Shipyard Plantation Villas

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Randy's Hilton Head Real Estate

If you are considering the purchase of a Hilton Head Island condo, you should consider a Shipyard Plantation Villa. This resort community contains over 800 acres and is very convenient to Coligny Plaza on one side and the Wexford shopping area on the other. Between these 2 areas you will find plenty of restaurants, shops, grocery stores, ice cream, liquor and even a movie theater.Shipyard Beach Walk

Shipyard Plantation is home to world famous Van Der Meer Tennis with a luxury Crowne Plaza Resort located next door. For the golf enthusiast, The Shipyard Golf Club offers 27 holes surrounded by dense forests and wide open lagoons. Everyone will enjoy the bicycle paths that run throughout the plantation and allow easy access to the beach.

Speaking of the beach, Shipyard has a gorgeous, new Beach Club facility with restrooms, a private dining facility with bar and storage lockers available for property owners. As an owner, you can reserve this waterfront facility for a family reunion, wedding or any type of gathering that you imagine.

Shipyard Beach ClubNow that you are familiar with the amenities, you will be pleased to find out that Shipyard Real Estate has many different types of rental condos for sale. They offer 1 to 4 bedrooms with Golf, Tennis and Lagoon views. Some of the Shipyard Villas have low density with only 12 villas sharing the grounds and some are quite large with many amenities like tennis courts and multiple swimming pools. Some of the more popular villas are Beachwalk, The Greens, Tennismaster, Evian and Colonnade.

So remember, If your interests are in purchasing a villa for a second home or rental, you should consider a Shipyard Plantation Villa. You will be happy that you did.

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Randy Smith

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