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Video Tour: Charming Village of Habersham, South Carolina


Last week I was in Haberhsam, South Carolina. It’s a little village outside of Beaufort, South Carolina. We were filming my first series of  charming towns. This is my second video and I am in the learning stages. My husband who was  taking orders from me. I was telling him to hold the camera  vertically for some of the scenes. 🙂  When I was editing in movie maker  I realized that’s a no-no in video. I was able to salvage the video and use the horizontal scenes. The video didn’t quite turn out the way I wanted, but I’m learning. Hope you enjoy it any way!

I also photographed  some of the town and plus my favorite houses. This community was created by a developer to represent a small town feel. It’s a coastal town with all its charm, friendliness and elegant architecture and my favorite part is its natural beauty. It has a market place with quaint shops and eateries. This place may be my next and final home in a few years. Check out some of the architecture in the homes. I am totally in love with the coastal vibe. The shutters are a big feature in many house designs. It reminds me of Key West or the  Caribbean.


 Video Tour: Charming Village of Habersham, South Carolina


Video Tour: Charming Village of Habersham, South Carolina

Video Tour: Charming Village of Habersham, South Carolina



If you happen to be in the Low Country, stop by Habersham. It’s about 11 miles from the town of Beaufort which is another charming town. You may have to plug it in your GPS because it is a little out-of-the-way and not easy to find. My next video series will be on  Charleston South Carolina.  I am heading to this amazing city in a few weeks. If you know any charming towns you have been to love to hear about them. For more info on Habersham.


  1. I believe we whizzed through Beaufort too quickly to appreciate it. Hubby and I couldn’t figure out why people found it so charming. Note to self: Take more than an hour to go through a town and make sure you find out a little about it before driving there. Habersham is a must plus going through Beaufort again. 🙂

    1. Thanks for visiting me. Glad you like the video, beaufort is an amazing place! My husband and I are going to try to purchase a lot we saw there, it was a real buy.

  2. Gorgeous!! South Carolina is currently my fave place to visit. Love the Spanish moss, live oak trees, and of course all the gorgeous architecture. Thanks for sharing this!

  3. Loved the video….I have visited the areas around Beaufort…this looks like a town similar to where the Southern Living House was a couple years ago….just love that Low Country feel of these towns…great job on the video!

  4. What a charming place! I love SC! Those homes are gorgeous.Glad you told us not to hold the camera vertically when you’re doing a video. I didn’t know that. I haven’t ventured into video yet, but it’s good to know.

    1. Yes what a laugh about holding the camera vertically, always learning something new each day. Thanks for stopping by.

  5. Love your travel series! You’ll love Charleston, SC when you go. I was there in 1989 for the second wedding of my Aunt Eleanor who lives on Hilton Head. Her first husband had passed away and she and her then hubby-to-be held a lovely wedding there in the city! It was 6 weeks after Hurricane Hugo. Amazingly, many of the old buildings stood up to that nasty windstorm because they were built well and of brick.

    Enjoy your upcoming trip!
    Barb 🙂

    1. Thanks Barb! I live near Hilton Head, thats cool that your Aunt lives in Hilton Head! I have been to Charleston many time, but never get sick of it. so beautiful!

  6. A very quaint and picturesque town Maria. IO also noticed a variety of architectural styles in the homes. Very nicely done video.

    1. Hi Mary, Hope you are rested from your trip, thank for stopping by my post/video

  7. What fun, Maria! A lovely place and your voice is just soft and perfect for doing videos!

  8. I lived in North Carolina for 8 years, and I truly regret not visiting South Carolina.

  9. So beautiful! We don’t have anything like that around here, so thank you for sharing!

  10. Thanks for sharing with us at #OvertheMoon Link party, I’ve pinned and shared on social media. Have a lovely day!

  11. My husband and I fell in love with South Carolina a few years ago when we had the privilege of going to Charleston not once, but twice in one year. We LOVED it!

    Seeing your pictures of Haberhsam and the moss on the trees and palm trees remind me so much of Charleston.

    I’m currently looking out the window at snow covered ground and dreary weather. I felt like I went on a mini vacation visiting your blog. 🙂

    1. I am so sorry its snowing, but snow can be fun! So happy you found my video! Hope you come back to South Carolina.
      Hugs Maria

  12. Well done, Maria! Love the Low Country! Looking forward to the rest of the series! Blessings, Janet

  13. What a charming community! Thank you for sharing it with us at the Creative Muster Party. PInned
    Robin | Fluster Buster

  14. I have never been, however I love seeing the tour and photos. I never tire at looking at home. thanks so much for sharing at DI&DI.

  15. I’ve only driven through South Carolina – I might have to stop and take a look around next time!

    1. Roseanne, Driving through South Carolina Low Country is like riding through time capsule. its very reminiscent of the old south. I love it here and the history is so interesting.

  16. What a great tour of home in S. Carolina. I have been to the beaches for a vacation but was not able to visit through the community! Thank you for sharing on Oh My Heartise Girls Wonderful Wednesday last week and this week it is featured. I hope you will stop by and share another idea this week!
    Have an awesome day! –

  17. I am obsessed with houses so I loved seeing these great pics of some of these beauties in S.C. Gorgeous and great pics. Visiting via Share It One More Time.


  18. Having been born and raised in the south, I love driving through these gorgeous old towns. Beautiful pictures. Thanks for the journey. So glad you shared with us at Merry Monday.

    1. Thanks so much Shirley for stopping by to visit my post on Charming Habersham. I have added you to my party list

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