About 30 minutes from downtown Charleston is Folly Beach, a favorite among area beachgoers and surfers. Home to a permanent residential community and some part-time residents, the area boasts delicious restaurants, beach and surf shops and a lively nightlife. The Edwin S. Taylor Pier stretches nearly 1,050 feet into the Atlantic Ocean and is popular among fishing enthusiasts. Area homes are eclectic with multimillion-dollar mansions and luxury condominiums closest to the ocean and smaller homes situated farther back from the waterfront. Residences date to the 1940s to 2000s. Each year, Folly Beach hosts some exciting events, such as a polar bear plunge to ring in the New Year, fishing tournaments and surfing competitions. There is just 1 active residential listing for Condos and Townhouses for sale in Folly Beach. This site doesn't include contingent properties, fractional property sales, and properties of type 'other' (such as boat slips). If you would like to come and see any of homes on this site, I would love to offer you a no strings attached showing. Simply give me, Bob Brennaman Jr. at The Brennaman Group, a call at (843) 345-6074 and we will schedule your free showing(s) of real estate in Folly Beach or neighboring areas.
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