South Carolina has long been a haven for military retirees who were introduced to the state while stationed at major bases in Beaufort, Charleston, Columbia, and Sumter.
Many others first discovered the Palmetto State during summer
family vacations on the coast, especially in Myrtle Beach and
along the 60-mile Grand Strand.
Since the establishment of the first planned-unit developments
on Hilton Head Island in the 1960s, South Carolina has become
a national leader in the building of environmentally-friendly residential communities. Today, new neighborhoods are springing
up all across the state around towns like Bluffton and Summerville in the Lowcountry, Rock Hill and Aiken in the Midlands,
and Greenville in the Appalachian foothills of the Upstate region.
South Carolinians enjoy year-round outdoor activities like golf
on the state’s 350-plus courses, boating, fishing in countless
saltwater estuaries and freshwater lakes, and hiking on a myriad
of Upstate highland trails. While the state boasts a variety of
cultural activities like the annual Spoleto USA festival in Charleston, South Carolina’s seafood industry along the coast, in every
county, fresh and delicious local produce are on the dinner table
PJ Kelly, Vice President of
Expanding to coastal South Carolina
was a natural fit for Logan Homes.
Our success in master planned
communities around the
Wilmington, NC area has prepared
us for building homes that fit today’s
lifestyle with high quality and
competitive price point.
The coastal lifestyle, mild climate
and low taxes are just a few of the
reasons why people are attracted to
South Carolina. The Bluffton, SC and
surrounding areas are experiencing
a substantial amount of growth as so
many people see the value of living
in coastal South Carolina.
We’ve been building dream homes
along the coast for 30 years in North
Carolina and are proud to bring our
experience and dedication to our
customers to South Carolina.