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Callawassie Island

Callawassie Island was settled by the Yamassee Indians, with evidence pointing to the 17th century. Over time they were expelled by the English and new settlements popped up over the next few centuries until the modern age. Now, the Lowcountry terrain has been transformed into a remarkable waterfront golf community blending high-quality housing with the finest in recreational amenities. The residents of 717 homes and home sites have access to 33 lagoons, three parks, one butterfly garden, and three rookeries, as well as a 27-hole golf course designed by Tom Fazio, six Har- Tru tennis courts, two pools, two clubhouses, two kayak launch docks, and three community fishing/crabbing docks, which also provide boat slips for both long-term and daily dockage.

With 11 miles of coastline and fertile salt marshes surrounding a landscape of green meadows and moss-draped oaks, Callawassie Island has been developed in a careful, environmentally sensitive manner that garnered South Carolina’s first Community Wildlife Habitat designation. The location is convenient to Hilton Head Island, Beaufort and Savannah, allowing residents to enjoy an idyllic rural lifestyle along with the abundant natural and cultural attractions of the Carolina Lowcountry.


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