Browse the newest Socastee homes for sale below. While Socastee technically shares a Myrtle Beach address, it is an unincorporated community outside of the city limits that spans 14 miles. The Socastee real estate market consists of residential lots, homes, townhomes, condos, and many waterfront ownership opportunities. For more information on Socastee, SC properties for sale or to organize a private tour, contact your Grand Strand real estate professionals today! Read more about Socastee real estate.
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There is a wide variety of Socastee real estate available. Home shoppers can find condos, historic homes, and even waterfront properties. In general, Socastee real estate is relatively affordable when compared to other parts of the Grand Strand. Socastee homes are also a good investment, alongside the scenic Intracoastal Waterway and only a short distance from all the area's major tourist attractions.
Socastee real estate has prices ranging from around $50,000 to $800,000.
There is no denying the rich history of Socastee, from the beautiful homes to the old-fashioned turn crank bridge dating back to 1936.
Home to numerous small businesses and a middle- to upper-class residential community, Socastee features access to the Intracoastal Waterway and the Waccamaw River, making waterway homes among the most sought-after in the community. In 2002 the Socastee Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places. This district is comprised of the Socastee Swing Bridge, a pecan grove, and three buildings dating back to the early 1800's.
In 2008, The Market Common opened at the site of the old air force base in Myrtle Beach adding a live/work village with numerous shopping, dining and recreational activities in close proximity to the epicenter of Socastee.
Socastee was home to a 1781 battle between American and British troops. Less than a century later, the town was established as a profitable center for turpentine and tar production. The main part of town also included a saw mill, grist mill and cotton gin. That original area is now preserved as the Socastee Historic District. The Socastee swing bridge opened in 1936, at 217 feet long and 24 feet wide. It was originally turned by a hand crank and was scheduled to be closed upon completion of a new bridge. However, the historic swing bridge remained open because traffic flow across the Intracoastal Waterway required it.
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