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Located in the center of Beaufort County, Bluffton, South Carolina is known as the “Heart of the Lowcountry.” Incorporated in 1852 as a one-square-mile river town, Bluffton has a central location to other Lowcountry towns of interest, including the beautiful beaches of Hilton Head Island, the Beaufort waterfront, and historical Savannah, GA, known for its great shopping and nightlife. Palmetto Bluff, an acclaimed luxury residential and resort development, is also located here along the May River waterfront. Charleston and Jacksonville are within a convenient 2 hour drive for larger metropolitan attractions and events.
The town earned its name from its location – high on the bluff above the May River. The May River and the Historic District are the centerpieces of the community. Preserving history and culture are of utmost importance.
The Oak Tree, where the separatist movement was born, still stands as a testament to the rebellious nature of this quaint coastal town. Two-thirds of the town was burned during the Civil War, and it took many years for Bluffton to economically recover. All remaining buildings from the Antebellum Era are historically preserved and protected, maintaining the Old Town area’s well-known charm. Today, Old Town Bluffton has many restaurants, bars, shops, businesses, art galleries, and parks to choose from; it also hosts many festivals, markets, parades, and other community events. The Bluffton Oyster Company, located at the end of Wharf Street, happens to be the last hand-shucking oyster factory in South Carolina. During the oyster season, tourists and residents can head down to the dock to watch the oystermen harvest May River oysters the old-fashioned way.
The reasons why people come to Bluffton haven’t changed much since its early days. People are relocating to this town for its beauty, uniqueness, and high quality of life. Bluffton consistently ranks among the fastest-growing municipalities in the state of South Carolina. Today, Bluffton has grown to approximately 54 square miles through annexation and boasts more than 33,000 residents. ForeShore Rentals is proud to be a part of Bluffton’s small town success story!