Sold by MCVL Realty – Spring 2024

It’s been an unusually busy first 3rd of the year in real estate and this is the time of the year when it normally breaks lose! Earlier this month, Oliver and Ross Thames and I were involved in a train of 5 home sales on the same day in which we represented 4 of the […]

MCVL Realty Expands to 3 MLS’s

MCVL Realty has built a niche serving the rural area between the Charleston/Mount Pleasant and Georgetown/Myrtle Beach metropolitan areas. Geographically, this is a huge niche extending 40 miles from end to end, but because of it’s rural nature, the number of active properties is only in the hundreds. By focusing exclusively on this niche, we […]

What’s the Deal with the Stormwater Utility Bill?

Only a few weeks after successfully reducing my Charleston County property tax bill. I received yet another bill in the mail. This time it was a Stormwater Utility Bill for $36, which just goes to prove that the government will always get what the government wants out of you, it just might take them a […]

McClellanville Featured in Boating and Waterfront Magazine

  In case you missed the most recent issue of Carolina Currents Magazine, it features a great article called McClellanville – Escape into History by Rob Lucy.   In my opinion, it’s the best article I’ve read about McClellanville from an outsiders point of view.  I grew up in McClellanville and have been writing about it for over a year now (publicly) and have a […]

McClellanville Recycling Reminder

Just a reminder for anyone interested in supporting the recycling pick-up cause that I will be addressing the Town Council at this months meeting at the Town Hall on Monday, February 4th at 7 p.m. This is about one months worth of recycling from the three people at my house. Imagine how much recycling each […]

14 Foot Alligator in McClellanville

Word usually gets around in McClellanville when there is an alligator in Jeremy Creek. In all my time on the water, Ive never seen one, but I occasionally hear reports of sightings and Ive seen them in freshwater ponds in the area. Theyre usually young gators less than 6 feet in length that dont stay […]

Bud Hill: a McClellanville Hero

Whether you live in McClellanville or have just driven through it once, you have seen the work of Bud Hill. Evidence is all around if you know where to look, but he rarely takes credit for any of it. As director of the Village Museum since its formation in 1999, Selden “Bud” Hill has his […]

Recycling Pickup in McClellanville

A few months ago I wrote an article about adding recycling pickup to the regular trash pick up in McClellanville. I also put up a few petitions around town asking for signatures from town residents that would be willing to pay an additional $25 a year to pay for the service. I received almost 50 […]

McClellanville Christmas Wreaths

Looking for a great last minute Christmas gift idea or a way to add a splash of beauty to your own front door? How about an all natural, homemade wreath? Take a walk around your yard or the Francis Marion National Forest and collect anything that you think is pretty (Id leave the poison ivy […]

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