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The Socastee Historic District is a historically significant area in Socastee, South Carolina. It was built in 1881, making it an excellent example of an area developed after the Civil War years.

The Socastee Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002 for being an intact example of the growth of communities in the upper coastal regions. This site is one of the few remaining examples of such settlements that are still intact today.

The Socastee Historic District is composed of a metal swing bridge known as the Socastee swing bridge, a pecan grove, the Samuel S. Sarvis House, and the Thomas B. Cooper Store and House. Most of the structures did not receive any significant alterations or intrusions in the past.
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