McClellanville, South Carolina is a petite pocket of residential homes neatly nestled just north of the bustling town of Mt. Pleasant. Situated off Highway 17 North, McClellanville is 25 miles south of Georgetown and 40 miles north of Charleston, two historic cities well known for their prominent wartime roles, revered landmarks, and scrumptious seafood. McClellanville real estate features antebellum-style homes, working farms, country cottages, and waterfront estates. Waterfront homes in McClellanville typically boast views of the Intracoastal Waterway, Atlantic Ocean, saltwater tidal creeks, or unstirred marshes. Many of these waterfront homes have private deep-water docks and most include several acres of land to ensure the utmost privacy and serenity for its owners. McClellanville homes for sale are generally less expensive and include more acreage than real estate in Charleston or Mt. Pleasant, with prices ranging from $160,000 for a three bedroom homes on a three acre lot to more than $800,000 for a home along the banks of Jeremy Creek. Read More
Frequently described as a sleepy fishing town, McClellanville is famous for its shrimp boat docks, fresh seafood markets, and natural southern charm. The village is bordered by the Francis Marion National Forest and is part of the South Carolina National Corridor. Massive oaks cover home lots and line the streets, and the trees’ colorful hanging moss give this town an unmistakable Lowcountry feel. Residents enjoy hiking the Palmetto Trail, selling handmade merchandise at The Cottage; shopping at local boutiques; collecting blue crabs at the public dock; and picking blueberries or harvesting honey at Blue Pearl Farms, the site of the Annual Lowcountry Blueberry Festival. Other nearby attractions include the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge, the Center for Birds and Prey, and historic landmarks such as Hampton Plantation (1735), Hopseewee Plantation (1739), and old St. James-Santee Parish Church (1768). The McClellanville Museum features artifacts dating back to the indigenous Seewee Indians as well as interesting local lore and visitor information.
Originally settled in the late 1600s by French-Huguenots, McClellanville was officially incorporated in 1706 by the Church of England. Today, the town is affiliated with Charleston County Municipalities, and residents enjoy numerous recreational programs and activities, county parks, and nearby public golf courses. Children residing in McClellanville attend St. James-Santee Elementary, St. James-Santee Middle, and Wando High School. An “excellent” rated school since the inception of the state oversight program, Wando High School offers a wide array of study-specific electives such as Aerospace Engineering, Google Applications, Advanced Animations, and Digital Media Marketing to name a few.
McClellanville is the perfect place for homebuyers who wish to surround themselves with uninhabited coastal terrain and natural topography yet desire the close proximity to urban amenities. Because land acreage is available and affordable, many families and retirees opt to purchase a lot and build their dream home. The strong sense of community, small town ambiance, and protected privacy make McClellanville an attractive destination for many homebuyers.
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