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Historic Beaufort

Beaufort

People come from all around the world to visit this charming seaside town, so it’s no wonder that plenty more decide to call Beaufort’s historic downtown home.

Outdoor dining in Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park in Beaufort, SC

From the charming shops and restaurants to the picturesque waterfront park, downtown residents enjoy everything Beaufort has to offer, all within walking or biking distance.

Designated a National Historic District, downtown Beaufort’s rich history is on display everywhere through its architecture, with French, Spanish and Revolutionary period influences. Not to be overshadowed by its man-made beauty, downtown Beaufort’s stunning waterfront views make a day at the park seem like a vacation in itself. A renowned restaurant scene, thriving arts community, and frequent festivals round out the popular area for residents.

Living options range all the way from historic homes to new construction and condominiums, with price points starting in the $300k’s and reach into the millions.

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