Port Royal, South Carolina - New Quality Custom Homes on 12th

Real Estate Agent with Apex Team Real Estate

New Quality Custom Homes available soon on 12th in the Old Village of Port Royal!

New Quality Customs Homes available in the Old Village of Port Royal on 12th Street just a short walk from the proposed Marina Village on Battery Creek. Two and Three bedroom Allison Ramsey designed homes starting in the mid 200’s with all the quality features anyone could desire.

Teatures include masonry fireplace, standing seam metal roofing, Hardi-plank siding, custom moldings, built-in cabinetry, wood and ceramic flooring throughout the first floor, granite counter tops and custom cabinetry with upgraded appliances, quality clad windows and doors, large open front and screened back porches, 2x6 exterior wall construction with R-19 wall insulation, R-30 ceiling insulation and spray foam insulation at the floor system.

Finally new quality homes are available in one of the most highly desired areas north of the Broad River on the peninsula of Port Royal. Home construction is underway so call for details today before the limited current inventory has vanished. Call Carl Joye of Apex Team Real Estate at 843-575-2898 or 843-321-9204, email at CarlJoye@ApexTeamLLC.com, or stop by our office at 1503, Paris avenue, Port Royal, SC, 29935.

Why Port Royal?

Port Royal is a truly unique part of the Lowcountry of South Carolina, adjacent to Historic Beaufort on Port Royal Island. Offering the small town feel of days gone by, the exciting waterfront development planned, and the natural beauty of the peninsula location bounded by the Beaufort River and Battery Creek joining to form the Port Royal Sound make the Town of Port Royal a special place to live for those fortunate to call it home. The Old Village of Port Royal, with its numbered streets intersecting avenues named after European cities, was developed hundreds of years ago as settlers first came to the New World.  

Today the southern small town charm remains in this walking community centered around the 100 year old Port Royal Elementary School and Live Oak Park with natural features of the Sands Beach and Boardwalk looking out to the Atlantic Ocean across port Royal Sound and the Cypress Wildlife Preserve that's home to numerous white Egrets roosting the trees. The local YMCA offers sports and swimming activities for those young and old easily reached on foot. Street festivals bring the community together with the Spring Soft Shell Crab Festival and the Fall Oktoberfest on Paris Avenue, as well as the Fall and Spring street music series of afternoon entertainment by various artist. The local Farmers Market is attended by residents from all around and is ongoing throughout the year every Saturday. Enjoy fresh seafood at famous Dockside Restaurant at the end of 11th Street watching the sun set over the Shrimp Boat docks of Battery Creek. Dine and shop at local restaurants and stores that make this community special. 

Port Royal eagerly anticipates the new waterfront development along Battery Creek replacing the old shipping port that boast the deepest natural port on the East Coast. Keeping public access to the riverfront will make this development an enormous asset to all the residents as commercial and residential features are built along the waterfront. Now is the time to make Port Royal home as it emerges to be one of the most desirable locations in Beaufort County and Coastal South Carolina. Huge century old Spanish Moss draped Lived Oak trees grace the streets of the town in numbers beyond compare to any other area. Make Port Royal home and step back into history, enjoy the natural beauty, and become part of the evolution of the most spectacular waterfront newest old town in America.


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