Lowcountry South Carolina Maps and Geography
Miles Of Waterfront For Buyers Of Lowcountry South Carolina Real Estate
South Carolina's Lowcountry is the unique coastline that stretches from Savannah, Georgia to just north of Charleston, South Carolina. Here, a network of fresh water rivers meets the marshes and the sea, creating a vital ecosystem system that nourishes much of Atlantic Ocean, as well as wildlife in the maritime forests and savannahs. And of course prime Lowcountry and South Carolina real estate.
In the heart of the Lowcountry is Beaufort County, best known for the towns of Beaufort, Bluffton and Hilton Head. The county encompasses literally hundreds of islands and miles of waterfront, and has become a premier destination for those seeking unspoiled coastal Lowcountry real estate and a relaxed way of life.
Beaufort County is easily accessible by car, air and water. The region is serviced by eight Interstate-95 exits, and is a day's drive or less from most cities in the eastern United States. Savannah/Hilton Head Airport is 20-60 minutes away. Amtrak has a daily stop. And the Intracoastal Water highway winds through the islands, intersecting deep water channels that lead to dozens of communities, private docks and the Atlantic ocean.
Review our Beaufort County Map, highlighting the geographic details of Beaufort, Fripp & Harbor Islands, Hilton Head, Bluffton and Daufuskie Island, South Carolina. //