Press Release (ePRNews.com) - BEAUFORT, S.C. - Jan 18, 2018 - The small town of Habersham, South Carolina just got some BIG news. The quaint, waterfront neighborhood was just named to Coastal Living Magazine’s “20 Best Places to Live” for 2018.
The quaint neighborhood of Habersham landed at #4 on Coastal Living’s list and in the company of other great destinations such as Santa Cruz, California and Newport, Rhode Island. Community design, location and coastal lifestyle were all considerations in the selection process conducted by a panel of accomplished editors, writers, designers and planners. The feature article appears online and in the January/February 2018 print edition of the magazine and offers a summary of each location along with a “takeaway” recommendation as to what makes each place so special. Referring to Habersham, the article’s author declares it as “the small town you wish you’d grown up in.”
Coincidentally, the Habersham development is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2018 and continues to grow. Habersham has just this month broken ground on an adjoining commercial district and expansion. Unique to Habersham, the town’s village center boasts a collection of shops, restaurants and services within walking distance of all homes. To date, Habersham has welcomed nearly 800 homeowners with new, custom homes being added every month.
Habersham is the small town you wish you’d grown up in.
About Habersham, South Carolina
Habersham, SC is an award-winning coastal town between Charleston and Savannah offering waterfront living and real estate set amid a walkable master plan by Duany Plater-Zyberk & Co. Habersham has previously been selected Southern Living Magazine’s “Community of the Year” (2015), Ideal-Living’s “Best Neotraditional Community” (2016), “Best Neighborhood in America” by the National Home Builders Association (2009), a multi-year recipient (2005, 07, 09) of Where to Retire Magazine’s “America’s 100 Best Master-Planned Communities” and The Beaufort Gazette Readers’ Choice “Best Housing Community/Neighborhood” several years in a row. Source :
Habersham Land Company