Briana Verdugo 2017-09-05 07:54:03
Montage Palmetto Bluff Residence owners gain more than just a beautiful home; they are enveloped in the coveted coastal Carolina lifestyle. Exquisitely appointed homes nestled among picturesque live oak trees near the flowing May River might be what draws people to the stunning locale of Palmetto Bluff, South Carolina. But it’s the singular lifestyle that often encourages residence owners to set roots there. With no shortage of bespoke activities to fill one’s day, there are infinite possibilities to create lasting memories with friends and family. Having privileged access to all Montage Palmetto Bluff amenities and services, bountiful options are available to Residence owners in Palmetto Bluff. While some might choose to partake in 18 holes at the May River Golf Club with its signature Nicklaus course, others can venture out to the waterway to take advantage of its cool, serene locale offering various sports. At the end of a fun-filled day, everyone can take in the Southern splendor while relishing an evening cruise on the resort’s majestic motor yacht, Grace. Each owner finds their own special way to savor this impressive place. After falling in love with Palmetto Bluff during a family trip in the spring of 2016, Barbara and Jim Turner decided to become Residence owners, purchasing the very first of only 35 private residences built on the Montage property. Since then, the Turners have frequented their Palmetto Bluff home, enjoying the turnkey living and growing to cherish the area even more. “There are so many activities to enjoy while we are at our home in Palmetto Bluff. Jim and I love all the biking trails. We are also members of the boating club and shooting club,” Barbara says. And the property has become a place that their whole family relishes. “Our grandsons, AJ and Jaxon, love the biking, treehouses, playgrounds, and kayaking and fishing with our son-in-law, Seth. Our oldest daughter, Natalie, loves to paddleboard with the dolphins in the May River. Our youngest daughter, Kelly, boards her horse Naomi at the Longview Stables, an exceptional stable that is on property,” she says. For the Florida-based couple, Montage Palmetto Bluff’s coastal Carolina lifestyle is a true delight. “Jim and I love the member Grace cruises that are offered. One of our favorite things to do is our nightly golf cart rides and looking at all the beautiful gaslights on property. It is magical. There is truly something to do for everyone.” Residence owners also have access to amenities available through the hotel, from sophisticated restaurants and top-tier spa facilities to convenient in-residence dining, child care services and special programming. Young ones can spend time enjoying the curated activities provided by Paintbox and everyone in the family will love the nightly s’mores roast. “...The boys look forward to the nightly s’mores at the fire pits behind the River House,” Barbara says. “Our youngest grandson, Jaxon, kept saying, ‘When are we going s’moring?’ ” Not far from the Montage property is Moreland Village, which features a game room, bowling alley, bar, smokehouse and activities lawn. After a full day taking advantage of the many recreational pursuits available, residents will enjoy relaxing on their front porch, basking in the bliss of the coastal Carolina lifestyle. Residences range from two to five bedrooms. Limited availability remains in the Phase One offering. For more information, visit montageresidencespalmettobluff.com. The Conservancy at Palmetto Bluff Founded in 2003 to protect the stunning ecology and geography of area, The Palmetto Bluff Conservancy works not only to maintain the integrity of the land, but also to educate those who visit it or call it home. Various programs are available and guests of the conservatory can partake in nature and property tours as well as lectures and workshops that speak to the environmental roots of Palmetto Bluff. While special weekend events do take place, most months see the regular occurrence of the First Friday Lecture Series, which focuses on a variety of ecological and historical topics, and the Brown Bag Lunch Series, which are a set of informal talks about community issues like water quality and green building.
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