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Green Heron – Hilton Head Ocean Front Properties For Sale
Green Heron is the fourth ‘T-Street’ inside the Sea Pines Plantation Ocean Gate in Sea Pines subarea Ocean Side.  This is where to find all Green Heron – Hilton Head Ocean Front Properties For Sale.  This street is one of the larger and has 29 properties located on it, arranged first through seventh-row .  It affords the resident an ocean front or ocean-row experience and quick and easy ingress/egress from Sea Pines Plantation.  In addition to being right at the Ocean Gate, Green Heron owners are close to Hilton Head Prep School and Sea Pines Montessori School, the Sea Pines Forest Preserve, with over 600 acres of pristine and largely undisturbed nature as it was, the Sea Plantation Club, where residents have access to restaurants, meeting rooms, and the Ocean and Heron Pointe golf courses.  Mr. Charles Fraser’s first working office in Sea Pines was from a second-row residence on Green Heron that he constructed for his own family and the third-row walkway residence of the developer of Ocean Front HHI was originally built by one of Sea Pines first bankers in consideration for repayment of loan.

Manicured lawns with attractive ground covering surround homes of modern construction and also residences that exude old Lowcountry charm. The homes’ upper stories are almost hidden in the towering oak, pine, and palm trees. Privacy fences are quaint, and the latticed underpinnings of homes compliment shingled roofs. Quaint window shutters open and close, hanging baskets of ferns decorate porches, and azaleas bloom profusely. Latticed underpinnings further enhance the coastal architecture.

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This is where you will find Green Heron – Hilton Head Ocean Front Properties For Sale.  There are a total of 29 T-Streets with some 625 +/- properties on these T-Streets, dependent upon how many have been combined since the last writing.  The “T-Street” is a concept alleged to have been developed by Stewart Dawson of Boston land planning firm Sasaki Associates in the late 1950s as a response to Mr. Charles Fraser’s concerns with the ability of the resort to sell properties not on the ocean within a reasonable time.  Hideo Sasaki, professor and Chairman of the Harvard Graduate School of Landscape Design, was part of the ‘brain trust’ that Mr. Fraser put together in the early days of ‘Sea Pines University’, drawing from Ivy League, UNC-Chapel Hill, Duke, and UVa.  As a reference, ocean front lots were originally priced at $5,300 at original release in 1957.  By the time of the first Heritage Classic, the price had risen to approximately $100,000 and more.

Home ownership in Sea Pines Plantation is billed at the improved property rate for the purposes of paying annual plantation fees.  This entitles the property owner to all plantation amenities, such as 24-hour security gate and patrol, the Sea Pines Beach Club and Tower Beach Club (property owners only), shoppes and restaurants at the Plantation Club, South Beach Marina Village, Sea Pines Center, and Harbour Town.  Other amenities include the 605+ acre Sea Pines Forest Preserve, Heritage Farms, Lawton Stables, Six Oaks Cemetery, Stoney Baynard Ruins.  There is a Sea Pines community pool at Harbour Town and a membership-available pool at South Beach Marina Village.  Tennis court times and memberships are also available at South Beach Racquet Club.  Golf is available to Sea Pines property owners at preferred rates on the Ocean and Sea Marsh/Heron Pointe courses at the Plantation Club and on the world-renowned Harbour Town Golf Links at Harbour Town Golf Club.  Membership at the exclusive Sea Pines Country Club is available to Sea Pines residents on an application basis.  More information is available at the Community Service Associates site, which is the Property Owner’s Association and Architectural Review Board for Sea Pines Plantation.

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