What to do with McClellanville's share of the Greenbelt Funds

Last night was the planning commission meeting at the town hall to discuss possible ways to spend the town’s share of the proceeds resulting Charleston County Greenbelt Program . This is the money raised by the 1/2 cent sales tax increase that has to go to preserving greenspace within Charleston County. McClellanville has been told … Read more

Have Your Next Home Find You

Are you tired of constantly searching MLS every week hoping to find something new that matches your criteria?  What if you could have listings that match your criteria sent directly to your email account as soon as they it the market.  From there, you can review the information and decide if you would like to … Read more

McClellanville Real Estate

MyMcClellanville.net is your one-stop source for McClellanville Real Estate. Search MLS for homes or land for sale in McClellanville Residential – View homes for sale in McClellanville Vacant Land View building lots for sale in McClellanville Waterfront Properties (includes property on deep water and shallow water as well as tidal creeks and marshfront, but does … Read more

Adjusting to McClellanville Life

   Bob Bestler wrote a great short article in the Myrtle Beach Sun News on how he’s adjusting to life in McClellanville that everyone should read.  The article really reverberates what I have heard from so many McClellanville transplants.  It’s a different sort of life in McClellanville and it’s an adjustment getting used to it.  You will miss certain parts … Read more

Where to Eat in McClellanville

Downtown Pinckney Street Kitchen – I probably eat more lunches here than I do at my own house because of the great food, chance to catch up with the friends, and ideal location across from our real estate office.  Owner and chef, Sarah Scott serves up light and healthy sandwiches and wraps.  Great soups and … Read more

Top 10 Things to Do in McClellanville

Thinking about moving to McClellanville, but worried that theres just nothing to do? Well we may not be the entertainment capitol of the world, but we make up for that with our natural and historic beauty. Spending time with friends and family is what McClellanville is all about, but here are the top ten things … Read more

Just Say No To Imported Shrimp

If ask about peoples opinions on the war, they would probably tell you why we should or shouldnt be in Iraq, but there is another war going on, one within our very borders; The War on Imported Shrimp. In recent years foreign, farm-raised shrimp have been dumped onto the American marketplace at such a low … Read more

McClellanville Rocks, But Don’t Take My Word for It

McClellanville is a great town, but with a population of 500, you won’t find it winning any awards, because most people don’t even know it exists. In fact, the attention of a national award like “Best Retirement Town” or “Top Ten Vacation Spots” would bring about massive change to our quiet little town and negatively … Read more

31st Annual Lowcountry Shrimp Festival

Seafood lovers are going to want to mark their calendars, because May 5th, 2007 marks the 31st Annual Lowcountry Shrimp Festival in McClellanville. The festival which is held to bless McClellanville’s fleet of shrimpboats for a bountiful season is also a major fund-raiser for Archibald Rutledge Academy, McClellanville’s small local private school. This years events … Read more

McClellanville Restaurants

Pinckney Street Kitchen 826 Pinckney St. (843) 887-4001 T.W. Graham & Co. 810 Pinckney St. (843) 887-4342 Buckshots 9498 N Highway 17 (843) 887-3358 McClellanville Diner 9905 N Highway 17 (843) 887-4499 Subway (inside Kangaroo Gas Station) 10105 N Highway 17 (843) 887 – 3070