Surfside Beach Homes for Sale
Browse all Surfside Beach, SC homes for sale. Located just four miles south of Myrtle Beach, it has taken on many of the same characteristics. Over the past several decades, Surfside Beach real estate development has surged. Surfside Beach has an average of 300 Surfside Beach homes for sale with prices ranging from $100,000 to over $1 million for an oceanfront Surfside Beach home.
Surfside Beach real estate is brimming with of townhomes, condos and single-family dwellings alongside or near the water. Many older oceanfront and ocean view homes have been torn down and rebuilt in a more modern fashion. Surfside Beach homes are a terrific investment for seaside living, a family vacation home, or vacation rental investments.
In addition to being a very profitable investment, Surfside Beach homes can provide a memorable summertime escape for your own family year after year.
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Homes For Sale in Surfside Beach
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1012 S Myrtle Dr
711 S Dogwood Dr
637 15th Ave S
715 Cedar Drive North
210b S Pinewood Dr
118a N Yaupon Dr.
1014 B S Ocean Blvd
1015 N Dogwood
1016 N Ocean Blvd
417 14th Avenue North
Surfside Beach - General Area Info
Surfside Beach, SC encompasses only two miles of beautiful beaches, but just like neighboring community Garden City Beach, this seaside town is a thriving spot for locals and tourists alike with dining, entertainment, golf courses, and access to all Myrtle Beach has to offer. It’s also just short drive to the Murrells Inlet waterfront, Brookgreen Gardens, and Pawleys Island. Conveniently located just minutes from the Myrtle Beach International airport, Surfside Beach doubles as home to a residential community as well as a hotspot for tourists looking to have a more laid-back vacation.
The community is rich in history that dates back the 1800s when it was known as The Ark Plantation, a sweet potato plantation owned by John Tillman, which remained until the mid-20th century. The town officially became Surfside Beach in 1964 and is known as the “Family Beach” for its small town feel and family-friendly atmosphere.
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Explore Surfside Beach's numerous family activities with high energy entertainment, scenic tours, and fun beaches!
Hudson's Surfside Flea Market
Eternal Wave Surf Shop
Pink Pineapple Bakery & Cafe
SC Wellness and Fitness Center, LLC
The Body Barre
Prestwick Country Club
Prestwick Country Club
Dagwood's Deli & Sports Bar
Brewski's Sports Bar
Harbor Light Ball Yard
Whispering Pines Golf Course
Laura & Co. SALON
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