Welcome to The Bluff on Bay Street, intimate new luxury waterfront townhomes in historic downtown Beaufort. Only three stunning waterfront homes are being built overlooking the waterway. The Bluff offers the rare opportunity to own new construction in the historic district of Beaufort.
Spacious and light filled, the homes were designed to honor the spectacular waterfront setting and compliment the surrounding neighborhood. Each home will be constructed to the highest standard with well-appointed finishes, including gourmet kitchens equipped with Thermador appliances, custom cabinets and Cambria quartz countertops. Welcome each day overlooking the Beaufort river, the marina and downtown Beaufort from the rooftop terrace. Owners will also...
Perfectly positioned to make the most of the riverfront site and sought-after southern exposure, the residences feature large windows, high ceilings, open porches and spectacular roof top terrace equipped with an entertaining kitchen. The downtown location offers easy walking access to shopping, the city marina, tennis, numerous returns and other amenities. Other notable features include Marvin windows and Lennox HVAC systems.
Beaufort, the second oldest city in the Sea Islands is known as the "Queen of the Carolina Sea Islands". Beaufort was voted #2 by Southern Living Magazine on their list of The South's Best Small Towns 2020 and described as "a coastal gem brimming with charm and hospitality".
The Bluff is only steps to fine restaurants, shopping, the USCB Center for The Arts, and The Spanish Moss Trail. In addition, the area's close by beaches and numerous top-rated golf courses provide more recreational options. The international airports of Savannah and Charleston are within an hour’s drive.
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