The Wachesaw East community in Murrells Inlet sits just down the road from the Waccamaw Community Hospital, perfect for those in the medical field or anyone that wants to stay close to a well-respected medical facility. Residents can also take a quick drive to Brookgreen Gardens, Huntington State Park with the Atalaya Castle, or one of the many other picturesque, award winning golf courses.
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Known as a quaint fishing village, Murrells Inlet is an attraction in and of itself with the famous Inlet Marsh Walk offering dining and entertainment for all ages and the pristine beaches of…
Murrells Inlet has two public boat landings that are only a few miles apart. One boat landing is on a Murrells Inlet tidal creek that connects to the Atlantic Ocean, and the other is on the Waccamaw River. If you enjoy saltwater or fresh water boating or fishing, each boat landing is only minutes from each Murrells Inlet neighborhood.
CRG Construction is starting construction on a new home on lot 11 in Waverly Bay. Waverly Bay Community is located in Prince Creek; a master planned community located in Murrells Inlet. Prince Creek surrounds the TPC of Myrtle Beach golf course. This neighborhood is the only custom home community in the Bays section of Prince Creek.
Let’s start with a little bit of History. Wachesaw Plantation was developed on the banks of the Waccamaw River. For thousands of years these banks were inhabited by nomadic Indians, that only left behind small hints to there existence. Wachesaw Plantation was once the site of two 19th century rice plantations. Although today Wachesaw Plantation is a private residential golf community; you cannot help but notice and feel the history of days past when driving through this aesthetically pleasing neighborhood. The developers of Wachesaw Plantation managed to capture and restore much of the history of this property through archaeological research. The South Carolina Institute of Archaeology…
Many people have asked me this question over the past few years. There are so many reasons why I live and love Murrells Inlet and believe many other people can enjoy it as a permanent residence, or a place to own a second home. Who does not love the water?