196 Flatwater Drive | Premium Lakefront Homesite in Hampton Lake

    196 Flatwater Drive, Bluffton, SC

    Build the home you want, exactly how you want it, on this premium waterfront lot in Hampton Lake. 196 Flatwater Dr. is just shy of half an acre with 80-feet of lake frontage.

    Hampton Lake has quickly become one of the most desirable communities to live in, especially for those building a brand new custom home. This is largely due to the state of art resort-style amenities that can’t be found anywhere else! This homesite is just a short walk from the latest amenities including the Crystal Lake, Pickleball courts, and a new community pool (coming soon).

    196 Flatwater Drive, Bluffton, SC   

    What Choose Hampton Lake?

    The Crystal Lake is a man-made lake with turquoise water and beach sand shoreline. Furnished with permanent tiki umbrellas for relaxing in the shade. Many enjoy cooling off in the lake, while others choose to paddleboard.

    The main lake at Hampton Lake encompasses 227-acres of freshwater winding through the community. Residents enjoy all four seasons on their pontoon boats and/or kayaking.

    Crystal Lake at Hampton Lake

    Hampton Lake Aerial of Crystal Lake amenities

    The main amenity center at Hampton Lake includes:

    • Zero-entry community pool with lazy river
    • Adults only pool
    • Poolside bar
    • A state-of-the-art fitness center
    • Backwater Bill’s restaurant and bar
    • Banquet Hall
    • Boat rental
    • kids clubhouse
    • and more…
    Hampton Lake, Lakefront Amenities Hampton Lake Pool  

    Schedule a visit with your CGR Real Estate Specialist, and discover life in this award-winning community!

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