Found 7 blog entries about South Carolina Lifestyle.
Charleston is once again in the global spotlight...or rather, the dark shadow. This time, the “best city in the world” will be graced with a spectacular solar eclipse on August 21st. In fact, Charleston is in the direct path of totality as the final end point for the astronomic wondRead More
Most of the time, living along the southeastern coast of the United States is a heavenly, peaceful environment full of stunning sunsets, nearly year-round warm temperatures, and a booming real estate market. For a few months of the year, however, the risk of hurricanes or tropical storms threatensRead More
Residents of both Florida and South Carolina enjoy warm weather almost all year long. One huge benefit of such moderate temperatures is the ability to utilize outdoor entertaining spaces for a large part of the year. Often, builders in these Southern states design homes to include distinctiveRead More
With four gorgeous beaches within easy driving distance of downtown Charleston, people might be surprised to learn that there’s more fun than just sunbathing, surfing, and swimming to be done during a Charleston summer! Charleston is chock full of festivals, culinary events, concerts, anRead More
Daniel Island, South Carolina, is often given the moniker “Modern Mayberry” because of its casual, comfortable, and convenient way of life. The island, which is surrounded by the East Cooper River, the Wando River, and Ralston Creek, is ideally situated five miles from Mt. PleasaRead More
The sea islands of Charleston – including property on Kiawah, Seabrook, and Johns Island – are modernly known for prestigious beaches, tony topography, and private residences. However, as the good Gullah people frequently say, “Cumya can’t tell binya,” whichRead More
Living in Charleston, romantic romeos can easily gift their darlings with a Valentine’s Day surprise fit for a Lowcountry queen. As arguably the most enchanting city in the world, Charleston is a beautiful backdrop to celebrate love. Legendary author Pat Conroy penned, “There is noRead More