Welcome to W.P. Baldwin and Associates Real Estate. We specialize in McClellanville, SC homes, waterfront, land and acreage. If you enjoy the outdoors, boating, kayaking, fishing, hiking, birding you need to visit the coast of South Carolina to the small fishing village McClellanville. Stop by the office at 829 Pinckney Street and get the “nickel” tour.
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9921 Susan B Lane, McClellanville SC Price Reduced $298,000
Within the town limits, this large custom built home on 5 acres of land is a bargain. 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2616 sf, teak flooring, fireplace, tile foyer, windows everywhere, 16×24 ft. studio with north light, parking beneath house, work shop or storage area below. Owners are related to listing agent.
Whether its a horse farm, hunting tract or a secluded retreat, this is a real gem. Over 28 acres adjacent to the National Forest, this tract heavily wooded with considerable timber value. There is a small pond near the rear of property. Only minutes from McClellanville, this is a great retreat where you can be as far away from the hustle and bustle as you want. The site is already approved for a regular septic system.
The property can be subdivided once under the current zoning. The owners will consider subdivision and selling a 6 acre tract or 22 acre tract as well.
The total tract is listed for $250,000. The front 6 acres is available for $110,000 and the rear 22 acres is $199,000.
Large building lot on Jeremy Creek in McClellanville. Great opportunity to build your dream home on deep water.
Listed at $445,000. Contact Dick @ (843) 729-3656 for more details. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
William P Baldwin has released his new novel, Charles Town. It takes place in 1751 in Charleston, SC and follows takes on an alternate spin on Robert Lewis Stevenson’s Kidnapped. It follows the story of Stevenson’s character David Balfour and plays it out with a twist. In Baldwin’s story, the ship Balfour was traveling on did not wreck leaving him stranded on an island, but made it to Charles Town and follows his story there.
An interesting read for fans of Charleston, historic fiction and Robert Lewis Stevenson. The book is available from The Evening Post Books. Click here for more information.
A new water craft is about to make a splash and its home is in McClellanville. The Biyak is a new type of kayak that utilizes two pontoons that can be adjusted to maximize stability for stand up fishing or sailing or speed for cruising. The molds have been completed and production will begin this summer. Learn more about the Biyak at: www.biyakboats.com
Also see the article in YakAngler.com: http://www.yakangler.com/kayaks-and-gear/item/3057-to-kayak-or-biyak-that-is-the-question