Wall Street Journal features Spring Island Retreat as House of the Day

This breathtaking Spring Island retreat in South Carolina was recently chosen as the Wall Street Journal House of the Day.

The stunning home at 1 Copp Landing boasts four fireplaces, a kitchen with two ovens, cherry wood floors and a floating staircase. This South Carolina golf course home is located between Hilton Head Island and the quaint coastal town of Beaufort, on Spring Island. The owners lived in the guest house, which was built in 2003, until 2004 when the main house was finished. The main house  boasts 5,600 square feet of living space on two stories, including six bedrooms, two offices, and four full bathrooms.

Though Spring Island features two superb restaurants, a 13,000 square foot fitness and pool facility, tennis, equestrian programs, fishing and water sports of all kinds, it’s not merely a ‘resort.’ Similarly, Spring Island is home to one of the premier South Carolina golf courses in America, but so much more than just another South Carolina private golf community. Nestled in a 3,000 acre nature preserve in the heart of South Carolina’s Lowcountry, Spring Island’s residential community is unlike anything you’ve ever seen. For $2,895,000, this striking Lowcountry golf  home could be your own private refuge surrounded on all sides by spectacular beauty.

Spring Island is a 3,000-acre South Carolina Lowcountry golf community located 35 minutes from Hilton Head and Savannah, and 30 minutes by boat from Port Royal Sound and the open Atlantic Ocean. Spring Island is limited to no more than 410 families, with 1,200 acres protected as nature preserve. Spring Island offers the finest amenities man and nature can offer, including South Carolina golf course homes,  a world-class South Carolina golf course, freshwater and saltwater fishing, equestrian, tennis, quail hunting, a nature center, fine and casual dining options, and a wide variety of educational pursuits. For more information, visit http://www.springisland.com.