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Chris Della Rosa
Finest Hilton Head Homes
Chris Della Rosa
Chris began his Real Estate career in 2003. He has unsurpassed knowledge of the Hilton Head and Bluffton markets, enabling him to instinctively match clients with their ideal properties. Chris also excels at the negotiating table, navigating even the most challenging situations with grace and ease.
Central to Chris's success, however, is his dedication to his clients. Chris is his clients' greatest advocate, always keeping their interests as his top priority. While luxury properties are one of his specialties, Chris has always welcomed all types of clients. "Regardless of the price range, assisting someone in taking the next step in their life toward buying or selling their home is such a rewarding experience."
Chris, is an original native of Freehold, New Jersey and a graduate of Long Island University-C.W. Post and attendee of The University of Tennessee. He has grown to love the low-country and all that it has to offer. Chris enjoys spending most of his free time with his wife and three daughters in addition to traveling, hiking, and coaching high school soccer.
The History of Hilton Head, South Carolina
The beautiful Island of Hilton Head was spotted by English Captain, William Hilton in 1663. Captain Hilton named the island after himself as Hilton was his surname. He added Head in reference to the headlands that were visible while sailing the uncharted waters. Hilton Head has a deep and rich cultural heritage.
Modern day Hilton Head began to take shape in the 1950's by the development efforts of Charles Frasier. Often referred to as the "Hamptons of the South", Hilton Head boasts an array of world-class golf courses, over 300 tennis courts,12 miles of Atlantic beaches, outdoor entertainment venues, 6 public marina's, 250+ restaurants, shopping and a plethora of outdoor activities including the annual RBC Heritage Golf Tournament. There are 50 plus miles of public pathways and nature trails for biking and leisure. Three hundred fifty species of birds reside on Hilton Head and some of the most beautiful wildlife areas including Pickney Island are a playground for study and exploration. Between the months of May and October, Loggerhead turtles create nests and lay eggs on the beaches of Hilton Head.
Hilton Head is home to eleven large gated communities in addition to various other large non-gated and gated smaller communities. Whether you're considering becoming a second home-owner, retiree, or looking to be a coastal family, Hilton Head has something to offer everyone.
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