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316 Hancock Street - At the Heart of It All

Thursday, September 8th, 2016 at 3:34pm Engel & Völkers Hilton Head Island - Bluffton and Beaufort

Coming Soon! 316 Hancock Street, Beaufort SC 29902

Exuding Southern grace and hospitality and named after the ancestors who immigrated to South Carolina in the late 1700's, Barganier Cottage embodies a robust history. Whether you are looking for an incredible second home, or even your permanent home, Barganier Cottage is the one to beat

 

Just a short walk to town and the waterfront park is Bargainer Cottage, a unique custom residence located in the "Old Point" neighborhood of Beaufort. Completed in 2000, it was designed to feel like it had been there for several hundred years artistically combining historic details with modern functionality. The setting is magical on a picturesque garden lot enclosed by an 1890's iron fence. The features of this gorgeous home are outstanding and include recycled heart-of-pine floors, marble baths, high ceilings, extensive millwork, artistic molding, custom Ann Sacks tile, antique paneling, and a fireplace. Rooms include an entry with office nook, a gourmet kitchen, ensuite guestrooms/office, and a wraparound screened porch overlooking the home's spectacular garden. The welcoming front porch is quintessentially Southern and the ideal place to enjoy the warm salt-tinged air. This is the perfect Beaufort home offering a truly covetable lifestyle.

Price: $775,000

 

About the Community


Beaufort is a city in Beaufort County, South Carolina and is located on Port Royal Island in the heart of the Lowcountry. It is renowned for its scenic location and rich historic character. Not only has it been featured in the New York Times, it has also been named "Best Small Southern Town" by Southern Living, "Top 25 Small City Arts Destination" by American Style, and a "Top 50 Adventure Town" by National Geographic Adventure. Celebrated for its impressive antebellum architecture, which was popular during the interwar period, Beaufort's Historic District is dotted with a variety of homes, gardens, commercial buildings, and churches. If you enjoy fishing, crabbing, paddling, or are looking for the country's very best seafood you'll want to be here!

The Old Point neighborhood of Beaufort is home to some of the city's largest, oldest, and most expensive homes. Defined as the land between Carteret Street and the Beaufort river, this segment of downtown Beaufort does not follow the traditional major street grid and was once home to an operational timber mill. Home types in this area range from spectacular mansions that overlook the river to Victorian and Queen Anne style residences. A short walk to downtown Beaufort and surrounded by a million acres of brackish waters, expect to find streets lined with impressive live oaks and dangling Spanish moss.

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