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Hilton Head Island, South Carolina Stylish Coastal Home for Sale
23 S. Forest Beach Dr., Apt. 391, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina 29928
Off the southern South Carolina coast, posh Hilton Head Island is the setting for this stylish, cozy coastal condominium in a building called Seaside Villa. The home has one bedroom, one bath, 518 square feet and was built in 1979. The asking price is $349,900.
The interior has beautiful wood plank and tile flooring, white and slate blue walls and a white ceiling. A large mirror on one living area wall makes the home look larger than it is. The sizeable windows and private balcony offer views of greenery and the Atlantic Ocean.
The lovely kitchen has white cabinetry, a gray/white granite countertop and backsplash, stainless steel appliances and designer lighting.
A small window and a closet are in the bedroom. Bunkbeds line the foyer, providing extra sleeping space. Wood paneling and a shower and tub are in the bath.
Community amenities include a swimming pool, a sundeck and a boardwalk/sand path to the breathtaking beach.
The HOA fee is $450 per month.
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Hilton Head Island, South Carolina:
Started in the mid-1600s on a barrier island of the same name, Hilton Head Island, or Hilton Head, is populated with gated communities, most of which are tucked amid tall trees. Most have a world class golf course and a marina. Homes are generally large and beautiful.
With an affulent, understated vibe, the community has long been a vacation destination but really saw development begin to boom in the 1950s. Although much of the island is in private hands, the beaches are public (although often with private access) and large resorts, such as Sea Pines and Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort, attract thousands of tourists each summer.
Festivals are many, varied and include the Wine and Food Festival, which is one of the largest such festivales on the East coast, and the annual Gullah Celebration, which remembers a part of the island's rich culture and long history. Boutiques, fun restaurants and national retailers are all here.
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