Serving the local Hilton Head Island community since 1982
In October 1982, the Seabrook of Hilton Head opened as a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization. The Seabrook Foundation Fund was established by the Board of Trustees to promote our vision of social accountability. Families and friends of The Seabrook, through gifts of time and charitable donations, are dedicated to sustaining Seabrook’s recognition as a valued asset in the community. The visionary leadership and principles of stewardship has helped craft The Seabrook as a community devoted to philanthropy, faith, family and service to others.
The Seabrook is dedicated to the enhancement of the quality of life and health of its residents.
The Seabrook features an array of on-campus amenities with shopping outlets, restaurants, and the Atlantic Ocean within a modest walking distance.Learn More
The Seabrook offers 10 different floor plans including studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and large two bedrooms with and without a den.Learn More
A One of A Kind Campus
The Seabrook is located in the heart of one of America’s favorite resorts: Hilton Head Island. The Seabrook’s 21-acre campus includes the Seabrook House (clubhouse) and five (5) residential buildings consisting of 206 condominiums.
- Close To Coligny Beach Park
- Borders The Sea Pines Forest Preserve
- Picturesque lagoons
- Lush landscaping
- Covered walkways connecting all campus buildings
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In Their Own Words
"My friend [in Florida] came up here to visit family. She found Seabrook. [Several] of us came up to visit her to see what took her away from us and I fell in love with it myself. My family are thrilled with this move because their mother took care of her own future. They're happy I took the reins in my own hands."
"The Seabrook is one reason we came back [to Hilton Head]. It was affordable, it was central to what we wanted, and it offered the amenities that were important to us."
Tim and Beth T.
"I can't tell you how well taken care of we are here . . . the people that live here are what attracted us. They are a wonderful group of people."
Peter and Lucille K.