In the midst of 400 year-old live oaks draped in Spanish moss are 77 homesites that are a sanctuary for the wildlife and residents that live here. Lowcountry architecture graces the land and sets the tone for what’s to come.
Once a private plantation, Pinckney Retreat is still home to the original 1736 marshfront Tabby House and antebellum gardens that has been restored for current residents use and enjoyment. The plantation grounds have been preserved through green spaces and a residents’ pool with covered grilling area, fireplace, and indoor kitchen are centrally located. A community pier with dock and walking trails create opportunities for all homeowners to view the coastal life and sunsets that abound.