Brunswick County (Seawatch)
Southeastern North Carolina is rich in history and has served as a nautical landmark and port of call for many explorers throughout time. Emerging on the southernmost tip of this coastline, Seawatch at Sunset Harbor is a charming community with miles of preserved natural beauty. The community offers waterfront on the Intracoastal Waterway, innovative architecture, and a 23-acre amenity campus and beach club. Just minutes from the quaint fishing village of Southport, North Carolina, and conveniently located along the popular coastal corridor between historic Wilmington and the Grand Strand of Myrtle Beach, Seawatch at Sunset Harbor offers an active, coastal environment.
Knoxville/Smokey Mountains (Rarity Bay)
In the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains is Rarity Bay, a master-planned community with French Country architecture, horseback riding, golf, bike and hike trails, tennis and boating. Rarity Bay is 960 acres along Tellico Lake and only a short 30-45 minute drive into Knoxville.
Known as the “Heart of the Lowcountry”, Bluffton is one of the last true coastal villages in the South boasting Antebellum homes, historic churches and unique shops line the moss-shaded streets of the downtown historic district. Situation on a bluff overlooking the pristine May River, Bluffton was the favorite summer getaway for wealthy Savannahians during the 19th century. Today, this gorgeous town offers residents world class golf, fishing, equestrian and tennis facilities within private, gated communities. Located minutes from the beaches of Hilton Head Island the excitement of Savannah, GA, there is no question why Bluffton was named the #1 Amazing Non-Beach Getaway by Huffington Post and one of the Top Ten Places to Retire by Forbes.
Pawleys Island, located 70 miles north of Charleston and 25 miles south of Myrtle Beach, is known as one of the oldest summer resorts on the East Coast. Its leisurely existence has developed the charm of Pawleys that draws tourists from near and far. Still in existence are 12 residences in the historic district, which date from the late 1700′s to the mid 1800′s. Pawleys is known for its shoeless, carefree, laid-back life style, which includes crabbing in the adjacent creeks, fishing, the stories of ghosts, the rope hammocks and the unspoiled, unsophisticated, casual, delightful stretch of wide beach and sand dunes.
Nestled into the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Greenville has combined traditional southern charm, stunning natural beauty and an unexpected contemporary cool to create one of America's hottest emerging destinations and fastest growing cities. From a revitalized downtown ranked among "America's Ten Best" by Forbes Magazine to downtown Greenville's one-of-a-kind Liberty Bridge, quaint shops, boutiques, and fabulous restaurants to a world-class collection of museums, galleries, this area beckons tourists and year-around residents alike.
Port St. Lucie, (The Tesoro Club)
At 1,400 acres, Tesoro private country club and residential community is known as the crowning jewel of Florida’s Treasure Coast. An official PGA Tour host, the eight year-old compound is comprised of two signature-designed championship golf courses by the golf legends Arnold Palmer and Tom Watson, a three-story, 100,000 plus square-foot Grand Clubhouse, and Mediterranean-inspired neighborhoods. Overlooking a 120-acre lake, the Grand Clubhouse is influenced by Tuscany and features a barrel-style roof, soaring clocktower, and twin circular staircases. Tesoro’s wetlands are one of the biggest draws to the property. Blessed with an abundance of lakes, towering pines, and mature oaks, the native scenery of Tesoro provides endless inspiration for landscape designers, who have created a seamless and sensitive interplay between man and nature. The community that takes its name from the Italian word for “treasure” promises an unparalleled experience.
One of Florida's newest cities (incorporated 1999), Palm Coast is a Florida paradise – situated on 70 miles of saltwater and freshwater canals and the Intracoastal Waterway and just minutes from pristine Atlantic Ocean beaches. Vibrant lifestyle and the natural environment go hand-in-hand here. The City offers a dozen beautiful parks, 125+ miles of connecting trails and paths for walking/bicycling, abundant fishing and boating, a year-round Running Series, and world-class tennis and golf. Lined with historic oaks, towering pines and indigenous vegetation, Palm Coast's parks and trails showcase the splendid elegance of the native Florida landscape. Bird-watching is popular at St. Joe Walkway and Linear Park, which are designated as Great Florida Birding & Wildlife Trails, and visitors can spot dolphins and seabirds as they stroll along the Intracoastal at Waterfront Park.