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Welcome to Bluffton, SC! Known for its picturesque views and southern charm, this small town has become a hot spot for anyone looking to dive into the Lowcountry life. Whether you’re in the market for homes for sale in Bluffton, SC or simply want to explore the area’s unique attractions, our magazine is here to serve as your go-to guide.

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This depends on your needs, your work situation, and your preferences. The median age in Bluffton is a little over 20 years younger than Hilton Head. Because of the younger age range, you’ll find that Bluffton has more of a small town feeling and an eclectic vibe.

The housing and taxes are less expensive in Bluffton. A rather safe area, crime-wise, Bluffton is close to beaches and other natural areas. You’ll see less of the tourist season, but still have quick access, if desired. Bluffton has plenty of amenities, activities, shopping, and dining available, though, in a beautiful area with plenty of parks and scenic views.

Bluffton has a low crime rate and is full of areas that are ideal for families. Whether you’re looking for a classic, older home or a more expensive, gated community, you’ll find that Bluffton offers a little of everything. 

Full of parks and natural areas to explore, don’t expect Bluffton to be a thriving metropolis. You will definitely have a small-town vibe that makes you feel safe and at home. A smaller town with lots of character, Bluffton has all the amenities you need along with the culture that makes it unique.

Known as the Heart of the Lowcountry, the southernmost coastal town of Bluffton is part of a handful of counties dubbed the Lowcountry. Bordered by the Savannah River on the West and the Atlantic Ocean on the east, it is full of marshlands and sea islands that make the vegetation unique and the views spectacular.

Designated a National Register Historic District in 1996, exploring the Old Town Bluffton Historic District will give you over 80 structures on your list. Bluffton was also designated a cultural district in 2016 by South Carolina. You can attend three dozen different festivals and events annually and visit more than 120 cultural attractions.

as of 2018 was considered wealthy compared to both South Carolina and the nation as a whole. 

Gated communities such as William Hilton Parkway offer a level of security to the affluent homes there. Other luxury areas offer prestigious homes, deep water access, or golf views. Check into communities such as Belfair, Colleton River, Moss Creek, and Rose Hill for some of the high end amenities in the area. For some true relaxation in style, visit Palmetto Bluff.

The area of Bluffton, SC as a whole is not in a major flood zone. A small percentage of the area could have some flooding (possibly up to four feet), but it tends to be rare to have massive damage. It is estimated that it might happen once in the next 25-30 years. But again, the size of the area potentially affected is fairly small.

Bluffton, SC has three flood categories: 500+ year floodplain, 500 year floodplain, and 100 year floodplain. Be aware, it is a federal requirement to have flood coverage in the 100 year floodplain on all mortgaged properties.

With multiple retirement communities in the Bluffton area, an average temperature in the mid-70’s, beautiful and tranquil scenery, and on average zero snow, this looks to be a great place to retire. 

Even if a thriving nightlife isn’t on the docket, Bluffton still has a lot of culture to explore during the day, plus a few beaches to relax on. Not to mention, the area has some of the top golf courses in the country, lots of waterways to explore, 5-star restaurants, and abundant outdoor activities like biking, tennis, fishing, and kayaking.

Simply put, yes. Alligators love the lowcountry, so be prepared to keep an eye out for safety. It is illegal to hurt, molest, or feed alligators, so the best course of action is to steer clear as much as possible. Alligators have been known to come up to homes, approach golf courses, or reside in neighborhood retention ponds (or really any body of water). Feeding an alligator not only results in a fine, but is harmful to the alligator. The animals will learn to not fear humans and approach them more often, which results in the alligator being removed from the area and potentially euthanized.

The #1 best place to live in South Carolina is Mount Pleasant. The low unemployment rate, the low crime rate, the high median income, and the proximity to the Atlantic coast are all factors. The cost of living, however, is significantly higher here. 

Not far off, but with a lower cost of living, Bluffton is one of the fastest growing communities in all of South Carolina. With a close proximity to Hilton Head, Savannah, Georgia, and Charleston, the location is excellent as well. With the median income being 5th highest in the state, the schools are ranked well and the crime rate is 50% below the national average.

With an average high temperature of around 57 degrees Fahrenheit and an average low around 46 degrees Fahrenheit, January is typically the coldest month in Bluffton, SC. The average tends to hang around 51 degrees, though. Compared with much cooler averages in the northern end of the country, Bluffton is relatively mild temperature-wise all year. 

With temperature ranges from the upper 80’s to the upper 40’s, you can count on normally beautiful weather no matter what time of year it is.

The cost of living in Bluffton, South Carolina tends to be about 10% above the standard in the United States, but it also boasts the 5th highest median income in the state. The average price of a home is going to be around $300,000 and groceries may cost you a little more, but with an unemployment rate under the national average and a close proximity to both larger cities and a thriving tourist town, residents tend to find work and make, on average, more than $85,000 a year.

A high risk hurricane zone, Bluffton has seen 72 hurricanes since 1930, the most recent being in 2013. Although hurricanes do come through and cause damage that has to be rebuilt, Bluffton is located on a bluff and has lots of surrounding marshlands that absorb flood water fairly well, so parts of it tend to be more protected. But as with any beachfront property, there are risks and one of those major risks is hurricanes.

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