Explore McClellanville, SC

By Mike Nicklaus
(Golden Bear Realty, LLC)
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The community of Shellmore sits just north-east of Charleston, boasting beautiful homes surrounded by the splendor of nature. Most homes in the neighborhood offer easy access to the river lead to Bulls Bay and the Ocean. Amenities of downtown Charleston and its historical venues is just a short d...

By Mike Nicklaus
(Golden Bear Realty, LLC)
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The lovely neighborhood of Tibwin Farms in McClellanville is a perfect community to raise a family. Residents here can enjoy the various amenities such as recreational parks, water activities, and the beauty of nature. A-rated schools are also near the community, as well as shops, and restaurants.

By Mike Nicklaus
(Golden Bear Realty, LLC)
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The Old Village of McClellancille offers residents charming, quiet lifestyle in the community of Historic District. Select from among fully restored historic homes with amazing views of Jeremy Creek. The neighborhood is also near to many shops, restaurants, and entertainment options.

By Mike Nicklaus
(Golden Bear Realty, LLC)
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Located only thirty minutes away from downtown Charleston's best attractions; the small historical town of McClellanville offers antebellum homes with a hint of a Southern charm, Lowcountry feel, and a family-centric ambiance. Real estate in the city offers waterfront homes, elegant, custom-built...

By Mike Nicklaus
(Golden Bear Realty, LLC)
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This waterfront community Shellmore in Mcclellanville is perfect for those who love boating or water related activities. The community offers gorgeous houses featuring spacious bedrooms, wide porch, a private dock, oversized lawn, great view of the Bulls Bay, and spectacular sunrises. Enjoy the c...

By Mike Nicklaus
(Golden Bear Realty, LLC)
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Luxurious waterfront homes comprise the beautiful community of Tibwin Farms in Mcclellanville. Boasting picturesque views of the Intracoastal Waterways, a variety of mature tall trees that add to the beautiful of the surroundings, the neighborhood is a perfect place to raise a family. The locatio...

By Mike Nicklaus
(Golden Bear Realty, LLC)
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  Home to some of the most exquisite, accessible and secluded deep-water properties, the historic town of Mcclellanville offers custom-built, antebellum and traditional Lowcountry homes with a family-centric ambiance. Just 20 minutes from the nearby urban amenities and restaurants, the city boas...

By Daniel Bates, McClellanville and Awendaw, SC
(MCVL Realty)
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It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since Hurricane Hugo muddied McClellanville’s timeline. The town has made anamazing comeback and it’s finally to the point that you don’t hear that four-letter word in everyday communication now.  I certainly couldn’t say that 10 years ago.  Time was still ...

By Daniel Bates, McClellanville and Awendaw, SC
(MCVL Realty)
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On May 10th, 2008 the Deerhead Oak was dedicated as South Carolina’s 2007 Heritage Tree of the Year. The McClellanville Tree Committee sponsored the event held in the shady branches of the town’s landmark live oak at the corner of Oak Street and Pinckney Street. A plaque commemorating Deerhead O...

By Malcolm Baldwin
(W.P. Baldwin & Associates)
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October 4, 2008 17th Annual McClellanville, SC Inshore Fishing Tournament"The Creek Slam"Entry fee $45/angler50% of the entry fees are returned as prizes.  All proceeds go to Archibald Rutledge Academy.  Haddrell's Point Youth Angler is also awarded to the angler under 15 on the team with the hig...

By Malcolm Baldwin
(W.P. Baldwin & Associates)
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There are several different camping in the Francis Marion National Forest.  If you don't want to really rough it, the Buck Hall Landing site is for you.  There is a bath house with hot showers and flush toilets.  There are 14 camper hook-up sites with camp pads, fire rings, picnic tables and 5 te...

By Daniel Bates, McClellanville and Awendaw, SC
(MCVL Realty)
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A recent Post & Courier article about Charleston County Parks and Recreation plans to purchase a large track of land Two Pines Road came to a big surprise to myself and everyone I’ve talked to the past few days, so I’ve done a little more research to fill people in on the facts.  Two Pines is a s...

By Malcolm Baldwin
(W.P. Baldwin & Associates)
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A few miles up Hwy 17 from McClellanville, just off of the South Santee River on Wambaw Creek is the Hampton Plantation State Park.  The original mansion built in 1735 remains.  This 274 acre plantation was purchased from the Rutledge Family in 1971 and turned into a state park.  There is a lot t...

By Malcolm Baldwin
(W.P. Baldwin & Associates)
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For my money the most fun you can have on the water in the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge (McClellanville, SC) is fishing for Spot tails (Red Drum).  There are many different approaches you can take, fishing the flats, casting a grub, fishing the edge of the marsh with live bait on a float, or surf ...

By Malcolm Baldwin
(W.P. Baldwin & Associates)
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The Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge is a preserve of over 100,000 acres of marsh, creeks and barrier islands.  There are countless recreational opportunities.  The map below shows the system of creeks and bays that make the Cape Romain Refuge a place you could explore and enjoy over and over again.Fi...

By Malcolm Baldwin
(W.P. Baldwin & Associates)
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The Francis Marion National Forest is open to the public for camping, picnicking, hunting, fishing, canoeing, trail riding for horses and ATV's and there is even an shooting range.  To make sure no one is riding where others are hunting, it is heavily managed.   Go to the Forest Service website f...

By Daniel Bates, McClellanville and Awendaw, SC
(MCVL Realty)
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I can now confirm my earlier post about the filming of the new Kevin Costner movie, The New Daughter, here in McClellanville. Film crews are already in the area and filming is slated to begin February 18th. I have been working with the films housing manager to help them find suitable McClellanvil...

By Daniel Bates, McClellanville and Awendaw, SC
(MCVL Realty)
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Some of you may be aware that I was the Deputy Town Marshal for McClellanville. I was deputized shortly after moving back here after being a police officer in Rock Hill for 4 years, because I was the most experiences person for the job. After over a year of faithful service I decided that I didn’...

By Daniel Bates, McClellanville and Awendaw, SC
(MCVL Realty)
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2008 came quietly at the Bates house.  Noah, my son, was visiting with his grandparents and Josie and I were in bed well before midnight.  I was actually asleep when the ball dropped, a nice change from my old policing days when I seemed to always being working on New Years Eve (probably the wors...

By Daniel Bates, McClellanville and Awendaw, SC
(MCVL Realty)
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The Post and Courier reported today that McClellanville may be the new site for the filming of a horror movie called “The New Daughter” starring Kevin Costner. The article reports that McClellanville and Edisto Island are two possible locations for the filming and that a production studio has ma...

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