Huger is an unincorporated community in Berkeley County nestled in the heart of the Francis Marion forest. Some of the historic highlights include the Cainhoy Historic district, the Middleberg plantation, Pompion Hill Chapel, and the Quinby Plantation house all of which are listed on the national register of historic places.
Huger itself is a friendly tight-knit community of about3,400 people. Huger has a slow paced rural feel but is still an easy drive to larger cities such as Mt Pleasant (20 miles)and downtown Charleston (30 miles) and North Charleston (26 miles) for more shopping, amenities and entertainment. The cost of living in Huger is 3.2%lower than the U.S. average.
The mild weather in this area of SC offer year-round outdoor activities to choose from such as biking, boating, fishing and hiking at nearbyFrancis Marion National Forest One high light of Huger is the Huger recreation area in the Francis Marion National Forest has a picnic area with grills, plus a small boat ramp onto Huger Creek. A large picnic shelter here was built with logs in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, and has recently been restored. It’s a beautiful spot to spend the afternoon taking in nature. The 29450Community Center which offers programs for kids and adults alike
About 85% of the people in Huger own their homes. There are numerous land and new construction opportunities such as the French Quarter Creek, Brightwood, Forest Edge, and the Lakes of WInyah to existing communities such as Bridges of Seven Lakes, Bates Estates II, are available for those wanting to call Huger home.
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