At Frederica you are greeted by magnificent architecture reminiscent of the grand coastal island resorts. The red tiled roof, tabby walls, graceful arches and touches of Spanish style are a nod to the explorers that were drawn to this island four centuries ago. The heart pine floors were reclaimed from an old cigar factory and magnificently restored. And the Pecky Cypress woodwork throughout the clubhouse is both a natural work of art and a showcase of true craftsmanship.
Every one of the 36,000 square feet of this clubhouse is devoted to the comfort and enjoyment of our members, their families and their guests. Whether it's relaxing by one of the many fireplaces, sharing stories over cocktails on the terrace or enjoying a fine cigar on the smoking porch, every detail has been considered. And when it's time to eat, the grillroom's soaring ceilings and roughhewn tabby walls create an ambience that is as impressive as it is relaxed and comfortable.
“The temperate coastal climate at Frederica lends itself beautifully to hosting outdoor events and gatherings throughout the year.”
In homage to the early settlers of the area, the Frederica Clubhouse is reminiscent of traditional Spanish archways and red tile roofs. Tabby — a mixture of crushed seashells, clay and sand — walls are proven by the area's earliest settlers to stand the test of time. Nearby Fort Frederica, established by General James Oglethorpe, was primarily constructed of Tabby.
The 36,000-square-foot Frederica Clubhouse is the elegant social center of the community, a place where members, families, and guests can enjoy dining or relax with a glass of wine or a cocktail. The Clubhouse offers the amenities, architecture, and features befitting one of the region's best golf course communities.
We invite you to explore the Frederica community of remarkable residential properties and unmatched amenities. Here, this island destination creates a lifestyle, where every luxury is designed to incorporate the areas breathtakingly beautiful natural surroundings and emerge organically from the natural landscape.
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