Myrtle Beach, SC Real Estate & Homes for Sale

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Open Houses in Myrtle Beach, SC

$205,000 USD
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Myrtle Beach City Guide

The construction of the United States interstate highway system in the 1960s brought grand new opportunities to a little slice of seashore real estate in northeast South Carolina known as Myrtle Beach – the town was now an easy one-day drive from the major cities of the Northeast. Soon Myrtle Beach was “the Golf Capital of the World” with nearly 100 courses, as locals invented the golf package – room, board, and greens fees for one low price. Families soon followed golfers to the Grand Strand, a 60-mile stretch of pristine Atlantic Ocean sand. A popular retirement and snowbird destination, many of Myrtle Beach’s more than 10 million annual visitors also scout out local real estate prices.
  • Golfers
  • Second Homes
  • Retirees
  • Casual Living

Architecture and landmarks

If there is a building taller that the city’s Southern Wax Myrtle shrubs (after which it was named), it’s likely a hotel. Nearly all are modern constructions. A few low-rise motels pre-date the ravages of Hurricane Hazel in 1954 and stand as historic landmarks, such as the Rainbow Court and the Ocean Forest Country Club. The historic Myrtle Beach Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Station, a low-slung brick Colonial Revival building, is typical of the seacoast city’s commercial architecture. The Gay Dolphin Gift Cove has billed itself as “the nation’s largest gift shop” for over 70 years.

Residential design ranges from humble beach cottages to rambling antebellum-styled houses fronted by stately white columns. The Brookgreen Gardens is a former rice plantation turned into a celebrated sculpture garden by Anna Hyatt Huntington. The sculptor’s home in the park, Atalaya, is a landmark of Moorish Revival style.

Architecture and landmarks

Real Estate Market

Real Estate Market

Single family homes account for the bulk of the Myrtle Beach real estate market with 29,930 properties. There are 3,274 attached townhouses and 134 rowhouses in the housing market. The flexibility of retirement living has produced 950 other residential options. There are 352 multi-family properties with many offering the possibility of being attractive investments as vacation beach rentals. 201 apartment buildings and 385 condos also join the mix.

Local real estate trends continue to tilt towards the tourist trade with 1,923 commercial properties and another 734 classified as mixed-use. Light industrial properties number 473. There are still dream home opportunities locked in 8,455 lots of vacant real estate in Myrtle Beach, waiting for that perfect second home or retirement cottage.

Real Estate Market

Public services


The Waccamaw Regional Transportation Authority operates buses to the neighboring city of Conway, 70 miles south down Coastal Highway 17 to Georgetown, and to North Myrtle Beach. The Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority runs a weekday commuter line inland to Lake City.


Horry County Schools, the 3rd largest district in the state, educates all Myrtle Beach public school students. Myrtle Beach High School, with a 17:1 student to teacher ratio, is the destination for city dwellers. Coastal Carolina University in Conway is a state-funded four-year university.


Primary care in Myrtle Beach is handled by the Grand Strand Regional Medical Center. The hospital is also a designated trauma center for northeast South Carolina.


Crime rates in Myrtle Beach are greatly inflated by the 10+ million visitors who flock to the resort each year. Residents can expect to experience far less police contact than FBI crime statistics’ might indicate – a 1 in 7 chance for property crime and 1 in 64 chance of encountering violent crime.

Things to do

Things to do

Myrtle Beach did not get a boardwalk until 2010, but already the raised wooden deck has been recognized as the nation’s second-best seaside stroll by Travel and Leisure. If the Atlantic Ocean waves are not exciting enough, Myrtle Waves is one of the most comprehensive water parks on the East Coast. There are plenty of other amusement parks for thrill-seekers and the Myrtle Beach Skywheel takes riders 200 feet into the air over the Atlantic Ocean in glass gondolas.

Things to do

Myrtle Beach welcomes snowbirds and fun-in-the-sun lovers with nearly 2,000 restaurants and plenty of shopping malls and outlet centers. Legends in Concert is a live tribute production that channels the extravagant shows of Las Vegas and the Carolina Opry caters to country music fans. When it’s time to hit the nightclubs visitors best know the steps of the Carolina shag, a partner dance that calls the Grand Strand home.

Things to do

More Myrtle Beach real estate is devoted to golf courses than in any place in America and most are open to the public. According to industry figures, there are more rounds of golf – and miniature golf – played here than anywhere else in the world.