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Bluffton, SC

Considered the heart of Lowcountry, Bluffton is a town rich in culture and spirit. It embodies the quintessential Lowcountry lifestyle with its genuine Southern charm.

Bluffton lies on the pristine banks of the May River, a historic waterway that helped shape the town’s past and present. The Huffington Post named the town the #1 Amazing Non-Beach Getaway because of the scenic beauty of its river views and towering oak trees.

To add to its charm, the town has an eclectic mix of art galleries, antique shops, boutiques, and eateries. Bluffton’s local government works hard to preserve the town’s past while embracing the future.

The historic churches, artisan shops, and amazing culinary options make Bluffton a truly remarkable community. It exemplifies the ideal – a community that provides residents with urban conveniences while holding on to the best of their traditional values. In Bluffton’s case, it’s the town’s sweet and quiet Southern charm.

No wonder Bluffton has also been chosen as one of the “Best Places to Retire in 2016” by Forbes Magazine, named “America’s Happiest Seaside Town” by Coastal Living, and considered the “South’s Best” by Southern Living.

Real estate in Bluffton, SC

Bluffton has grown exponentially through the years and is considered one of the fastest growing municipalities in South Carolina. The local real estate market is rife with stunning antebellum homes, as well as new construction homes.

Most homes are no taller than two stories due to building restrictions aimed at preserving the style and standard of original homes and businesses in the area.

Buyers can choose from a wide variety of single-family homes varying in style, features, and amenities. From grand Tuscan-style estates to sprawling luxurious traditional manors, there is a home in Bluffton to fit every taste. Popular architectural styles in the area include Farmhouse, Craftsman, and Country.

For those who want to build their dream home from the ground up, Bluffton, SC has plenty of land for sale near the water or wooded areas.

Living in Bluffton, SC

  • Fishing and water activities

    Considered as one of the few remaining “true coastal villages of the South,” Bluffton provides incredible opportunities for fishing and water activities.

    Cast your line at the public dock and fishing pier at the end of Calhoun Street or go on an in-shore fishing tour on the May River. Explore estuaries by boating, kayaking, or paddle boarding around different routes.

  • Parks

    Spacious open areas can be found in and around Bluffton. Notable parks include DuBois Park, the Rotary Community Center, Pritchard Pocket Park, Oyster Factory Park, New River Trail, and Tom Herbersman Commons.

  • Golf

    Bluffton is home to stunning championship golf courses and private golf communities such as Rose Hill Plantation and Palmetto Bluff. Golf enthusiasts looking to challenge their skills or simply enjoy a relaxing game will not be disappointed at the courses found in the area.

  • Shopping and dining

    Incredible shopping and dining destinations can be found in Old Town Bluffton. Head to the weekly Farmer’s Market to replenish fresh produce, meats, pastries, pastas, and more. Sample the house specials offered by diverse restaurants lining the streets.

Discover Bluffton, SC and learn more about the great real estate options in the area with Luxe Lowcountry Properties. Get in touch with them today at 184.3290.3640 or send an email to alison(at)luxelowcountry(dotted)com.