Tag: new community beaufort
CityWalk at Beaufort named Best Neo-Traditional Community!
CityWalk wins Best! ideal-Living magazine just released its 2017 Best of the Best awards, and CityWalk at Beaufort was named in the Best Neo-Traditional Community category! According to ideal-Living, the best neo-traditional communities combine 21st-century convenience with small-town ambiance. The communities in this category feature things like tree-lined neighborhoods with wide sidewalks, plus convenient access to… Continue Reading
Best Summer Festivals in Beaufort!
The true beauty of Beaufort is that the enchanting, low country charm and calming coastal views means you can be content simply sitting back, relaxing and doing nothing at all. At the very same time, however, historic downtown always provides fun and exciting events unique to the distinct culture of our town. When you’re looking… Continue Reading
6 Benefits of Waterfront Living
CityWalk in Beaufort offers plenty of great reasons to live here – especially when you consider the perks of living near the water! The Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park Located in downtown Beaufort along the waters of the Beaufort River, this is the city’s most prominent park. It includes landscaped green… Continue Reading
What does a Perfect Day in Beaufort Look Like? That’s up to you!
CityWalk has many great attributes – gorgeous homes, distinctive Lowcountry architecture, and a great view of Battery Creek. But one of its biggest advantages is its walkability. Located a little over a mile from everything in historic downtown Beaufort, CityWalk offers its residents a wealthy of activities and resources. In fact, all you have to… Continue Reading
Visit CityWalk During Your 2017 Lowcountry Parade of Homes Tour!
Thinking of moving closer to town? Want to be able to walk to dinner? We have the perfect neighborhood for you to visit during your Lowcountry Parade of Homes tour – CityWalk in historic Beaufort! Our homes are nestled in a park-like setting along Battery Creek, and are walking distance to shops, restaurants, parks, art… Continue Reading