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Stone Restore by Doug Hoover and Roddy Lane: Ask your neighbors

Stone Restore by Doug Hoover and Roddy Lane: Ask your neighbors

If there is one lesson many of us have learned the hard way, it is not to trust everything we read or see on the internet—especially those glowing reviews that are often incentivized, paid for, or downright fake. When looking for a professional to work in your home, it pays to come out of the digital world and ask around your neighborhood.

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Homegrown Grocery Store

Homegrown Grocery Store

I might just be posthumously a millennial, but there is an ingenuity to being seemingly industrious without actually doing anything. I believe my parents’ generation labeled it as being lazy, but...

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A New Dawn at COAST

A New Dawn at COAST

Two of the island’s most iconic real estate professionals have created something entirely different, and they’re inviting the best and brightest to join them

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Landscape Maintenance Calendar

Landscape Maintenance Calendar

After the wrath of winter, many homeowners look forward to getting outside to begin caring for their lawns. Check out this landscape maintenance schedule we’ve compiled to assist you: March Lawns:...

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Splurge-Worthy Kitchens: Survey reveals trends that homeowners are embracing with their cash

Splurge-Worthy Kitchens: Survey reveals trends that homeowners are embracing with their cash

The average spend for major kitchen remodels increased in mid-2021 by 14 percent up to $40,000 and by 25 percent to $10,000 for minor kitchen remodels, compared to 2020. Spending for a kitchen size of 250 square feet or more continued its climb for the fourth year in a row, to $50,000, up from $45,000 in 2020, while a kitchen remodel of less than 250 square feet increased as well, up to $35,000 from $30,000.

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Get Happy at Wild Birds Unlimited: Discover the joys of backyard bird feeding and secure your ticket to the best show in town

Get Happy at Wild Birds Unlimited: Discover the joys of backyard bird feeding and secure your ticket to the best show in town

While we are bombarded with instant information and streaming entertainment every day, you may find it shocking to learn that one of the most riveting shows on Earth is taking place right outside your backdoor—no account, no digital subscription, no Wi-Fi required. You can watch free of charge any time, but when you’re ready to tune in more closely, pick up everything you need at Wild Birds Unlimited (WBU), located at Festival Centre on Hilton Head Island, and prepare to binge-watch the birds in your backyard.

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For Jeff Hunt, Success is About Passion, Purpose, and People

For Jeff Hunt, Success is About Passion, Purpose, and People

He has been an aircraft mechanic, owned a sportswear and a screen-printing business, and lived all over the Carolinas before making his dream move to Hilton Head Island in 2006. But real estate has always been in Jeff Hunt’s life. He learned at an early age the power of owning the keys to a home.

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Dyed in the Wool: The exacting science and timeless art of Lowcountry Clean Care

Dyed in the Wool: The exacting science and timeless art of Lowcountry Clean Care

The closer you look at anything, the more you learn about it. In fact, it’s the only way you truly can learn about something. And it’s a knowledge that can be applied to anything. Take, for example, your rugs. That fine Persian passed down from generation to generation. The stylishly modern statement piece tying your great room together. They all hide surprises depending on how closely you look.

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Merry & Bright: These local events and people are spreading Christmas cheer in the Lowcountry

Merry & Bright: These local events and people are spreading Christmas cheer in the Lowcountry

There isn’t a more festive time in the Lowcountry than right now. Immediately after Halloween, Hilton Head Island and Bluffton explode with festivals, parades and holiday happenings that are sure to melt even the coldest Grinch heart. On the following pages, we share a few of our favorite things to do this time of year and tip our hats to the people behind the festivities.

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