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Browse all of the Georgetown, SC homes for sale. Georgetown is a quaint city of around 9,000 people with live oaks covered in Spanish moss beautifying the community. At only about six and a half square miles, this small town is known as South Carolina's second largest seaport. It sits directly on Winyah Bay, where the Pee Dee River meets the Waccamaw and Sampit rivers.

There are certainly many stunning homes in historic Georgetown. Whether it's a waterfront property you seek, or a nationally recognized historic home surrounded by sprawling live oaks, Georgetown real estate can provide several options.

The Georgetown housing market has not grown at nearly the same pace as the Myrtle Beach real estate market. However, plenty of opportunities still exist to purchase Georgetown condos, homes, waterfront properties, and historic southern plantations. Georgetown real estate has an average of 250 homes listed for sale with prices ranging from $100,000 to $10 million for a historic southern plantation.

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1032 Front St.

Georgetown, SC MLS#: 1820454
4 Bed3 Bath0.17 Acres
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One of the oldest homes in the historic port city of Georgetown, the Capt. Anthony White House stands at the corner of Front and Wood Street. This historic home, constructed in 1737, features original hand hewn, Heart of Pine floors, three fireplaces, with a recently renovated kitchen and newer roof. The second floor features a laundry room, two bedrooms, sitting room and one full bath. Downstairs is a formal living and dining room, large eat in kitchen, two bedrooms, two baths, and double front porches. This home has a 6 ft fenced in back yard with a detached, one car garage! Views of the Sampit River from the upstairs! 1032 Front Street is within walking distance to many other historic properties, museums, shopping, dining and the Harborwalk.
$399,000
Office: Going Coastal Realty

232 King St.

Georgetown, SC MLS#: 1820119
4 Bed2½ Bath0.2 Acres
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c. 1850 also known as the Rebecca Susan Byrd House, 232 King Street, is located in the heart of Historic Georgetown. This home has beautiful hardwood floors throughout, with a formal dining, eat in kitchen, paneled study, and a gorgeous Carolina Room opening up to the fenced in side yard. Four bedrooms and two full bath are located on the second floor. Currently being used for storage, a 21'x22' heated and cooled area was previously a 2 car garage, with potential to be converted back to the original use. The kitchen was recently updated with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, and newer HVAC. This is one of the few homes in Historic Georgetown with a basement! 232 King Street is truly a must see home, within two blocks from the waterfront, museums, shopping and dining.
$675,000
Office: Going Coastal Realty

614 Prince St.

Georgetown, SC MLS#: 1820068
4 Bed3 Bath1 Acre
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Own a piece of Georgetown history. Built between 1740 and 1750 with many unique architectural artifacts still intact, this historic three-story home is often featured on the annual Prince George Winyah Plantation Tour. The original kitchen building still stands on the property and includes a massive central chimney with double-braced cooking fireplaces – one of few remaining examples of service architecture in South Carolina. Steeped in character and southern charm, the 4 bedroom, 3 bath home boasts black cypress siding, hardwood and pine floors, original doors, three gas fireplaces, and numerous architectural details not found in homes today. Double front porches overlook a garden of native plants. The handcrafted iron fence as well as the entrance and driveway gates are by a local artisan. Marble pieces found in the original kitchen were incorporated into the front brick columns. This home was once owned by Col. Joshua John Ward of Brookgreen Plantation. Dining room chandelier does not convey. Home being sold as is.
$650,000
Office: Litchfield Real Estate

121 Broad St.

Georgetown, SC MLS#: 1819572
3 Bed2½ Bath
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Lovely early 1900's home just steps from all the action on Front Street and the boardwalk in Historic Georgetown. Shopping, restaurants and art galleries. Central location where Broad Street meets Front Street. The main house has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms upstairs and kitchen, great room, living/dining room and half bath downstairs. Beautiful heart pine floors throughout. The house was remodeled in 2012. Updated kitchen with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. Updated bathrooms and huge master walk in shower. All new plumbing, electrical, insulation, HVAC and tankless gas hot water heater. All new windows except for two in the front of the house. There is a back porch off the great room and kitchen that has been approved to be enclosed for an additional 200 sq. ft. of heated space. Brand new garage and approx. 400 sq. ft. garage apartment above with 1 bedroom and 1 full bathroom.
$570,000
Office: Peace Sotheby's Intl Realty PI

1209 Saville St.

Georgetown, SC MLS#: 1819299
5 Bed1½ Bath
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All Brick Veneer Home located on a corner lot in the beautiful neighborhood of Richmond Plantation. Features included hardwood flooring, formal dining room, living and family room, brick wood burning fireplace, pine paneling walls and ceilings, kitchen with solid wood cabinets with accent shelving and smooth top range. French doors separating the living room and family room, arch doorways, large laundry room with extra cabinet storage, back porch entrance with covered walkway from garage. Side and front porch with swing for outdoor enjoyment. HVAC unit new in 2017 and new roof in 2017.
$174,000
Office: The Lachicotte Company of SC

1201 Prince St.

Georgetown, SC MLS#: 1818276
4 Bed2 Bath0.12 Acres
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Let's take a tour.This early Victorian has been restored with integrity. Many of the original features are just as they were in 1899. As one enters the front door the wood floors immediately catch your eye!!! with the beautiful staircase and newel post on the left. The living /family room is on the right with the typical bay window, for this era, facing the front porch, and, also, popular during at this time, is the corner fireplace. French doors lead to the formal dinning room with a bay window, built-in seats, decorative window glass, and storage. Where do we go next? To the left is the similar room with another bay window, seats and storage. With built-in shelves and cabinets, this was used as the owner's office but could easily be the downstairs bedroom with full bath and a small closet. Headed back through the dining room and to the left is the updated kitchen with tile floors, granite counter tops, and all glass top cabinet doors. The small laundry room is just where it should be, at the back door leading to the detached garage with a huge workshop and separate storage shed. Now back to the foyer and we head upstairs. At the first landing we face 2 magnificent, small, decorative paned windows that are 117 years old. WOW! The second floor has 3 bedrooms and 1 full bath. All are bright and sunny with small closets. These bedrooms can also be accessed by a back staircase next to the kitchen. Now we go out the front door to the porch with finished pine floor. The yard is completely fenced and landscaped to be maintenance free. The back garden is a copy of one found in Savannah. From here the garage, shed and back door can be accessed. Historic Georgetown, hidden by busy HWY 17 between Charleston and Myrtle Beach, has just been discovered by travelers in the last few years. Georgetown was established as a colonial seaport in the early 1700s. The area has homes that were built as early as 1737 to new construction. New construction is restricted due to limited residential lots which keeps Georgetown village like. The history is the greatest natural resource and renews itself over and over. The small town has a feeling of earlier times and residents are able to walk or golf cart to restaurants, boutiques, museums, churches, and parks. There are 5 marinas which can accommodate boats of all sizes. Five rivers converge to form Winyah Bay offering fresh and saltwater fishing, skiing, sailing, and beauty unmatched. Come visit and stay.
$375,000
Office: Going Coastal Realty

910 Willowbank Rd.

Georgetown, SC MLS#: 1818313
4 Bed2½ Bath
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Great marsh view house located in much desired Willowbank. This 4 bed 2 and a half home includes 5 lots totaling over 1.5 acres a sunroom and large kitchen. With a little updating this house would be a great starter home or a home for a growing family.
$169,000
Office: RE/MAX Coast & Country

1710 Oak St.

Georgetown, SC MLS#: 1817540
4 Bed3 Bath
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HANDY MAN SPECIAL!!! Big House and Big yard, close to schools, shopping, recreational boating, fishing and all of the historic charm of Georgetown, SC. Terrific potential as a primary residence, fishing getaway, or rental portfolio addition. Pawleys Island beaches are a short drive away. Square footage is approximate and not guaranteed. The Buyer is responsible for verification.
$79,900
Office: CB Chicora Advantage PI

414 Olive St.

Georgetown, SC MLS#: 1817252
4 Bed2 Bath
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Welcome to 414 Olive Street in the Maryville area of Georgetown! Cute, comfy, and cozy cottage is what you'll find in this split bedroom floor plan with four bedrooms and two baths. The great room has a beautiful brick gas fireplace with custom built-in cabinets and easy flow into the dining room with more built-ins and cute kitchen. There is also a mud room located off the side entry beside the laundry room which could be used as an office area. The new master bedroom has double doors leading out to back patio, a large walk-in closet, and a bath that features tile floors and a double sink vanity. Outdoors you will find a large fenced back yard, detached storage building and covered boat/RV parking area. This location allows you to take advantage of the many nearby public boat launches making it easy to enjoy your choice of water sports and/or fishing. Scenic short boat ride to jetties, creeks and ocean, as well as the Inter Coastal Waterway (there is a slight view of Winyah Bay from the front yard) and five different rivers that feed into Georgetown. Close to historic downtown where you can enjoy strolling the Harbor Walk, browsing quaint shops, or dining in one of our wonderful restaurants featuring fresh local seafood. Short drive to Myrtle Beach amusements or Charleston historic sites. Live the Low Country Life Style!
$163,000
Office: RE/MAX Coast & Country

601 Donham Ave.

Georgetown, SC MLS#: 1817003
4 Bed2 Bath
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Lovely over sized corner lot on the boulevard in Maryville with detached garage and large workshop. Established yard with lots of curb appeal. Once inside the home, you will find a large kitchen with island and abundant cabinets. The large family room with fireplace is the perfect placer to spend nice evenings with family and friends. Screened porch is accessible from the family room for extended living space. The 4th bedroom could be easily be converted to a home office. Master bedroom and bath is separated from the other bedrooms for privacy. Large laundry room with plenty of storage is conveniently located. This home has offers a great deal of opportunity for a growing family...must see!!
$149,000
Office: The Georgetown Agency

514 Prince St.

Georgetown, SC MLS#: 1816970
5 Bed3½ Bath0.48 Acres
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A wonderful historical home with a unique story to tell. Located in the center of Georgetown, it sits on .49 acre. Large enough to build a garage, guest house, outdoor kitchen entertainment area, pool, or formal garden with a view from almost every room and it still has room for an RV and boat. The present home, built in 1914 replaces one of 4 structures in a row that burned down in 1910. The present owners have carefully restored and completely replaced electrical and plumbing. Two climate control systems replaced the old oil furnace that has the original grate located in the center of the large central foyer. Three fireplaces have been converted to gas logs in the living, and dining rooms as well as the master bedroom. Being close to 108 years old, most of the wood floors, windows, doors with the original hardware, pocket doors, and china cabinet in butler's pantry have survived. Perfect for the true historian as well as the large millennial family it has 3 stories and 5 bedrooms. Predating air conditioning, many homes had sleeping porches to help endure the hot and humid summer nights and the original one still exists. The Georgetown area itself offers diverse cultural, recreational, culinary, educational, and religious opportunities. It was established in the early 1700's and has homes dating back to the 1737, just as vital as ever. The neighborhood has the feel of earlier times and residents are able to walk to restaurants, boutiques, museums, churches, and parks. There a 5 marinas which can accommodate boats of all sizes. Five rivers converge to form Winyah Bay offering fresh and saltwater fishing skiing, sailing, and beauty unmatched.
$650,000
Office: Going Coastal Realty

Georgetown - General Area Info

In less than an hour from the heart of Myrtle Beach, you can experience the historic seaport of Georgetown, South Carolina. Affectionately known as ”Little Charleston,” Georgetown offers a beautiful waterfront, numerous historical attractions, and boutique shopping that rivals the shopping and historical mecca of Charleston, yet with a small town allure. Activities in and around the Georgetown area include golfing, sailing charters, eco-tours, deep-sea fishing and, of course, the gorgeous beaches the southeast coast is known for. Residents enjoy numerous local dining options, a low cost of living, and a slower paced lifestyle with a convenient commute to both Charleston, SC and the Grand Strand.

In addition to the Georgetown historic district and Harborwalk, the county encompasses Murrells Inlet, Litchfield, and Pawleys Island, all of which share in the lowcountry lifestyle with plenty of southern charm and local commerce. While Georgetown works hard to preserve its heritage and tourist attractions that include Brookgreen Gardens and over 50 antebellum mansions, Georgetown continues to evolve as a viable community for residential living with plans for future economic growth.

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Places of Interest

This small, friendly community is a unique place to settle, with its bustling Riverfront where specialty shops and historic places abound. Georgetown homes are quaint, laid back and southern by nature, but located mere miles from the excitement of tourist attractions such as beaches and amusement parks.


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Black Mingo Outfitters

Your outdoor clothing resource including brands like Patagonia, OluKai and Costa, this shop is made for the casual man. www.facebook.com

The Sly Fox

Classic and unique accessories abound in this boutique specializing in clothing for women including your favorite brand names and seasonal attire. slyfoxgeorgetown.com

The Harbor Shop

This family owned shop offers a wide variety of hats, bags, apparel, and accessories that can be custom monogrammed or embroidered on site. www.harborshopsc.com

Georgetown Art Gallery

A showcase of original art by 20 outstanding local artists, featuring the color, grace and mystery of the Low Country, located in the heart of historic seaport, Georgetown, SC www.georgetownartgallery-sc.com

Boardwalk Boutique

Located in beautiful, historic, downtown Georgetown, The Boardwalk Boutique is the place to shop for trendy fashion-forward looks at affordable prices! hammockcoastsc.com

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