Archive for August, 2014

Carolina Contractor’s Property Featured on “Buying the Beach”

Friday, August 22nd, 2014

dads camera 126IMG_4697Carolina Contractors is the in-house construction company of BSF, and is excited to announce that one of their properties will be featured on “Buying the Beach,” on September 1st, 2014.

Old House Cay Island is a 3+ acre, “off the grid” island situated in Intracoastal Waterways of Calibogue Sound, off the coast of Hilton Head Island, SC.  Located only 45 minutes from Savannah, GA, and less than 2 hours from Charleston, SC. Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the 1800 square foot home complete with 1000sf of wrap-around porch with marsh, sound, and tidal creek views.  Inside, you’ll find all the amenities of modern life powered by a 6 KW solar power system with 5500 amp hour batteries and a backup generator.  Enjoy the endless views of the Intracoastal Waterway from the 2nd floor, 360 degree, observation area. Read More

 

Dillman’s Break Ground on Homesite 3

Friday, August 15th, 2014

photoWe are very excited to welcome the Dillman’s to our BSF community. The Dillman’s have begun building their custom home with Carolina Contractors on homesite 3. If you have any questions, please contact Chris Donald at [email protected]

 

 

BSF tourism generates $16 million in economic benefit

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014

downloadA study reveals that tourism to the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area generates $16 million in economic benefit for surrounding communities:

A new National Park Service report shows that 565,063 visitors to Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area in 2013 spent $16.3 million in communities near the park . That spending supported more than 200 jobs in the local area.

“The Big South Fork is proud to welcome visitors from across the country and around the world,” said Superintendent Niki Stephanie Nicholas. “We are delighted to share the stories of this place and the experiences available and to use the park as a way to introduce our visitors to this part of the country and all that it offers.  National park tourism is a significant driver in the national economy – returning $10 for every $1 invested in the National Park Service – and it’s a big factor in our local economy as well.  We appreciate the partnership and support of our neighbors and are glad to be able to give back by helping to sustain local communities.”

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