Colleton County is in South Carolina. Whether you are a potential homeowner looking for a lot for sale or a builder or developer seeking land for sale for your next project, the perfect property for you may be found in South Carolina. The Palmetto State of South Carolina is located in the Southeastern United States, and is bordered by North Carolina to the north, Georgia to the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east. This charming southern state may be best known for its beautiful, sandy beaches; year-round golf and entertainment destinations such as the Grand Strand and Myrtle Beach, or the stately, historic city of Charleston. Beach resort locations like Pawley’s Island, one of the country’s oldest beach resorts, or Kiawah Island, with its world-famous golf courses, delight residents and attract visitors from all over the country to the state of South Carolina. The state capital of Columbia is located in the middle region of the state, “The Midlands”, near the confluence of the Saluda and Broad river, which forms the Congaree River and is popular with paddlers and kayakers. The Midlands area is well populated with rivers and lakes, offering nearly year-round outdoor water activities. Columbia is the largest city in the state, followed by Charleston, North Charleston and Mount Pleasant on the coast, Greenville in the “Upstate” and Rock Hill, just south of Charlotte, NC. The rolling hills of the Upstate region was once farmed, but is now reforested and also contains the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains (part of the Appalachian chain), the scenic Cherokee Parkway, Table Rock State Park, Ceasars Head State Park, and the Chattooga River, a favorite whitewater destination. Throughout the state, there are numerous visual and performing arts venues, countless local festivals highlighting many cultural traditions, historical events, and folklore. There are museums, including the South Carolina State Museum in Columbia, the South Carolina Aquarium in Charleston, zoos, state parks, equestrian centers, golf courses, miles of beaches and historic, charming southern towns and sites. South Carolina is generally hot and humid in the summer, but varies by location in the winter. The coastal region has very mild temperatures in the winter, with colder temperatures further inland. Most of the state receives little snow, but the northwestern upstate occasionally turns into a winter wonderland with the bulk of the snowfall.
If you are seeking property in South Carolina, you will find a wide variety of choices from waterfront property for sale, lake property for sale, beachfront property for sale, golf course lots for sale, mountain lots for sale, vacant land for sale and even cheap land for sale.
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