In yet another reason to relocate to the Lowcountry, Beaufort SC has made the Forbes list as one of the top places in the entire U.S. to retire in 2021. In its new publication, the popular magazine
Beaufort Named Most Charming Town in S.C.
Dated: October 25 2020
Beaufort SC was recently named the most charming small town in all of South Carolina. The popular lifestyle website HomeAddict.com gave Beaufort the win for S.C. on its 2020 list of “The Top Charming Small Towns in Each State.”
“Beaufort is like a miniature version of the bigger city of Charleston,” HomeAddict.com said.
“Set along the Atlantic Ocean on one of the state’s coastal sea islands, [Beaufort] has its own Waterfront Park and several Civil War-era homes and plantations.”
Being a beautiful, natural setting where everyone wants to live, Beaufort SC keeps getting high marks and accolades from publications who know what they're talking about.
Also, Beaufort has been named a Top 50 College Town to Live In, a Top Spot to Retire in the Southeast and we've been named the Healthiest County in South Carolina and the Most Patriotic Town in the Palmetto State, too.
What are they saying about your hometown?
With all of these fabulous accolades...who wouldn't want to relocate here to Beaufort SC?
If you like being surrounded by charm and beauty as much as we do then you might just need to relocate to Beaufort SC. Century 21 Carolina Realty can help make your dream a reality by helping you find your forever home here in the Lowcountry. Call us at 843-521-2121 and one of our experienced agents can assist you in becoming a Beaufort local.
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