Myrtle Beach Waterfront Real Estate
Welcome to your Myrtle Beach waterfront homes for sale & Myrtle Beach real estate resource. One of the first things you'll notice when looking for Myrtle Beach waterfront real estate is the variety being offered on the market. Waterfront communities near Myrtle Beach, like Pawleys Island and Surfside Beach, feature some of the area's oldest and most classically-styled houses, as well as a bevy of new homes. For more information about Myrtle Beach on-the-water properties for sale or to schedule a private showing, contact your Myrtle Beach real estate experts today. Read more about Myrtle Beach waterfront real estate.
Waterfront Homes For Sale in Myrtle Beach SC
|All Listings||Under $100,000||$100,000 - $200,000|
|$200,000 - $300,000||$300,000 - $400,000||$400,000 - $500,000|
|$500,000 - $600,000||$600,000 - $700,000||$700,000 - $800,000|
|$800,000 - $900,000||$900,000 - $1,000,000||Over $1,000,000|
5230 Piemonte Ln.
510 Quincey Hall Dr.
2120 Castille Way
593 Summerhill Dr.
8211 Pond Berry Lane
7404 Catena Ln.
227 Welcome Dr.
2452 Covington Dr.
1206 E Isle Of Palms Dr.
820 Oxbow Dr.
2498 Whetstone Ln.
131 Sugar Mill Loop
698 Pepperbush Ln.
569 Starlit Way
5233 Lomond Ln.
7004 Walden Ct.
646 Waterbridge Blvd.
460 Hunley Ln.
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Searching for the perfect waterfront home in Myrtle Beach? Contact CRG Companies, your local real estate team, at (843) 651-8460. We are Myrtle Beach area real estate agents and experts on the newest waterfront real estate listings in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Myrtle Beach Waterfront Market
With prices ranging from about $500,000 to the millions, Myrtle Beach waterfront homes have every feature you can dream up, and probably a few extras. Housing styles range from low-lying French Provincial to more squared Nantucket designs, and many homes come with wide landscaped lawns that are tailor-made for outdoor surfside parties. Myrtle Beach's south coast climate makes it possible to enjoy the ocean year round, with water temperatures only dipping as low as the mid-fifties in January.
Living in Myrtle Beach, you'll be able to enjoy the numerous wooden piers jutting out along the coast. Tourists come from all over the country for a chance to walk barefoot on the boards, and sit at the ends of the piers with a fishing rod and an ice cream cone – as the owner of a Myrtle Beach SC waterfront home, you'll likely become an expert in this pastime.
Myrtle Beach Waterfront Development
Spanning 60 miles of South Carolina's coast between Little River and Georgetown, the Grand Strand is home to some of the country's most beautiful waterfront real estate, and Myrtle Beach's silky white sands are its mid-point.
An undeveloped Myrtle Beach waterfront home site may be uncommon, as this region has been growing steadily near the ocean for more than 40 years, but some homeowners have found that buying and rebuilding is a great way to make full use of their property's potential. Consider the Pawleys area south of town, where land values are at a minimum of $175,000 – here, you may find property with great re-building potential, at a more affordable price than other spots in the region. Outfitting your Myrtle Beach waterfront home site with a beach house is another great way to increase its value. One thing's certain – property here is a solid investment no matter what you choose to build.
North Myrtle Beach Waterfront
North Myrtle Beach is located about 18 miles up the coast from its southern namesake. The town is a consolidation of four smaller beach communities: Windy Hill Beach, Ocean Drive Beach, Cherry Grove, and Crescent Beach. It spans nine pristine miles of the Grand Strand, and covers approximately 15 square miles. Like everywhere else in this area, North Myrtle Beach is defined by the ocean and a steady tourism economy. More than 3.5 million people visit this town of about 14,000 every year.
If you're looking for a permanent home in this area, North Myrtle Beach waterfront might be a better place to start looking than Myrtle Beach itself. North town offers a higher ratio of houses to condos and hotels than Myrtle Beach proper – you might find a greater variety and wider price selection here. Sitting just behind the sand dunes at the edge of the Atlantic, waterfront homes are often raised up like piers and weather-ready here, making your view of the water that much better.
Myrtle Beach Waterfront Real Estate Experts
Looking to buy or sell a waterfront home in Myrtle Beach? Let our local real estate professionals help you purchase your next on-the-water property or expertly navigate the sale of your current residence. As local Myrtle Beach real estate agents, we're experts on the inner workings of the Myrtle Beach waterfront real estate market. We'll get started on your search today!
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