Bluffton is booming. The town has grown from one square mile when it was first incorporated to 54 square miles today. The town’s development exploded, bringing business and families to the Lowcountry — and it gave Bluffton its own identity.

There are shopping centers along U.S. 278, schools and athletic fields along McCracken Circle and dining and entertainment keep Calhoun Street and the Promenade vibrant. Even though Bluffton is growing, it is still a small town, with a neighborly feel. You’ll know your neighbors. You’ll enjoy their company and enjoy peace of mind.

The restaurants offer an eclectic mix of options, from fresh seafood to pub fare. The town serves some of the freshest dishes in the Lowcountry.

Old Town is still the place to explore. A unique spot for a variety of experiences, Old Town features artisan shops, art galleries and fantastic eateries.

Old Town also includes the pre-Civil War Church of the Cross and the antebellum Heyward House. The Bluffton state of mind is real, and we love it.