Property Address: 11 Tabby Point Lane, Okatie SC 29909
Asking Price: $629,000 Beds/Baths: 3 BRs/ 3.5 BAs
Set on the idyllic island of Callawassie,, SC, at 11 Tabby Point Lane, this secluded 3,500-sf Lowcountry home is styled in traditional cedar and brick. Water views encompass Padget’s Island and the Colleton River.
KEY FEATURES: 11 Tabby Point Lane
- 200 feet of unobstructed waterfront views
- Looks out on Padget’s Island, the Colleton River, saltwater marsh
- Open kitchen w/ large island
- Fireplace in the living room
- Individual his-and-her offices
- Master suite w/ large bath, sitting area, private garden
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> More Community Information: Callawassie Island, SC
About Callawassie Island
Set in the Carolina Lowcountry, Callawassie Island is a private, gated island community offering world-class Tom Fazio golf and a full complement of amenities. A half-mile causeway provides a relaxing, almost magical approach to the island, where peace and quiet are as plentiful as vibrant activity.
Callawassie is ideally located—near Hilton Head Island–yet a world apart from its crowds, noise and traffic. For convenience and charm, Beaufort is only 15 minutes away and historic Savannah, Georgia, only 30.
The homes and homesites of Callawassie—including waterfront— are among the area’s best values. Send me more about this home in Callawassie Island!
Golf by Tom Fazio
In designing the 27-hole Callawassie Island golf course, Fazio took advantage of a lush natural environment to create intriguing visual drama as well as excellent playability.
One of the master architect’s earliest designs, the course meanders intimately along the river and salt marshes in a way that environmental regulations make difficult today. And wth a recent $4 million renovation, the three distinct nines play like new. Send me more about this home in Callawassie Island!
A Certified Community Wildlife Habitat
Callawassie Island is the first South Carolina community to have been designated a “Community Wildlife Habitat” by the National Wildlife Federation.
Coexisting with nature—with live oaks and palmettos, with egrets and herons, and with the thriving ecosystem of the salt marsh—has always been important here. Send me more about this home in Callawassie Island!