The Seabrook Opened Its Doors October 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 the only Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) that offers three housing options: condominium purchase, entry fee contract, and studio rental.
The Seabrook is dedicated to the enhancement of the quality of life and health of its residents and offering programs that benefit the seniors on Hilton Head Island.Meet The Management Team
Living on Hilton Head Island
Hilton Head Island is conveniently located an hour from the historic area of Savannah and two hours from scenic Charleston. We offer a resort lifestyle in a subtropical climate on an island with fertile salt marshes, massive live oaks, and maritime forests. Whether you love the beach, golf, tennis, bike riding, fishing, or just relaxing, Hilton Head Island offers it all and is one of the most popular resorts on the East Coast.
Close To The Beach
A Tennis Destination
Miles of Bike Paths
Located in the heart of one of America’s favorite resorts
Less than two-thirds of a mile from Coligny Beach Park, our mid-island community borders the Sea Pines Forest Preserve and offers picturesque lagoons and lush landscaping highlighted by azaleas, camellias, magnolias and fig trees. Seabrook’s 21-acre campus includes the Seabrook House (clubhouse) and five (5) residential buildings consisting of 206 condominiums.Take A Virtual Tour
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In Their Own Words
"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.
"We were in Sun City for 20 years. We were tired of worrying about gutters and grass and all those good things. The important thing when you're going to make a change like this is atmosphere. You have to feel that this is the right place for you."
"I had already looked at Cypress and Tide Pointe . . . Then I came over [to The Seabrook] and talked to Joe. I contracted for it that day. The people here are very friendly. We've got the best food going."