Downtown Beaufort

downtown_beaufort_scReal estate in Downtown Beaufort, South Carolina offers some of the finest in Lowcountry Living.  Our blog hopes to keep you, the buyer and seller, informed with the latest housing news.  Whether it might be a new foreclusure listing or waterfront lot for sale, our team will keep readers up to date.

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307 Burroughs Ave, Beaufort SC 29902More Signs of the Times, More Great Opportunities.

307 Burroughs Avenue in downtown Beaufort just hit the market this week. This caught my attention, because I had this home listed a few years ago, for $209,000, if memory serves.

The asking price now? $165,000. Back in the 2004 to 2006 range, when real estate boomed in and around Beaufort, it would have been hard to believe you would again be able to own a really nice home, in the mid-$100k range. Now, to be sure, I haven't been in the home in a few years, so I am assuming the property hasn't been run down.

Back when I had the home listed, it was stellar. The hardwood floors had been refinished, some really nifty fixtures adorned the home, the roof  had been replaced, and the garage had been converted into a…
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downtown Beaufort SCBeaufort, SC, and the surrounding area has a varied, bustling, and exciting real estate market, from the oceanfront mansions of Harbor Island and Fripp Island, to 200-plus year old homes in downtown Beaufort's "Old Point" neighborhood.

But, for many Beaufort Realtors and real estate observers, the backbone of Beaufort's real estate market are the five "main areas," which are comprised of Beaufort, Mossy Oaks, Port Royal, Burton, and Lady's Island.

These five areas create the geographic heart of Beaufort's real estate market, which sits between the farther flung real estate areas of Fripp Island and Harbor Island to the east, Northern Beaufort County to the west, and South of the Broad River to the south.

Beaufort's five main areas represented about half of…
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When many would-be buyers consider purchasing a home in downtown Beaufort, their thoughts tend to turn to older, historical homes.

And, to be sure, historic downtown Beaufort has homes which date to the early 1700s. But there is much more to the downtown Beaufort, SC real estate market, whether you are looking for a Antebellum mansion, or a condo.

There are currently more than 100 homes on the market in the downtown Beaufort area, from a $38,295 home which needs work, to a completely renovated, 4000-square-foot plus mansion in the Old Point that is listed for more than $3.2 million. The Old Point is the most historical area of downtown Beaufort.

The city of Beaufort's limits wind several miles outside of what most consider to be the "downtown"…
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