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Belfair’s grand entrance, the Avenue of Oaks, is one of the most beautiful in the area, and completely fitting for this naturally stunning planned community. Belfair is a private golf community located in Bluffton, SC, on Highway 278, approximately 5 miles from the bridge to Hilton Head Island.

Golf and Amenities

Belfair features two championship courses designed by world-renowned golf course architect Tom Fazio. Belfair’s East Course is reminiscent of Scottish links golf, with windswept fairways and freshwater lakes and lagoons, while the parklands-style West Course features landscaped bunkering on every hole and rolling fairways. Both courses feature beautiful finishing holes overlooking the Colleton River.

Belfair residents enjoy one of the country’s finest golf learning centers, as well as a state of the art fitness and sports center, indoor pool, outdoor resort-style pool, tennis center, and almost 30 miles of walking/biking opportunities. The neighborhood also boasts a 42-acre chain of freshwater lakes, perfect for nature watching or fishing.

Real Estate

Belfair has a variety of beautiful waterfront, lagoon-front and golf view homes for sale, as well as a select number of building lots. Homes for sale at Belfair begin in the mid $400k’s, and lots can be found for under $100k.

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