This lot is conveniently located near downtown Williamston and the home is to be constructed on this cul-de-sac lot. Affordability with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,279 sq ft provide plenty
Little Know Facts About South Carolina
I recently ran across an article about little known facts about our fine state of South Carolina. I thought I’d share a couple of them with you. There are even a few that a true South Carolinian like myself didn’t know!
The Angel Oak Tree on John’s Island is thought to be more than 1500 years old!
South Carolina produces more peaches than any other state in the nation, except California!
The worlds’ smallest police station is located in Ridgeway. It’s about the size of a toll booth and was operational from 1940-1990!
You have to have a permit to be a fortune teller in the state of SC!
Charleston is the birthplace of the game of golf!
Bowman is home to a UFO Welcome Center.
Mt. Pleasant is the only modern suburb where Sweetgrass basketry is still practiced.
The Godfather of Soul, James Brown was born in Barnwell, SC.
South Carolina has to lowest percentage of women in it’s State Legislature.
The Palmetto State is home to more than 300 golf courses and Myrtle Beach is the unofficial Golf Capital of the world!
Strom Thurmond was the only US Senator ever elected as a write-in candidate. He was elected on November 2, 1954 with 139,106 votes!
The Palmetto State was once known as the Iodine State.
South Carolina operates and owns it’s own school bus fleet. And is the only state to do so.
Charleston was the birthplace of the first museum, public college and playhouse.
“The Notebook”, “Full Metal Jacket”, “Prince of Tides”, Sleeping With The Enemy” and “Swamp Thing” were all filmed in the Palmetto State!
Summerville is the birthplace of Sweet Tea and even boost a Sweet Tea Trail!
Brookgreen Gardens in Murrell’s Inlet is home to the largest collection of outdoor sculptures.
I hope you learned a thing or two about our fine state! I love it here, don’t you?
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