Find The Best Places to Live in South Carolina
You may base your decision to move to a new place on a pros and cons list or simply decide to trust your gut feeling. But even when you've narrowed down your choices to a single state, you may find you still have plenty of options. In South Carolina, in particular, coastal and inland or even mountainous metro areas can mean completely different lifestyles, requiring a few more choices to wade through before you can finally call a new city in the Palmetto State home.
Regardless of where you finally land in South Carolina, you'll never find your new hometown lacking in Southern flare. With a population of about 5.08 million people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, South Carolina is certainly not the most crowded state in the U.S., but with the 23rd largest population in the country, it's not the least populated, either.