The Courses at Palmetto Hall

The Hills and The Cupp

Arthur Hills Course

Architect: Arthur Hills
Built: 1991

The Arthur Hills course at Palmetto Hall is renowned for its exceptional architectural design. The course features a unique layout with fairways and greens framed by mounding, reminiscent of rolling hills prevalent in golf course design from the late 1980s and 1990s. One notable feature of the course is the presence of large pine and oak trees that line the fairways and overhang into play areas. These majestic trees not only enhance the aesthetic appeal but also provide strategic obstacles, requiring precise tee and approach shots to navigate successfully. The course demands strategic thinking and precision in shot placement to avoid hazards and navigate the challenging tree-lined fairways. The course offers a diverse range of holes, each presenting its own set of strategic challenges and opportunities. With its thoughtfully designed layout and beautiful natural surroundings, the Arthur Hills course at Palmetto Hall continues to be recognized as one of the best courses on Hilton Head Island.

Robert Cupp Course

Architects: Robert Cupp and David Johnson
Built: 1993

The Robert Cupp course at Palmetto Hall was designed to accommodate golfers of various skill levels, featuring generous fairways, making it enjoyable for both beginners and experienced players. The course incorporates strategic water hazards that come into play on several holes and well-placed bunkers with sharp-angled edges and steep slopes. These bunkers not only serve as hazards but also contribute to the course’s overall aesthetic. They require players to carefully consider approach shots, adding strategic depth to the course. One distinctive aspect of the Robert Cupp Course is its geometry-influenced layout. The design incorporates sharp angles and straight lines, which is a departure from the more traditional, curvilinear fairways seen on many golf courses. This geometric influence adds an interesting and unique visual element to the course. The course embraces the natural beauty of the Lowcountry and enhances the natural landscape rather than overpowering it.

Palmetto Hall provides excellent practice facilities including a full-length driving range, short game area, and practice green. While golf club membership is available, it’s not mandatory for property ownership.

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Initiation Fee $3,500

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The Community

  • Palmetto Hall Plantation fosters a vibrant community spirit, offering residents an active social calendar filled with events and gatherings such as wine tastings, themed parties, and community picnics.
  • The 14,000-square-foot clubhouse serves as the heart of the community, featuring a junior Olympic-sized swimming pool, tennis courts, a recreation field, a playground, an outdoor pavilion, dining options, and social events.
  • A 100-acre nature preserve within the community provides residents with opportunities to explore beautiful natural environments, including lagoons, wetlands, woods, and native Lowcountry wildlife.
  • Additional community amenities include a softball field, a women's club, a fitness center, and beach access, catering to various interests and activities.
  • Palmetto Hall's serene ambiance and natural beauty are accentuated by moss-draped oak trees, pristine lagoons, and well-maintained landscapes.
  • The community is committed to environmental stewardship and sustainable practices, ensuring the preservation of the island’s unique ecosystem for future generations.

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Real Estate

  • Homes in Palmetto Hall Plantation are exclusively single-family, reflecting a Southern classical architectural style.
  • The community does not feature condos or villas, and short-term rentals are prohibited, fostering a year-round residential atmosphere with friendly neighbors and inviting outdoor living spaces.
  • Most properties offer scenic views of fairways, lagoons, or wooded areas, enhancing the natural ambiance of the community.
  • Palmetto Hall Plantation spans 750 acres and is a non-resort gated community located just east of Hilton Head Plantation.
  • As one of the island’s newer residential developments, most homes feature newer construction, contributing to a modern living environment.
  • With over 200 acres of wetlands and nature preserves, residents can enjoy stunning views from their homes, connecting with the island’s natural beauty.
  • Property ownership in Palmetto Hall includes flexible social or golf memberships to Palmetto Hall Club, providing access to amenities such as dining, tennis courts, and a swimming pool.

Palmetto Hall POA Fees: 1,952 Annually

Recent Sales

1 Year Sales Range $695K to $1.4M

 (Updated 10.05.23)

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