Kitchens | Kitchen Design
Kitchens and kitchen design inspiration curated by The Ussery Group, a real estate team serving buyers and sellers in Bluffton, Palmetto Bluff, and Hilton Head…
The Ussery Group has a combined 50 years of experience in Palmetto Bluff under our belt—which means we’ve helped buyers and sellers accomplish their real estate goals during a wide variety of market conditions. For reference, the Ussery Group’s closed and pending sales volume in Palmetto Bluff for the first half of the year was over $81 million dollars.
When paired with top-tier marketing, quality upgrades have the power to highlight the strengths of a home from the inside out—and the current owners of 15 High Hope Way knocked this transformation out of the park! If you’d like to achieve a similar result prior to listing, you’ll be happy to know that the Ussery Group’s concierge services include connecting homeowners with the best designers and stagers in the Lowcountry. Get in touch with us today to learn more.
Open concept spaces can be featured anywhere in your floor plan, but are most commonly utilized to connect the kitchen, dining room, and great room in Palmetto Bluff homes. Add a kitchen island to create a flowing cooking space. A cozy breakfast nook makes an excellent addition to a kitchen that opens up to the window area, and helps tie the space together! Install floor-to-ceiling windows or French doors to bring in plenty of natural lighting.
Summer is right around the corner and the Lowcountry is ready to celebrate with longer days, warmer temps, and delicious food. There is no better place to experience all that the season has to offer than the birthplace of comfort food. Read on for a list of food-centric festivities to enjoy with family and friends this summer!
There’s no doubt about it: Lowcountry Boils are an unbeatable way to host a gathering of friends and family. Perhaps you’re a local looking to perfect your Beaufort Stew technique, or maybe you’re a visitor who’s intrigued by this tasty tradition of ours. Either way, we’ve done the research for you and rounded up a few tips to help you host the ultimate backyard bash!
A generation ago along the banks of the May River, R. T. Wilson—an investment banker from New York—amassed over 20,000 acres and named it Palmetto Bluff. On the grounds he built the Wilson mansion, where he retreated with family and friends during the winter to escape the crowds and weather in New York City. It’s not surprising that today, this historic property is known as “The last great land treasure on the East Coast.”
Everyone wants a beautiful home to call their own, so it’s no surprise that—when given the option—prospective homeowners sometimes choose to have a new home built rather than buying a pre-owned residence. But how do you know which route is best for you?
There are many great places to live in the Lowcountry, but few are as lovely and idyllic as Palmetto Bluff. A thriving gated community, Palmetto Bluff is home to picturesque neighborhoods, Southern hospitality, and exciting outdoor activities. If you’re considering moving to Palmetto Bluff—or just want to see what life is like—here are some of the highlights of living in this incredible coastal community.