Indigo Run is a private golf community (not a plantation) on Hilton Head next to Broad Creek, and will accommodate roughly 1,400 properties once it is fully developed. Development began in 1985, but had several financial and building approval problems during its initial development. Indigo Run was sold to the Melrose Company who re-opened sales in 1994 Indigo Run is the last private residential golf community to be added to Hilton Head Island since it was the last large undeveloped portion of land on Hilton Head Island.
Indigo Run is located on the north end of Hilton Head Island and is across the street from Hilton Head Plantation on Highway 278. Indigo Run is about 1,775 acres and is 2 miles from the beach.
Indigo Run was modeled after Hilton Head Plantation, but at a more affordable price. Indigo Run has quick access to many of the island’s best restaurants and has a shortcut to the south end of Hilton Head Island via the cross island parkway. The community is mostly comprised of single family homes ranging in price from $375,000 to $2,000,000. The average prices of the Indigo Run Foreclosures have been around $450,000.
So far Indigo Run has developed 2 golf courses. The Golden Bear course which was developed in 1993 and designed by Jack Nicklaus. The Golf Club at Indigo Run was developed in 1996. The first company, Golden Bear Design Associates, and contains a clubhouse, golf shop, and grille.
The Golf Club is a private course that requires an annual membership fee. The Golf Club amenities include clubhouse access and recreational activities in addition to golf course access. Indigo Run property owners can pay to become a member or not and utilize the Golden Bear course and its amenities instead. Access to The Golden Bear is included with the purchase of an Indigo Run home or condo/ villa. Amenities include a clubhouse, golf shop, and grille. Indigo Run also offers a recreational facility, social memberships, exercise facilities, tennis and a pool in addition to a beautiful clubhouse.