3 Communities in HardeevilleView All
- Low $300s - Mid $400s
- 3,000 Homes
- 55+ Age Restriction
- New And Resale Homes
- Low $300s - Low $500s
- 1,800 Homes
- New And Resale Homes
Hardeeville is a small city located in Coastal South Carolina. The city boasts close proximity to natural areas that offer an abundance of recreational opportunities. In addition, Hardeeville is less than half an hour away from Savannah, making it a desirable location for retirees who are seeking quiet living with easy access to big city amenities.
Climate & Geography
The city has a humid subtropical climate. Weather in Hardeeville ranges from mild during the winter months to hot during the summer. The rainiest months in Hardeeville are June through September.
Hardeeville is located on low, flat land near South Carolina’s coast. The Savannah River is located to the east.
Recreation, Culture, & Entertainment
Nature lovers living in Hardeeville often visit the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge offers scenic trails that provide plenty of opportunity for wildlife viewing. Locals visit Sergeant Jasper County Park to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, including kayaking, fishing, biking, canoeing, and birdwatching.
Retirees interested in shopping opportunities can visit Tanger Outlets Hilton Head, located in nearby Bluffton. The outlet mall offers a wide variety of shopping and entertainment opportunities, with several restaurants nearby. Active adults who want to experience the perks of a larger city can head to Savannah, located less than half an hour away from Hardeeville.
Besides that, the area also offers plenty of golf courses for those who enjoy participating in the sport.
Cost of Living & Taxes
The overall cost of living in Hardeeville is below the state and national averages, with the lower cost of homes and housing making the biggest impact. Grocery, health care, and transportation costs in Hardeeville are all below the national average as well.
South Carolina is considered to be one of the most tax-friendly states in the country. Social Security is not taxed, and property taxes are lower than average. Sales tax in Hardeeville is above average, at 9 percent. Income tax in South Carolina can range from 3 percent to 7 percent, however, retirees over 65 are able to exclude up to $10,000.
Hardeeville offers residents one hospital, Coastal Carolina Hospital. Nearby Savannah offers a couple of highly rated hospitals to Hardeeville residents. Memorial Health University Hospital is ranked the No. 9 hospital in Georgia by U.S. News. The hospital is high performing in five procedures and conditions. St. Joseph’s Hospital is ranked the No. 12 hospital in Georgia, and is high performing in one specialty and four procedures and conditions.