The Grand Strand is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States! It encompasses 60 miles of sandy beaches stretching up and down the coast from Myrtle Beach, starting at Little River, in the north, and running to Georgetown, in the south. Over one hundred years ago, families began making their way to South Carolina's beautiful beaches. Today twelve unique communities make up the Grand Strand. We invite you to explore them all and find the one that's best for you and your family!
This unincorporated town features many well-planned developments. From the man-made water features to the five-lane highways, the community of Carolina Forest required thought and planning on behalf of Horry County and landowner International Paper... [read more]
Conway is a historic community on the Waccamaw River. Known for its charming small town atmosphere, it has become popular in recent years for people looking to be close to the Grand Strand but away from the hustle and bustle... [read more]
Garden City Beach is a very popular stop for tourists. If you enjoy a strong sense of community, and have a love for the beach, then Garden City Beach is the place to be! Garden City Beach is the perfect location for vacationers, residents or vacation property investors... [read more]
Georgetown may be small, but it is South Carolina's second largest seaport. The community has a long history on Winyah Bay and there are many historic homes and buildings. It's also home to the upmarket DeBordieu Colony development... [read more]
Litchfield Beach is located next to Pawleys Island, about 25 miles south of Myrtle Beach. This is a prime spot for golf enthusiasts, with numerous world-renowned courses and golf communities available... [read more]
On the border with North Carolina, Little River is the northernmost section of the Grand Strand. It's a thriving fishing community and a popular spot with boaters due to its location on the Intracoastal Waterway the direct access to the ocean via the Little River Inlet... [read more]
Located just north of Huntington Beach State Park and Brookgreen Gardens, this quaint, historic fishing village borders a tidal creek flowing into the Atlantic Ocean... [read more]
Now is the perfect time to invest in Myrtle Beach real estate either for full-time living, or part-time vacation rentals! Life in Myrtle Beach homes feels like a perpetual vacation, a break from the hustle and bustle in a laid back, friendly community!... [read more]
North Myrtle Beach is one of the Grand Strand's main tourist communities. It is famous for Cherry Grove beach with its old fashioned fishing pier. If you're looking for a beach town that's a little quieter than Myrtle Beach itself, then this is the place... [read more]
Pawleys Island real estate offers a variety of condos, townhomes, single family homes, ocean view properties, waterfront properties and golf course communities... [read more]
Socastee is a small, historic community, just inland of Myrtle Beach, affordable homes make this a popular option for young families. Socastee is located on the Intracoastal Waterway and you'll find waterfront properties with private docks here... [read more]
Surfside Beach, SC is another prominent family-geared tourist destination. Located just four miles south of Myrtle Beach, it has taken on many of the same characteristics as Myrtle Beach itself, while providing several unique neighborhoods that are perfect for settling down... [read more]
We'd love to show you several communities in the Myrtle Beach area! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call (843) 651-8460, or email us using our convenient contact form!
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