Located 15 miles north of Mt. Pleasant on Highway 17 and within Charleston County, the small town of Awendaw is rich in history and culture. Despite having a small population of less than 1,500 people, Awendaw has much to offer to those who call the town their home. Read more
With the Buck Hall Recreational Area, the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge and the Francis Marion National Forest being located in the town, residents of Awendaw have ample opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Due to the community’s location along the Intracoastal Waterway, residents also enjoy boating, swimming, fishing and other water-based activities. The town also boasts many historic buildings, churches and other structures, while the Blue Crab Festival takes place in Awendaw each year.
Houses within the town of Awendaw range significantly in size, style and value. Options include everything from small single-family homes to waterfront estates featuring private docks on the Wando River. Simpler housing options are also available for those who wish to enjoy the peace and solitude of Awendaw without spending a fortune.
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