Berkeley Hall in Bluffton is the latest generation the private golf community. Two 18-hole championship ‘core’ golf courses as well as the 30 acre golf training center were designed by Tom Fazio. The golf pro shop and locker rooms are located in a Williamsburg style 25,000 square foot clubhouse that is also the community social center with a dining room and mixed grille. A Sport and Fitness Center has a health club is nearby with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, clay court tennis and six miles of greenway trails for walking and biking. A community park on the Okatie River has a floating dock for kayaking, crabbing, fishing and boating. ‘Core golf’ makes Berkeley Hall the latest generation golf community together with conceptual improvements made by the same developers of Colleton River and Belfair. The ‘core’ concept places homes around the perimeter of the entire golf course rather than inside along fairways. Designer Tom Fazio does not know of any other private golf community in the country with two ‘core’ golf courses. To achieve ‘core golf’ courses, the Berkeley Hall developers reduced the number of home sites in this 960-acre community from 600 to 400 and the club membership is limited to 770. There are 34 golf cottages. The Berkeley Hall concept also includes Carolina Lifestyle Homes that are located near the Sport and Activities center. These luxury models make use of the outdoors as living areas with screened lanais with landscaped gardens and terraces, screen-enclosed swimming pools, spas, summer kitchens, outdoor fireplaces and entertainments areas. Homes in Berkeley Hall start from about $650,000. There are views of the golf courses, marshes, woods and Okatie River. Home sites start from about $99,000. The annual Property Owner’s Association fee is $12,500. The community is located in Bluffton, SC at the intersection of Highway 278 and Buckwalter Parkway, approximately seven miles from the bridge to Hilton Head Island. Contact Go Gated Realty® for more information about the community and homes of Berkeley Hall.