8th Annual Fall Festival at Habersham

Fall Festivals

Fall is in full swing and that means fall festivals are at their peak. While there are plenty of fall festivals to choose from in around South Carolina, the 8th Annual Habersham Harvest Festival was a must do for locals. This Lowcountry street festival is so popular that organizers have turned it into a two-day extravaganza.

In the past, the event was held only on Saturdays. This year, attendants won’t have to cram all the fun into one day because the festival now runs through the weekend. The two-day event kicked off at 10am on Saturday, October 22nd and ran until 4pm that evening. Then again on Sunday, October 23rd from noon until 4pm.

Thanks to the added day, families were able to savor all off the sights and sounds of the season, while enjoying Lowcountry traditions and learning about the area’s agriculture and supporting local vendors. The kids will especially enjoy this festival. There will be plenty of fun activities for them including a 47’ ferris wheel, face painting, petting zoo, hayride and much more.

While the children were enjoying their fun, the adults took in the live music on the Hargray main stage or checkout the artisan vendors.

The Habersham community rolls out the red carpet for this event. It’s the attention to details, friendliness and charm of this neighborhood that draws people to the festival year after year. It’s also what makes South Carolina coastal real estate so desirable. Those attributes were probably instrumental in Southern Living Magazine’s decision to name Habersham South Carolina’s premiere Southern Living Inspired Community. And the accolades don’t stop there. The National Association of Home Builders awarded this neighborhood with the “Best Neighborhood Design in America.”

Stroll along the oak-lined streets and see first hand how everything from the layout of the community, to the landscape and architectural style of the homes are inspired by the rich history surrounding this neighborhood. There are also numerous activities within the community that residents can enjoy including 3 tennis courts, a fitness trail, parks and picnic areas and community gardens to name a few.

The sense of community, the numerous amenities and variety of home styles make South Carolina coastal real estate a desirable choice when relocating or thinking of purchasing a second. Habersham homes pay homage to the rich architecture style of the past with a modern and updated esthetic. Homeowners can choose from two Village Flat floor plans. Head inside and make it a dream home by including high ceilings, custom moldings and cabinets and built-ins.

Habersham is conveniently located just minutes away from the historic city of Beaufort.

This coastal town boasts some of the most charming homes. One in particular is listed at 14 S. Eastover. The 2605 square foot custom designed home has 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen and a large master suite on the main floor. The asking price is $635,000. Looking for coastal living at a lower price point? The average price for a home in Beaufort is $190,000 and there are several new homes in Beaufort SC to choose from.

Our trusted colleagues at Island Realty of the Lowcountry are experts at finding new homes in Beaufort SC. And their expertise spans to numerous other South Carolina coastal real estate communities, which include the mainland and barrier islands of Lady’s Island, Fripp Island and Harbor Island and many more.

When you’re looking for South Carolina coastal real estate including new homes in Beaufort SC or the barrier islands, the friendly folks at Island Realty of the Lowcountry have you covered with more than 140 years of experience. The experienced staff knows their business because they’re not just working for the company; they own the company and only hire the best.

Contact Island Realty of the Lowcountry directly at 843-838-3004 to show you around.

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