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Indigo Run was the last residential community to be developed on Hilton Head Island. It is approximately 1400 acres and is located on the north end of the island directly across Hwy 278 from Hilton Head Plantation. It’s location to the Cross Island Parkway, Marshland Rd. and Hwy 278 gives Indigo Run residents quick access to shopping, schools, entertainment and medical services. It’s a gated community, with Security Personnel deputized by the SC Law Enforcement Division to enforce speed limits, investigate complaints and accidents.
There are five distinct neighborhoods within this gated community and there is something for everyone. There is the Golden Bear, The Golf Club, The River Club, Broad Pointe, and Berwick Green giving residents a variety of lifestyles and views, from deep water, golf, and lagoon, to wooded home sites.
The Golden Bear is named after the 1st collaborative Nicklaus/Nicklaus, father/son golf course. It encompasses Sunningdale Park with its pool and poolhouse, playground and tennis courts (clay and hard, some lighted). The residents also have use of the Indigo Hall Community Club for various functions. The golf course is open to the public. Berwick Green is a town home community within the Golden Bear.
The Golf Club is a separate gated, private golf club community within Indigo Run with its own Fitness Center and Clubhouse. The River Club and Broad Pointe are located out the back gate of Indigo Run off Marshland Rd. and boast many deep water homesites, some with their own private docks. Each area has its own pool facility and tennis courts for their residents.
Indigo Run has an established set of rules and regulations as well as an Architectural Review Board which that oversees all homes, ensuring they conform to the strict guidelines of the community. The POA dues are assessed annually and are utilized for overall plantation expenses and upkeep of common areas.