New Articles for Beaufort

The Judge

RATING: Not Yet Rated Starting Friday, October 10th! Starring: Robert Downey, Jr., Robert Duvall, Vera Farmiga

The Giver (2014 Film)

RATING: PG-13 | 94 Minutes Discounted Rate on Tuesday! Showing Daily: 2:00 | 4:00 | 7:00 | 9:00 Starring: Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep, Brenton Thwaites

The Expendables 3

RATING: PG-13 | 106 Minutes Discounted Rate on Tuesday! Showing Daily: 2:00 | 4:30 | 7:00 | 9:20 Starring: Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Antonio Banderas

The Anchorage House

The Anchorage House is believed to have been built prior to the Revolutionary War, but it's impossible to determine the actual year of construction. Elaborate Corinthian style colu[...]

B.B. Sams Family in Beaufort

Many of Beaufort’s sea island planters in the 17 and 1800’s also owned town houses where they would live during the summer social season or visit while attending to business. In [...]

 

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Charles Edward Leverett House - 1301 Bay Street, Beaufort SC

Built in: 1800 Construction of this house has often been cited as having occurred prior to the pre-Revolutionary, as has the story that it was moved to Bay Street from St. Helena Island by Dr. Benjamin Rhett around 1850. The source of this information has never been documented, however, and construction and stylistic evidence suggest the house was built in the early 1800s. Charles Edward Leverett purchased the property in […]

My Family's Favorite Spots in Beaufort

I hear people ask me all the time, “What is there to do in Beaufort?” I will admit that for some locals, the town of Beaufort, SC, isn’t as “hopping” as some towns- until recreation time hits. My family usually has a few spots we try to focus on. Hunting Island Beach and Lighthouse As a native to Beaufort, I guess I am a bit spoiled in that I have […]

Thomas Hepworth House - 214 New Street, Beaufort SC

Built in: between 1717 and 1722 Rebuilt in: 1760 This house has long been referred to as the oldest house in Beaufort with a construction date of 1717 cited. This date is possibly far too early, with stylistic evidence suggesting a construction, or reconstruction, date of circa 1760. It is documented that Thomas Hepworth, Chief Justice of the Colony, acquired an original grant for the property in 1717 that carried […]

The Anchorage House

The Anchorage House is believed to have been built prior to the Revolutionary War, but it’s impossible to determine the actual year of construction. Elaborate Corinthian style columns and haint blue ceilings impress onlookers at 1103 Bay Street in Beaufort SC. As was common in the 1700′s, the building is composed of tabby concrete, a mixture of sand, oyster shells and water. Oyster shells were burned to create the binding agent […]

Hilton Head Fishing Adventures

Enjoy a day of light tackle fishing on the waters of Hilton Head, South Carolina with local fishing guide Captain Charlie Beadon. Let’s head out for a saltwater fishing adventure into the backwaters around Hilton Head Island. I specialize in light tackle fishing so whether you are a seasoned angler or just getting started I have plenty of options to meet your needs. Within the inshore back waters you will […]