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Jan. 22, 2020 • SECTION SC Volume 23, I­ ssue 2

Yes, We Wood! See page 3SC Peggy Randall makes a clean cut on a band saw as Kay Blevins watches. The two are members of the WoodChicks, a SIG of the Woodworkers and Modelmakers Guild.. PHOTO BY TOM MILLS

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Jan. 22, 2020

11 Willow Brook Drive Wisteria Model $339,000

294 Havenview Lane Vernon Hill with Loft Model $379,000

57 Spring Beauty Drive Surrey Crest Model $319,500

198 Cutter Circle Riverbend Lot $78,000

2 Orchid Lane Wisteria Model $339,000

37 Doncaster Lane Heron Model $299,000

18 Whitepoint Gardens Way Cumberland Hall Model $399,900

44 Crescent Creek Drive Pelican Model $324,500

2 Sago Place Riverbend Lot $99,900

100 Nightingale Lane Wisteria Model $429,000

294 Havenview Lane Vernon Hill with Loft Model $379,000

4 BRs, 3BAs, Den plus loft w/ private great room, BR and BA. 18 x 13 heated & cooled Carolina Rm with tile floors adding an additional 234 sq.ft, totaling 2817 sq.ft. of heated/cooled space. Open floor plan, wood floors in great rm, dining area and den. Kitchen has maple cabinets and black appliances. All bathrooms have raised vanities, cultured marble sinks and moen faucets. Brick Paver driveway extension and Brick Paver rear patio. Architectural shingles. Attic storage and Tech shield. HVAC replaced 2016. Call Donnie or Rick.

44 Crescent Creek Drive Pelican Model $324,500

Upgraded - 2BRs, 2BAs, den, Carolina Rm. 2 Car Gar w/ 4ft. extension, attic storage & tech shield. No stucco!! Vinyl siding installed 2018, Lifetime transferable warranty. New 2018 6� rain gutters, Brick paver patio w/ Viburnum Hedge for privacy. Brick paver front walk with driveway extension, Newer water heater, New Carrier HVAC 2017, Pull down stair in Master bedroom closet, Gourmet kitchen with double ovens, bay window, plantation shutters & corian counters, Bay window in master, utility sink, Hunter Douglas Silhouette blinds, crown molding, upgraded tile & carpet. Call Donnie or Rick.


Jan. 22, 2020

WoodChicks carve out niche in a traditionally male workshop

TOM MILLS

WoodChicks members, from left, Kay Blevins, Laura Hartley and Peggy Randall admire the fine details on a recently completed cutting board in the workshop of the Sun City Woodworkers and Modelmakers Guild.

By Katherine Mace CONTRIBUTOR

Ruffled, embroidered tool belts are evidence that the WoodChicks, a special interest group (SIG) of the Sun City Woodworkers and Modelmakers Guild, was formed as a support system for women, but men can, and do, belong too. Upon graduation from the guild’s basic woodworking classes, everyone (including the guys) is invited to join the WoodChicks. Nineteen percent of the 950-member guild are women. Peggy Randall, Laura Hartley and Kay Blevins were in the forefront when the group was formalized in March 2019. Kathy Kohler was their leader who spearheaded the effort to establish the WoodChicks, in which safety and woodworking standards are the same for all members. “There are three basic rules: safety, safety and safety,” said Randall, current president. “The woodshop can be a little intimidating at first, but everyone in the guild is supportive. We have fun! This is an uplifting place.” WoodChicks meets three times a month. On the first Monday, they greet new members, and some pair up with buddies. At their meetings, the WoodChicks have showand-tell where members can see the products of each other’s labor, and seek advice.

Does anyone ever make a woodworking mistake? Randall smiled and said, “When there is a screw up, we help each other with what we call ‘design modification’!” The impressive 9,000-square-foot workshop building houses equipment estimated to be worth $375,000. It was all bought and is maintained by guild members. “No CAM funds are used,” Hartley said. The guild has a resource room where members can get patterns, and can read about the guild’s history. Volunteers oversee the front desk, tool room, each of the five stations in the shop, and the 32 cameras that provide video surveillance of the entire woodshop. If there is an accident, which is rare, there is video evidence, so the cause and remedy can be determined, Randall said. “We welcome new members,” Randall said. “Lots of people come without any skills. The teachers are peers who live in the community.” Blevins, who is Hartley’s mother agrees. “This group has phenomenal teachers, and we laugh and have such fun together,” she said. “The people are all positive.” For more information about the WoodChicks, stop by the guild’s shop on Red Dam Road in Sun City. Katherine Mace is a writer who lives in Sun City.

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Jan. 22, 2020

Local Bird Count volunteers spot more than 10,000 birds By Jim Cubie CONTRIBUTOR

More than 200 residents in the Bluffton-Okatie area counted more than 10,000 birds as part of the annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count Dec. 17. About half of the counters were in Sun City. Special this year was the spotting of a Bullock’s Oriole, which had never been seen before in this area. It was seen and photographed in Rose Hill. The Sun City/Okatie count gets the second most participation in the state. Similar counts took place in more than 2,000 communities in the United States from Dec. 14 to Jan. 5. The Sun City-Okatie count includes eight communities: Sun City, Belfair, Callawassie, Rose Hill, Hampton Hall, Spring Island, Hampton Lakes and Oldfield. The Christmas Bird Count is a community affair, with teams organized by a volunteer in each neighborhood. The

teams usually set out early in the morning, either walking or in golf carts. There are an estimated 3,000 fewer birds today than if the count had taken place in the 1970s. This is a conservative estimate given the reduction in bird habitat in the area over the past 40 years in this area. In another 40 years, there will likely be 3,000 fewer birds. Major recent changes in bird protection laws will make it worse. Wetland and migratory bird protection laws have been greatly weakened by recent administrative actions which will increase deaths, even among birds groups that have done well. The traditional favorite, the Bald Eagle in Sun City was counted once more. The prevalence of eagles is a great illustration of how the Endangered Species Act can help a species recover. This act was recently greatly weakened by the Trump administration. The survey is especially important after the recent report in Science Magazine showing nearly a 30% drop in bird pop-

KEVIN BRADY

This male Bullock’s Oriole was identified by Mindy Cawley of Rose Hill at her suet feeder during the 2019 Rose Hill Christmas Bird Count in December. This is a western species normally ranging from the Pacific coast to Oklahoma and mid-Texas. The previous closest sighting was in the Brunswick, Ga., and Charleston areas.

ulations since the 70s – a loss of 3 billion birds. The report found that 12 groups, including common backyard birds such as sparrows, warblers, finches and blackbirds, were particularly hard hit. Data from CBC surveys played a critical role in confirming these shocking losses. The data collected in this year’s count will be used in the future to assess changes in bird populations. Bird volunteers are committed to preventing further losses. The Sun City Bird Club has developed specific actions which homeowners can take. The experts recommend three steps that citizens can take to help stem further losses. They are: 1. Keep cats inside. We love cats, but they kill birds. Cats are not bad; they are wired to hunt and kill. Veterinarians recommend keeping them inside. Indoor cats live much longer. 2. Protect birds feeding in your from hitting the windows of your house. About a half a billion birds die annually hitting windows – and 44% of those deaths are from residential window strikes. For a comparison of various bird window protection systems, including costs, photos of installed systems, and DIY

directions, visit Suncitybirdclub.org/window-strikes. These are scientifically tested options. Many popular options – like decals and hawk sculptures - do not work. (To compare the options at a local home, contact the author at the email below.) 3. Plant and protect native trees and shrubs. Do not cut down native trees. Oaks provide more bird food than any other plant in your yard (caterpillars, for example). As the nation’s leading expert has said. “The value of oaks to wildlife cannot be underestimated.” Affordable options to address concerns about root damage are also provided at suncitybirdclub.org/native-plants. This page is also a good resource for information about how to landscape with native trees and shrubs. There you will find a simple three-step process. It offers free landscape plans which show where to plant native trees and shrubs. It also includes photos of each tree, shrub and plant, and shows where you can buy them at local nurseries. Jim Cubie is the conservation coordinator for the Sun City Bird Club and overall Sun City-Okatie Christmas Bird Count coordinator. jimcubie1@gmail.com


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Jan. 22, 2020

Board acts positively to put sun back into Sun City

DAVID SMITH

An example of an unobtrusive solar array on a rear roof.

Begin living “The Seabrook Life” by moving to The Seabrook BEFORE you sell your home! Find out why Sun City residents are choosing The Seabrook for their retirement years!

By David Smith CONTRIBUTOR

The South Carolina Legislature passed the Energy Freedom Act and Gov. Henry McMaster signed it into law in May 2019. This law opened up solar energy for everyone in our state. Shortly thereafter, our Global Climate Change Group circulated a petition at the SCHH Earth Day Celebration. This petition, which was signed by nearly 300 residents, encouraged our board of directors to look into relaxing the design guidelines that restricted solar installations in the community. When presented with the petition and information about how much solar panels have changed since the guidelines had been enacted, and combined them with the recent passing of the Energy Freedom Act, the board felt they needed to ask the community how members felt about solar and put out their recent solar survey. The results, as reported at the Dec. 11, 2019, quarterly BOD meeting, were decisive. With more than 2,600 households responding, two of the three survey questions had 80% pro-solar responses and the third question had 72% in favor. Based on these results, the design guidelines have been updated, effective Jan. 1, to allow solar arrays on rear roofs that are visible from golf courses and across lagoons, both of which were previously not permitted. The board has also asked the Modifications Committee to try to work with homeowners to find ways to make their planned arrays acceptable.

A million U.S. homes installed solar panels in the three years 2016 through 2018. During the past few years, solar panels have become increasingly more efficient, less expensive, and more aesthetically pleasing. There are many reasons one might want to go solar: • Drastically reduce or even eliminate your electric bills, generate free power for your system’s entire 25-plus-year lifecycle. • Earn a great return on your investment. Average American homeowners pay off their solar panel system in seven to eight years and then keep on earning. • Protect against rising energy costs, which have averaged 3% increases over the past 10 years. • Increase property value. Solar panels raise a home’s value by an average 4.1% across the U.S., according to Zillow. • Boost U.S. energy independence. The sun is a near-infinite source of energy and a key component of achieving energy independence in the United States. • Create jobs and help your local economy. Solar-related jobs tend to be higher paying and cannot be outsourced, contributing significantly to the economy. • Doing the right thing, protecting the environment, reducing your carbon footprint, and contributing to our planet’s sustainability. The Global Climate Change Group welcomes your questions and comments at schhclimate@gmail.com. David Smith is resident of Sun City and a member of the Global Climate Change Group.


Jan. 22, 2020

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Why RE/MAX? RE/MAX gives your property more world wide exposure

Toni LaRose-Gerken,

Island Realty

Sun City/Riverbend Top Listing and Selling Agent for 2018.

Toni LaRose-Gerken LLC

Your Sun City and Riverbend Specialist

Call Toni direct cell: (843) 384-3574 or Toll Free 1-866-297-0142 N SU

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16 KNOTWEED COURT $349,900

1 HOLLY LANE - $489,900

Vernon Hill incl. SunRm & screened Lanai! Feat. 3BR’s + den/office, 2 full BA’s, large Great Rm w/Din. area, Plantation shutters, wood floors, decorator ceiling fans + many more upgrades. Near the back gate for easy access in & out of the community. Kitchen w/custom counters, SS appliances, many cabinets, pantry, a built-in desk + breakfast area. Laundry Rm w/cabinets. Master Ste provides both tub & walk-in shower, comfort height toilet, dual sinks, walk-in closet, tray ceiling & more. This house is perfect for anybody who wants to have a separate Suite containing 2 rooms plus a bath! EXTENDED GARAGE TOO!!

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32 DEBEAUFAIN DRIVE $400,000

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Lovely Del Webb home in desirable Riverbend. Situated on a pretty lagoon. Featuring 3 BR’s + DEN, 2 Full BA, spacious kitchen overlooking the Great Rm that provides beautiful views of the water. Complete with gas fireplace surrounded by built-in shelving and cabinets. Wood floors throughout w/a custom design all around the perimeter. The den/office has built-in cabinets and shelving. Lifetime warranty on hot water heater. HVAC only 2 years old. In addition to the 2-car garage, there is an attached golf cart garage with an actual garage door so you can pull the golf cart out easily. Come live in Riverbend & use all of Sun City amenities!

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41 CUTTER CIRCLE $410,000

One of the original Estate models Price adjustment! Get into Desirable by Del Webb, Rainer is EXT & w/ 3rd RIVERBEND at this low price! CAR GARAGE + many upgrades that This Bateau has 2 Bedrms plus dev. added. Super for entertaining, Den/Office/3rd opt. Bedrm, large extra patios in back past screened Kitchen w/breakfast area, 2 full Lanai. 2BR’s + den/office, 2BA’s, Bay Baths, spacious Master Suite.EXTRA windows, Hardiplank exterior, built-ins heated/AC room in Garage. Also in den/office + built-in entert’mt Includes golf cart storage area. Ctr in Great Rm. Kitchen w/new Sun Room with fireplace is granite, Saturnia/Travertine floors, surrounded by windows & Gas cooktop, walk-in pantry & work overlooks Nature Preserve. Island + breakfast area. Din.area/Liv. Large brick paver patio. Rm combo, space for entertaining. Front porch & back provides much privacy. Large Master Ste w/window seat. Owner IS OFFERING $5000. for paint/decorating! Don’t miss

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122 CUTTER CIRCLE $569,900

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29 DORY COURT $795,000

CUSTOM HOME WITH BIG BONUS RM in Nestled among Live Oaks dripping with RIVERBEND, Sun City’s upscale gate comSpanish Moss, this beautiful & spacious munity situated on the banks of Okatie Riv- Rushmore Model w/nearly 3000 htd sqft er/ Features 3 bedrms down & big BONUS located on the banks of the Okatie River w/ RM up w/walk-in attic & its own bath. 3.5 beautiful marsh/river views in addition to total baths, large Dining area, lovely kitchen its own heated swimming pool. Features 3 with wall ovens, travertine floors, granite BR’s, 2.5 BA’s, state-of-the-art Kitchen w/ counters, new built-in microwave, custom high end appliances, real Cherry cabinets, rollouts in cabinets & pantry, Butlers pantry/ granite counters, long entertaining bar & winebar & rack between kitchen & Great large breakfast area. Huge Master suite Rm, large Breakf area, Great Rm w/gas fire- features wood floors, walk-in closets, dual place & wood floors thru-out, huge Laundry sinks on separate counters, both tub & walkRm, & master w/travertine shower area, in shower, plus sliders to pool area. Formal His & Her closets. New hot water htr. Brick dining and living areas also. paver driveway & front porch.Deck looks Great Room with fireplace. 2 car garage out over a private wooded view. plus large golf cart garage.

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15 TEABERRY LANE $439,000

If you love entertaining this is the house for you! Built-in stunning bar, golf views from your huge screened lanai, 3 BR’s plus den/office, 2.5 BA’s & EXTENDED GARAGE! Many extras added to this home after original build: large built-in entertainment center, bar, new granite, custom backsplash, roll-out shelving, stainless appliances, newer microwave & dishwasher, custom front door, decorator fans, butlers pantry w/wine rack. Master Ste incl whirlpool tub + walk-in shower & private toilette area, Bay window, walk-in closet w/built-in shelves. 3M Window Film throughout & curbing at all landscaped areas.

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2 BEHN LANE - $410,000

Desirable Del Webb Estate Adams, 2 BR’s + den/office/3rd opt.bedrm, 2BA’s + half-bath/powder rm, high SMOOTH ceilings w/transom windows, 2-car garage PLUS golf cart gar, Living Rm that can be converted into a library or other. Great Rm w/gas fireplace. Kitchen incl. a entertaining bar, custom back splash, granite counters & newer cook top, dishwasher & refrig. + roll-out shelves. Master Ste w/Bay window, big walk-in closet, both a tub & walk-in shower, & private stool area. Big Laundry Rm w/many cabinets & sink. Beautiful patio w/ brick pavers. Can be sold with all furniture. Taxes reflect non-resident.

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22 CARAVELLE LANE $659,000

Stunning CUSTOM HOME in Riverbend, Sun City’s gated community on the banks of Okatie River. Marsh/river views with huge long deck overlooking gorgeous views. Features 3 BR’s plus DEN/office, 2.5 BA’s, spacious Great Rm w/gas fireplace surrounded by stone & mantle, lovely kitchen w/stainless appliances, custom cabinets, granite counters, roll-out shelving & a large work island plus a bar. Extra incl Central Vac & Hardiplank. Home has large Bonus room finished w/plumbing & electrical ready for anybody who wants to finish it if they don’t want to use it as storage. Huge oversized 3 car garage. This home is like new & used as a 2nd home only!!

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6 BELLAVISTA COURT $259,900

Lovely Teton model (similar to Hamilton/Jefferson) with private backyard views of the Nature Preserve and on a cul-de-sac with only 9 homes. Featuring 2 BR’s plus Den (or 3 BR’s), 2 BA’s, Great Room with sliders to the roofed patio. User-friendly Kitchen with light cherry cabinets and bar open to the Great Rm. Inside Laundry Rm between the garage & kitchen affording easy unloading of groceries. Can be sold furnished or unfurnished. Two car garage. Great low price for this model!

Call Toni direct cell: (843) 384-3574 or Toll Free 1-866-297-0142

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40 KINGS CREEK DRIVE $293,000

Don’t miss this exceptional Egret featuring gas fireplace w/blower, EXTENDED GARAGE, beautiful wood floors, Carolina Rm/Sun Rm, Crown molding, large laundry Rm w/cabinets & extra space, & Terminix Sentricon System. Lovely kitchen, SS appliances, custom backsplash, custom counters, roll-out shelves + large pantry!Great floor plan for bringing groceries into the house from gar or front door! Huge w-in closet in Master+ Bay window.Relax on your patio with the automatic Sunsetter awning & look out over beautiful Nature Preserve views while watching the birds! Hurricane shutters, work bench & extra refrig. convey. WOW!


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Jan. 22, 2020

Sister and brother follow in their father’s footsteps

Collective Giving

WENDY EADS

Members of the 100+ Sun City Women Who Care presented a check to leaders of the Bluffton Community Soup Kitchen in Bluffton following its most recent collective giving meeting. Pictured, back row, from left, are members Honey Burt, Andy Hoerner, Juli Yale, Bev Witzel, Ruth Kimball, Debi Boccanfuso, Vicki Mack and Wendy DeForge. Front row, from left, are member Carolyn Cherwon Gloria Gadson, treasurer of the Soup Kitchen; Teddy McCracken, vice president and one of the founders of the Soup Kitchen; and member Catherine Tracy.

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101 General Hardee Way $269,000

• Camden/Shenandoah model • Wood Floors • 2 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths • Hardiplank exterior • Open Floor Plan • Kitchen with granite • Living Room w/slider to countertops, S/S appliances Carolina Room & beyond to and pantry extended brick paver patio

5 Summerplace Drive - $285,000

• Stunning Lark model • Eat-in kitchen features • 2 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths Corian countertops, maple • Split floor plan for guest colored cabinets and S/S room with adjoining full bath appliances • Wood and Tile throughout • Brick paver patio

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17 Pinedrop Court $358,000 • Vernon Hill model • 3 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths • 18” tile floor with non-skid coating • Kitchen with extended desk area

• Lagoon View • Carolina Room adjacent to extended screen porch • Extended garage with pull down stairs to overhead storage

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182 Hampton Circle $385,000 • One of a kind Wisteria floor plan • 3 Bedrooms with 3 Full Baths • Den, Great Room with formal dining area

• Eat-in kitchen, Whitebay II cabinets with crown molding • Extended screened porch overlooking landscaped lot • Newer HVAC • 1 year home warranty

KAY MILLS

By Kay Mills CONTRIBUTOR

Bluffton Sun and Sun City Sun contributors Kate (Katherine) Mace and Tom Mills were born into a family of news. Their father, George “Lefty” Mills, was a reporter for the Des Moines (Iowa) Register, covering Iowa politics, history and the state’s connection to presidents from FDR to George W. Bush. Lefty also wrote for Life, Time and U.S. News and World Report magazines. At 70, he was hired by Des Moines WHO Television to work as a field reporter. Lefty loved interviewing people and appearing on camera with the latest local stories. He also wrote several books on Iowa history and served as a trusted political consultant for public television. Lefty’s influence on the Mills children was profound. In writing school papers, Tom and Kate were instructed to rewrite the lead sentence at least 10 times to “get it right.” Both remember that even after they left for college, their letters home were sometimes returned with red correction marks and suggestions of revisions. The Mills family was the first in their area to have a television, and Life Magazine featured a picture of the four Mills children signing a contract requiring them to complete their homework before they could

watch a program. Writer Kate, a registered nurse, has had a varied career. She and her husband, Stu, worked in several different states directing camps for people with disabilities. She has worked in emergency rooms, directed a hospice program and continues to write protocols for employees of a large national company that serves clients with disabilities. In addition, she volunteers for Volunteers in Medicine in Ridgeland. Photographer Tom was a professor and researcher at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. He wrote more than 90 scientific articles during his career and taught graduate and medical students. After retirement, Tom helped build houses for Habitat for Humanity and continued his hobby as an avid cyclist. Wherever he has been, Tom usually has had a camera nearby. His special interest is in photographing people. Kate and Tom both enjoy their work with the Bluffton Sun because they discover places they have never been, they have an opportunity to meet interesting people and the stories keep their creative juices flowing. They have several ideas for new stories and look forward to sharing them with readers in the coming issues. Kay Mills is the wife of Tom Mills and the sister-in-law of Kate Mace.


Jan. 22, 2020

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11 Willow Brook Drive Wisteria Model $339,000 Features 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms and a Den. Open floor plan with large 18x18 tile through out the great room, Kitchen, breakfast nook, Dining area and foyer. Large gourmet kitchen, Autumn finished maple cabinets and Silestone counter tops. Bay windows in the breakfast nook and Master bedroom. Views of the lagoon from most rooms in the home. Call Donnie or Rick.

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294 Havenview Lane Vernon Hill with Loft Model $379,000 57 Spring Beauty Drive Surrey Crest Model $319,500 2 BR’s, 2 BA’s, Den and Carolina Room. Brick Pavers on Driveway & 4 BRs, 3BAs, Den plus loft w/ private great room, BR and BA. 18 x 13 heated & cooled Carolina Rm with tile floors adding an additional 234 sq.ft, totaling Walkway, Stone Elevation w/Covered Front Porch and Paver Patio. Eat in Kitchen w Center Island, Tile Floor, Granite Counters, Tiled Back Splash, 2817 sq.ft. of heated/cooled space. Open floor plan, wood floors in great rm, dining area and den. Kitchen has maple cabinets and black appliances. Natural Gas, Maple Cabinets & SS appliances. 6” Hard Wood Floors in All bathrooms have raised vanities, cultured marble sinks and moen faucets. Foyer, Great Rm, BRs, Den and Hall. Carolina Rm with Tile Floors. Tray Brick Paver driveway extension and Brick Paver rear patio. Architectural shin- Ceiling in Owner’s Suite. 4ft Garage Ext, Attic Techshield, 2 Solar Tubes, Tankless Water Heater and Laundry Tub. New HVAC. Call Ross gles. Attic storage and Tech shield. HVAC replaced 2016. Call Donnie or Rick.

198 Cutter Circle Riverbend Lot $78,000 Enjoy all Sun City has to offer in the custom section of the community. This Beautiful Riverbend Lot is ready for your perfect home! Great location and view!! Call Ross.

37 Doncaster Lane Heron Model $299,000 2 Orchid Lane Wisteria Model $339,000 18 Whitepoint Gardens Way Cumberland Hall Model $399,900 Oversize lot. 3 BR’s, 2-1/2 BA’s & den. Chef kitchen with black appliances, white cabinets, granite Sit on your screened back porch overlooking a lagoon, woods, and the 4th green of the Hidden 3BR/2.5BA w/Den lived in part time. ‘top shelf’ home: 300 sq ft Sunroom; Gourmet Kit, Cherry counters with plenty of cooking space. Carpeted living spaces, tile kitchen, bathrooms, laundry cypress golf course. This Heron model features 2 BR’s, 2 BA’s, Den/Office,Great room, Dining area, cabs w/pull outs, granite counters; gas FP, trey ceilings in MBR; cabs & granite counters in laundry large Kitchen and Breakfast nook. White cabinets in the Kitchen and bathrooms. Ceiling fans, Win- rm, Butlers Pantry (w/storage for 60 bottles of wine!) and garage; ceiling fans in all rooms + room and Foyer. Laundry room has upper and lower cabinets with sink. Tiled patio overlooking the forest preserve. just minutes to the amenities at Hidden cypress, the sports dow coverings, Carpeted Great room, Bedrooms, and dining area. Tiled Bathrooms, kitchen, foyer garage; wooden plantation shutters, Rinnai tankless gas water heater and April Aire dehumidifier complex and the side entrance. Call Donnie or Rick. & air cleaner! Call KT and laundry room. Newer HVAC 2017, 4’ garage extension, Gutters and downspouts. Beaufort county Taxes!! Call Donnie or Rick

44 Crescent Creek Drive Pelican Model $324,500 Upgraded - 2BRs, 2BAs, den, Carolina Rm. 2 Car Gar w/ 4ft. extension, attic storage & tech shield. No stucco!! Vinyl siding installed 2018, Lifetime transferable warranty. New 2018 6” rain gutters, Brick paver patio w/ Viburnum Hedge for privacy. Brick paver front walk with driveway extension, Newer water heater, New Carrier HVAC 2017, Pull down stair in Master bedroom closet, Gourmet kitchen with double ovens, bay window, plantation shutters & corian counters, Bay window in master, utility sink, Hunter Douglas Silhouette blinds, crown molding, upgraded tile & carpet. Call Donnie or Rick.

2 Sago Place Riverbend Lot, $99,900 Gorgeous wooded lot in exclusive Riverbend with direct access to Sun City Hilton Head. Custom home community where you can choose any builder you desire. No time frame on construction. Build today or 3 in years, you choose! Enjoy the tranquility and beauty on the banks of the Okatie River with a beautiful dock for shrimping & fishing, the gorgeous Lodge, beautiful streets for walking. Call KT

100 Nightingale Lane Wisteria Model $429,000 Lagoon & Wooded rear view, 3 BR’s, 2 BA’s, plus office/den WISTERIA. Very well maintained. A/C 3 yrs, Roof 3 yrs. Sun room, Screened Lanai, alarm system, irrigation system, extended garage. Wood & tile floors. many more upgrades and features to numerous to list. A must show.. Located on a cul-de-sac. Wallpaper in kitchen & both baths has been removed and walls painted. Clean stucco report. Call Hedda

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31 Sundome Court $299,000

208 Nautical Lane $409,900

93 Thomas Bee Drive $349,000

5 Maple Court $292,000

12 Duxbury Lane $219,900

51 Zubler St $150,000

25 Heathrow Avenue $439,900

32 Columbus Circle $299,900

20 Wild Strawberry $265,000

172 Hampton Circle $299,900

16 Lacebark Lane $309,900

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29 Marigold Drive $308,000

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101 Parkway Lane $469,000

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