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There are only 10 building sites available in this thriving development, located minutes from beautiful, historic downtown Beaufort, SC. The 32-acre Beaufort Industrial Village offers local and regional businesses ready-to-use building sites, all of which come prepared with rolled gutters, off-site storm water retention, public water and sewer taps, along with high and low pressure natural gas availability.
Location is a key component to any successful business, and Beaufort Industrial Village offers Location with a capital “L.” The Village is very conveniently located in the heart of Beaufort’s Highway 170 shopping and (0 comments)
Beaufort, SC by Bicycle - 11/15/10 11:06 AM
There is no bad way to experience Beaufort, SC -- Car, horse-drawn carriage, feet, boat and kayak are all excellent options. But how about by bike? One of the burgeoning businesses in Beaufort seems to be bike tours. With it's flat terrain and beautiful climate, Beaufort seems a natural destination for bike enthusiasts. And now, vans pulling a trailer-full of bikes are a common site these days in downtown Beaufort. Thanks to a local couple here in Beaufort, it is possible to do an impromptu one to four hour bicycle tour. Sea Island Bike Tours is becoming ubiquitous around Beaufort. And, (0 comments)
Does this agent really need his own desk? Maybe it won't work stateside, but I love the concept I just read about in a very well-done Active Rain post. The blog was posted by Song San of Coldwell Banker Dynasty in California, and regards what seems to be the very successful real estate model in China -- Instead of dedicated desk space for all agents, there are fewer, shared desks which must be reserved in advance. I love this concept, and I am not even the guy paying the bills around my office. Many real estate offices are ghost towns during business hours. One very successful (7 comments)
Habersham, in Beautiful Beaufort, SC - 11/02/10 12:31 PM
Welcome to Habersham -- Habersham is a true original. Inspired by the coastal towns of 100 or so years go, the developers of Habersham have created a totally unique community along the banks of Habersham Creek, and the Broad River. Very few details were overlooked in the planning of this Lowcountry jewel. Streets and intersections were planned to wrap around majestic oak trees, and the community pool overlooks the magnificantly wide and aptly named Broad River. I have first-hand experience in Habersham. My family resided there several years ago. It is a wonderful place to call home. Habersham has been recognized as one of the nation's premier neighborhoods (0 comments)
A Really Decent Realtor, and the Beaufort No Fun Club - 11/01/10 01:16 PM
Last night, while in search of Tricks and Treats with my son Panyue, I ran into one of my favorite Realtors -- Bryan G. He's just a great guy. I have always known Bryan to be a really professional, stand-up guy. Last night, on Halloween, he confirmed it. His neighborhood, which shall remain nameless, is a trick or treat hotspot, one of those neighborhoods that seems to suck children in right off the street. Parents bring their children from outside the neighborhood to trick or treat in this Beaufort neo-traditional neighborhood. On Halloween night, everyone in the neighborhood seems to be on (2 comments)
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