Live at Palmetto Bluff

Beneath the shelter of century-old live oaks lies the Lowcountry's best-kept secret.

Where Home and Away Share the Same Address

Palmetto Bluff: Residence or Retreat? For anyone who’s made their home here, the answer is a resounding “Both!” The distinctive estates, homes, cottages, and homesites available at the Bluff are matched only by the wealth of activities enjoyed across its storied terrain. Our resort-inspired lifestyle comes courtesy of acclaimed golf, waterway adventures, fitness pursuits, divine dining, hiking, biking, hunting, fishing, and legendary social events. And the extraordinary land here is the platform for Palmetto Bluff’s higher purpose: to allow people to experience the magic of the Lowcountry in its ultimate form.

More than a community

Explore the neighborhoods that bring the Lowcountry culture to life

Wilson Village

The village of Wilson represents the culmination of years of study and research into the small coastal towns of the South and the characteristics that made them distinct. Wilson Village offers a wide range of experiences, river access and activities, a gourmet market and signature shops and restaurants all open to the public and within easy walking distance of the Village Green.

River Road

An extension of Wilson Village, the River Road neighborhood continues the established character of Wilson while also being adjacent to the 120-acre River Road Preserve. More classic, period details give the architecture a slightly more formal feel in this neighborhood. Known as the Garden District of Palmetto Bluff, the River Road neighborhood was thoughtfully designed to incorporate community green spaces, staying true to the South Carolina Lowcountry landscape and integrating the natural environment into the neighborhood.

Moreland Village

Moreland Village is the perfect home base for exploring the South Carolina Lowcountry. Here, forest, marsh and waterway meet to create a distinctive natural environment. You can walk the live oak trails, kayak, paddleboard or fly-fish in the river. Then gather with family and friends for an evening Lowcountry boil under the stars.

A blueprint for breathtaking

​​The awe-inspiring beauty of Palmetto Bluff was sculpted by centuries of nature's temper and tranquility. Twenty-thousand acres of maritime forest, honey-hued marshlands, and 32-miles of shoreline define the indisputable allure of this place. Since 2003, the Palmetto Bluff Conservancy has served as stewards to this extraordinary land, creating the tenets for long-term environmental integrity. Today, South Street Partners joins the Conservancy, bringing a time-honored history of mindful development to championing and maintaining the magic of the Bluff.