Just off Bay Street, this is a terrific location close to downtown and the marina. This building has been totally renovated into a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home but is currently used as an office. It is zone Office Commercial so it gives a new owner several options. There is a large open parking area in the rear and the deck has a peekaboo view of the waterway.
Highly visible retail location up fitted for a child care center. This building has many potential uses. Corner Lot.
Located just off Lady's Island Drive in Palmetto Business Park. Great access to downtown Beaufort, Port Royal, Lady's Island and surrounding islands. Current tenant is on a month to month lease and pays $4,500 Per month Gross. The unit has 10 office/exam rooms, two half baths, half kitchenette, and 9 foot ceilings with recessed lighting.
7,320 SF, Retail/Office stand alone building located on a 1.89 acre site at the intersection of Robert Smalls Parkway (170) and New Hanover Street; directly in front of Comfort Inn & Suites. Neighboring retailers and restaurateurs of this highly visible site include Golden Corral, Buffalo Wild Wings, Bojangles, Lowes, Staples, Zaxby' s and Verizon. One mile SW of the site is Cross Creek Plaza anchored by Belk with Best Buy, PetSmart, JC Penney, TJ Maxx and Ruby Tuesday. Walgreens and Chick-fil-A are located .8 miles NW at the intersection of Robert Smalls Parkway and Trask Parkway. The 1.01 acre developed portion of site with 42 parking spaces was originally built-to-suit Sears. Recent improvements include a new roof installed in 2012. The .882 acre balance of the site is undeveloped.
This property is a prime office commercial site adjacent to the Beaufort County courthouse and new City of Beaufort municipal complex. Because of the location near the courthouse and the Beaufort County and Naval Hospitals this would make a great location for any type of professional practice. Ribaut Rd has approximately a 16000 traffic count and the nearby high commercial density intersection of Boundary St. has over a 30000 traffic count. The property is being value for land only, thus no repairs will be done on the dwelling, but the property is believed to be sound enough to invest in updating and remodeling for commercial office purpose.
Also known as the William Elliot House, The Anchorage is one of the most significant surviving historic buildings, having played a conspicuous part in Beaufort' s post Revolutionary, Antebellum and Civil War history. The Anchorage was built with certain modifications in the typical Beaufort Style of architecture that was prevalent during the latter part of the 18th century. The broad golden-oak staircase, with three banisters to a tread, was installed by Adam Beardsley around the turn of the century The external walls were originally executed in tabby , ranking among one of the largest tabby domestic buildings in existence. Around 1900 Rear Admiral Beardsley began a massive renovation. The entire building was roughcast using a dark colored gravel which helped to preserve the original tabby to this day. Much of the exterior trim was replaced or reworked and a lunette window was installed on the attic level. The porches were given a full Corinthian entablature. Cornice elements of the same style were introduced at eaves level and in the pediment. The original splayed entrance steps were retained and restored, as was the overall window disposition.