Myrtle Beach SC Real Estate, Little River, North Myrtle Beach, and Grand Strand Real Estate
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Whether you’re coming here to start a business, raise a family or retire, the Grand Strand is ready to provide you with much more than 60 miles of picture perfect Carolina coastline. Natural beauty, mild climate and friendly neighbors, along with world-class attractions, golf courses and dining, make the Grand Strand a wonderful place to call home.
Easygoing Southern hospitality and a relaxed pace of living have been attracting residents to our coastline for years. From golf course villas to seaside houses to luxury condos, you’ll find options to fit every lifestyle and budget on this website. Just click on the “Roz’s listings” tab to see available properties in Little River, North Myrtle Beach and Myrtle Beach, S.C., as well as property listings in Brunswick County, N.C.
About Little River
Life in Little River, S.C., is slightly slower than other places along the Grand Strand. This quaint fishing community sits just below the North Carolina border along the Intracoastal Waterway and is home to people that enjoy the close proximity to the beach without the hustle and bustle of other downtown coastal areas. There is never a shortage of locally caught, fresh seafood in Little River. Its most popular event, the Blue Crab Festival, is even named after a favorite local delicacy and attracts vendors and entertainment from around the United States every May.
About North Myrtle Beach
Made famous as the birthplace of the shag, South Carolina’s state dance, North Myrtle Beach has been attracting thousands of loyal vacationers to its shores for many years. Each year, some of those visitors decide to stay for good. And it’s no surprise with its beach town atmosphere, wide coastline and beautiful fishing piers that people are deciding to stay. North Myrtle Beach has maintained a personable, laidback atmosphere even as shopping, dining and entertainment options have continued to blossom, making it a wonderful option for those seeking retreat from, as well as easy access to, the more urban landscape of downtown Myrtle Beach.
About Murrells Inlet
Known to South Carolinians as the Seafood Capital of the Palmetto state, Murrells Inlet is located on the southern end of 60 miles of Grand Strand shoreline. Smaller in size than Myrtle Beach or North Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet is a historic fishing village and home of the mile long Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk, a boardwalk that lines a natural, pristine saltwater estuary. From its quaint cottages to more luxurious waterside living, Murrells Inlet is the perfect home to those who enjoy picturesque natural surroundings, laid back charm and an abundance of fresh caught seafood.
About Myrtle Beach
With a population of about 29,000, Myrtle Beach is the most centrally located and largest community comprising the Grand Strand area. Bright lights and beautiful resorts line sections of Myrtle Beach oceanfront, and chic boutiques and award winning restaurants are never far away. For those seeking a more urban lifestyle, among the ebb and flow of locals and visitors alike, Myrtle Beach is the perfect location to call home. A golfer’s paradise, shopper’s delight and perfect place to stay active or raise a family, Myrtle Beach provides residents with the ideal location to live, work and play.
About Brunswick County
Pristine and uncrowded beaches may be the first and general attraction to the Brunswick area of North Carolina, but there is far more than coastline to discover. Several small towns dot the overall historic mainland area, while small communities like Holden Beach have earned distinguished recognition from magazines like National Geographic Traveler. Just across the South Carolina state line, homeowners in the Brunswick area have access to a variety of lifestyle options, all pleasing, due to the warm climate of the coastal Carolinas and close proximity to nature.
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