Avenue of the Oaks
BELFAIR PLANTATION BLUFFTON SOUTH CAROLINABelfair Plantation
BEAUTIFUL BELFAIR PLANTATION – THE BELLE OF BLUFFTON SOUTH CAROLINA. In 1811, when William Telfair of Savannah and Betsey Bellinger were married, they combined names to designate their new plantation “Belfair.” In those days Belfair was a country estate and working plantation devoted to the Southern agricultural interests of that time.
In 1927, William Mosley Swain purchased Belfair and planted the signature “avenue of the oaks” that remain as a magnificent welcoming entrance to the plantation today, and a gorgeous year-round attribute of this plantation. In the decades between the thirties and the eighties, Belfair operated as a cattle ranch and a turkey farm. Finally in 1994, Belfair Plantation L.L.C. recognized the property as prime Lowcountry acreage and began to develop it into a world class golfing community with 730 homesites and a maximum membership of 770.
Belfair’s two Fazio designed golf courses, as different as they can be while in the same plantation. Even challenging for the most proficient golfer, and in perfect harmony with the Lowcountry landscape. A 29 acre Golf Learning Center provides the serious golfer with endless opportunities for improvement, while the unparalleled fitness center offers personal trainers, sports therapy, 2 pools, spa services, fitness classes and even a dog park for your canine companions. A gorgeous clubhouse houses three first class dining opportunities overlooking the tranquil Colleton River, or enjoy more informal service at poolside.
Nothing has been left to chance in Belfair, and residents extoll its virtues enthusiastically, with no reserve. There is a friendly wave, known as the “Belfair wave” that can be observed by passers by in automobiles or on foot. The wave epitomizes the spirit of Belfair, warmly plantation unique. But this is not to say that Belfair isn’t exclusive. It is, in the most satisfying way, the perfect launching pad for your present day achievements, securely and solidly in a class by itself.
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