Bluffton, SC Housing Overivew
The greater Bluffton area has boomed in the past several years with the addition of multiple, gated golf, tennis and boating plantations and developments designed for young families. The enchanting downtown area of this riverfront village however, still exudes a southern charm that traces its roots to pre-Revolutionary America. Old Town Bluffton is comprised of a Nationally Registered Historic District, situated next to new commercial and residential centers designed to preserve the old town look and feel. Locals have a keen appreciation for the beauty of the area and it's reflected in seasonal festivals, holiday parades, and a profound love for the May River and its laidback lifestyle. Several Bluffton private residences and commercial buildings are protected by an active Bluffton Historical Preservation Society. Home designs are rich in Lowcountry flair with accents including porches, metal roofs, dormers and sidewalks. There are older single-family homes, stately riverfront mansions, burgeoning condominium and apartment complexes along with brand new, moderately priced family homes in private neighborhoods. Each specific community suits different styles and budgets and adheres to their own Property Owners Association governing covenants, and design and development guidelines.
History of Bluffton, SC
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Bluffton was settled in 1825 as a summer retreat for wealthy upstate planters eager to escape the heat,
mosquitoes and disease that was rampant among their home plantations. The town became a hot bed
of secession meetings during the years preceding the Civil War, and consequently suffered decades of
economic privation after the war's end. Bluffton began to experience a revitalization of commerce with
the development of Hilton Head Island in the 1960's.
Today, you can still experience the great determination to keep history alive. On any given day, you may
attend a Lowcountry Civil War lecture series, or find a newly discovered photograph at the Heyward
House. This antebellum home has been lovingly restored and now serves as a museum and Bluffton's
official welcome center. From here, you can experience Old Bluffton, a mere one square mile in size, but
loaded with an eclectic mix of art galleries, antique shops and boutiques, great restaurants, and plenty
of southern charm.
HH Bridge to Burnt Church Rd Real Estate FAQs
How many active real estate properties are currently listed for sale in HH Bridge to Burnt Church Rd, Bluffton?
Currently there are 12 listed for sale.
Are there any foreclosures currently for sale in HH Bridge to Burnt Church Rd, Bluffton?
No, currently there are no active listings in HH Bridge to Burnt Church Rd with a foreclosure status.
Are there any short sales currently for sale in HH Bridge to Burnt Church Rd, Bluffton?
No, currently there are no active listings in HH Bridge to Burnt Church Rd with a short sales status.
What is the price range and average price for residential homes in HH Bridge to Burnt Church Rd?
The price range of the 7 listed homes for sale in HH Bridge to Burnt Church Rd is between 220K and 1,400K. The average price is 610K. Click here
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What is the price range and average price for residential land and lots in HH Bridge to Burnt Church Rd?
The price range of the 5 listed land and lots for sale in HH Bridge to Burnt Church Rd is between 48K and 340K. The average price is 141K. Click here
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What amenities a buyer should expect to find in HH Bridge to Burnt Church Rd?
HH Bridge to Burnt Church Rd offers a host of amenities that accomodate almost any lifestyle:
- Boat Storage
- Community Dock
- Community Pool
- Deep Water Access
- Sec Gate/Guard
What kind of views a buyer should expect to find in HH Bridge to Burnt Church Rd?
Residents of HH Bridge to Burnt Church Rd enjoy a varierty of views from their porch, balcony or window:
- Deep Water