An intricate floorplan, the foyer opens up to the living room and custom piano area with presidential ceilings and engineered Walnut Natural Glaze hardwood flooring. Decorated with beautiful…
Construction has begun on the Sunrise Children’s Academy, a 7,350 square foot daycare in the Carolina Forest area of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. In 2016, CRG became a NASCLA Unlimited General Contractor expanding our construction and design capabilities in the Myrtle Beach area to include full commercial projects.
A custom design crafted by the CRG team, this 954 sqft addition was dreamed up by the homeowners to provide them with a separate den for entertaining, relaxing and exercising. Our team designed a beautiful space that expanded the existing home to include a mixed-use room with custom built-in cabinetry, a gas fireplace, wet bar, extra storage, a full bathroom, and a outdoor patio creating a private space for the family to enjoy the fresh air and moderate temperatures Myrtle Beach is known for year-round.
For a lot of people, owning a pet is like having another family member. Pet owners must consider their animals when choosing fabric, flooring and other decorative options for their Myrtle Beach home. But this doesn’t mean you have to compromise your sense of style. Though “pet-friendly” and “interior design” seem contradictory concepts, they don’t have to be.
So you decided on buying a property along the Grand Strand, now what about property taxes? South Carolina has the 6th lowest Real Estate taxes in the country for 2017. If you are not familiar with the term “Grand Strand”, it consists of many areas and cities along the northern coastline of South Carolina. The most recognized area along the Grand Strand is Myrtle Beach, SC. Other areas include North Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, Garden City, Litchfield Beach, Pawleys Island, Conway, Carolina Forest, Grande Dunes, Briarcliffe, and Socastee.
This Barefoot Resort lot and home design were listed by CRG Real Estate professional, Judy Upchurch, who was able to find the perfect homeowner for the design and location. The custom design was tailored to the lot to maximize space with a functional, open floorplan.
This St. Patrick's Day, quit searching for that pot of gold and get inspired to go green! But what does it mean to go green and how can we be environmentally friendly when remodeling or building a new home? CRG Companies believes in building and construction practices that go beyond the industry standards with a team that is knowledgeable and experienced with designing homes that are both sustainable and energy efficient. By preserving water and reducing energy consumption in your Myrtle Beach home, you can not only reduce your impact on the environment but save money by lowering your monthly utility bills. Here are some of the ways our team can make your new or existing home green.
While most are getting excited for the warm Spring weather Myrtle Beach is famous for, CRG Companies is focused on The Art Museum’s 17th Annual Spring Tour of Homes where our recent oceanfront renovation has been selected to join some of the finest custom homes on the Grand Strand in a showcase of unique properties to benefit the local arts.
This three floor oceanfront home in Garden City, South Carolina defines coastal living. Our design and construction team worked with these homeowners to create a primary residence with unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean that would be suitable for a family lifestyle. Many of our oceanfront homeowners, be it a primary residence or investment property, look for ample entertaining space to accommodate guests as well as outdoor living space to maximize their prime location. They also look for durable finishes inside that can withstand frequent visitors and exteriors that can withstand the harsh coastal elements. All of which were achieved with style for this luxury home!
This Myrtle Beach oceanfront home, originally built in 1992 as the retirement home for General Hackler, recently underwent a complete remodel. The CRG team updated the design and repaired structural issues during the renovation, while maintaining the original footprint and modern style of the home design.