Georgetown Homes for Sale
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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Georgetown Homes for Sale, $700,000 - $800,000
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|$800,000 - $900,000||$900,000 - $1,000,000||Over $1,000,000|
321 East Bay Street
3655 North Santee River Rd
2292 Wallace Pate Dr.
51 Cotillion Court
734 Wallace Pate
160 Dune Oaks Drive
76 Prospect Point Loop
45 Dene Court
115 Blue Heron Drive
30 Leeward Court
443 Dune Oaks Drive
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.
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.
Black Mingo Outfitters
The Sly Fox
Doodlebugs Children’s Finery
The Harbor Shop
Front Street Deli
The River Room
SC Maritime Museum
Ghosts of Georgetown
5 River Taverns
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