4G4C+3G McClellanville, SC, USA
- MLS #: 21030422
- Date added: 11/26/21
- Post Updated: 2021-11-26 13:17:47
- Bedrooms: 3
- Floors: 1
- Lot size: 5 217800 sq ft
- Year built: 1970
- Status: Active
- Type: Single Family Detached
- Street #: 1515
- Baths - Full: 1
- Subdivision: Landry Farms
- Baths - Half: 1
- Middle School: McClellanville
- High School: Wando
- Elementary School: St. James - Santee
- Picture Count: 24
5 ACRES is a lot of space for your outdoor toys, boats, gardening, woodworking & more of what you enjoy PLUS room to grow. The charming Town of McClellanville has a unique lifestyle & was built around the business of oystering, fishing & crabbing & clams. Imagine living in a friendly, small, sustainable community where everyone knows everyone yet still having the privacy you deserve at your private homestead. The town is surrounded by Francis Marion National Forest & located in between Mt Pleasant & Georgetown. The way of life enjoyed in McClellanville some people only wish for, yet still a hidden gem. If you want to enjoy the seacoast & charm of McClellanville your home awaits! You must see this property to see the unlimited possibilities.This home was a cottage that was transplanted from Sullivan’s Island with original vintage oak flooring. The covenants allow for 2 homes on the property (main and guest) and horses.
Cape Romain Environmental Education Charter School mission is to create a small & diverse collaborative learning community that immerses students in critical thinking, environmental stewardship, & engaged citizenship through meaningful & innovative learning experiences. CREECS engages family a& community in the commitment to nurture the whole child in preparation for a global society by emphasizing ecological conservation and sustainability.
Buck Hall Recreation Area & Boat Landing & Campground is a super popular destination for hiking, picnicking & launching kayaks, canoes, paddleboards & all other watercraft.
The Town also owns & maintains the boat landing at 405 Pinckney Street. A permit is required to launch any type of watercraft at this landing. Annual permits are $50 for residents in the Town limits and $100 for non-residents.
The mansions at Hampton Plantation & Hopseewee Plantation nearby are open to visitors & the historic “Brick Church” are sites that keep the historic vibe alive in McClellanville preserving the towns origin and the values that still remain solid today.
Learn more about the protection & preservation of the area, the land, the wildlife & the coastline throughout the years & still a thriving part of the community today by visiting the Seewee Environmental Visitor Center on Highway 17, just South of McClellanville.