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Georgetown

A small southern coastal town filled with charm, history and personality, Historic Georgetown, South Carolina, is a beautiful quaint waterfront community located midway between Myrtle Beach and Charleston. Quiet, rural and quaint, Georgetown is the ideal place for a relaxing coastal lifestyle.
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Surfside Beach

Just to the south of Myrtle Beach in the area known as “the south strand” are several laid-back beach communities, notable for their family-friendly attractions. Quieter and less densely packed than its northern cousin, Surfside Beach offers a wide variety of homes.
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Conway

Located on the banks of the Waccamaw River about 15 miles west of Myrtle Beach, the charming town of Conway’s downtown district features post-Civil War era buildings, twisting live oaks that drape Spanish moss over the streets, and recreation areas on the banks of Lake Busbee.
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Garden City

Low property taxes, low cost of living, and a family-friendyly atmosphere are just a few of the many reasons to consider Garden City. Located to the South of Myrtle Beach, the town features stunning beaches and a quiet pace of life.
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Myrtle Beach

With all the tourists and vacationers annually flocking to Myrtle Beach, it’s easy to miss that it is a thriving small city all its own. With a convention center, a baseball stadium, and nearly 10 miles of public beach, Myrtle Beach neighborhoods are sure to hold the perfect home for your family.
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North Myrtle Beach

North Myrtle Beach, the county’s fourth largest city with a nine-mile stretch of the Atlantic Ocean. The city includes four beach towns, Cherry Grove, Ocean Drive, Crescent Beach, and Windy Hill and offers a quieter lifestyle than its more touristy sister to the south.
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Carolina Forest

This unincorporated community in Horry County offers a wide variety of neighborhoods, commercial opportunities, amenities and housing options. Located north of U.S. 501, this 25-square-mile area is home to more than 35,000 residents.
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Little River

Known for its fresh seafood, fishing charters, annual blue crab festival, and historic centuries-old live oak trees, Little River is one of the last communities on the Grand Strand where a slower pace of life still exists.
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