73 Stable Gate Road, Hilton Head Island, SC 29926
Asking Price: $375,000 Beds/Baths: 2 BRs / 2 BAs
This well-maintained lock-and-leave home at 73 Stable Gate Road offers 1,371 sf of open-concept living space in Moss Creek. Its ranch-style design offers single-level living.
The home’s naturally landscaped property has graceful moss-draped oaks to provide summer shade. An enclosed atrium space connects indoor comfort to the natural environment. This home has a newly installed HVAC system.
KEY FEATURES: 73 Stable Gate Road
Enjoy many natural spaces in this home.
- Private oak-shaded property
- 1,371 sf of lock-and-leave convenience
- White and natural-wood finishes
- Bookcases and other built-ins
- Enclosed atrium brings outdoors in
- New HVAC system
- Window treatments convey with purchase
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> More Community Information: Moss Creek Plantation, Hilton Head Island SC
About Moss Creek
Oak trees, tall pines, ponds and tidal marshes dot the course.
Moss Creek is a private, master-planned community covering 1,000 acres just minutes from the bridge that leads to world-famous Hilton Head Island. The property, blessed with natural beauty, is maintained and managed with utmost care and attention to detail.
Property owners each own a share of Moss Creek’s enviable amenities—two great golf courses, seven tennis courts, fully equipped equestrian center, boat storage facility, two nature preserves, 14,000-sf clubhouse, casual waterfront pavilion, marshfront pool and miles of trails.
Moss Creek Golf by Tom Fazio
Golf at Moss Creek Golf Club is a testament to the early greatness of Tom Fazio, who designed the entire Devils Elbow complex—both the South and North 18-hole courses. Each is lined with magnificent oak trees and tall airy pines, giving way to scented salt marshes.
The layouts at Moss Creek Golf Club can be best described as Lowcountry golf landscape accented by large ponds and water tributaries with tidal salt marshes at the edges. Golfers pause to spot alligators sunning on the banks, egrets and circling hawks or eagles, even a family of wild turkeys moving silently by.