The Myrtle Beach-Grand Strand is one of the East Coast’s premier visitor destinations, drawing millions of tourists, vacationers and property buyers annually to its active Atlantic beaches, seafood eateries, shopping areas, family-friendly resorts and acres of well-manicured golf courses and tennis courts.
An explosion of development in the late nineties inspired a boom in residential developments, Myrtle Beach SC homes, condos, restaurants and shopping centers, with a new fun-filled boardwalk and promenade that showcased in 2010. The luxury home market in Myrtle Beach has seen a burst of residential growth over the last decade, with new luxury homes, neighborhood developments, Myrtle Beach condominiums and townhouses continuing to pop up all over areas of Grand Strand.
Hotels, resorts and Myrtle Beach condominiums are highlighted in a mini-skyline along downtown, where you’ll find a stretch of sandy beaches running long and deep with an assortment of family-friendly crowds. Myrtle Beach State Park offers more than three hundred acres of piny forest between the main highway and the beach. You can hike, explore, horseback, swim, sunbathe, kayak or just cast your line into the ocean and spend time relaxing and in quiet contemplation.
Golf courses are plentiful -- more than hundred to choose from. Southern-friedMyrtle Beach Land country bent entertainment draws crowds to the Carolina Opry. On a warm day, sample Ripley’s Aquarium -- home to ten-foot sharks, enjoy the variety of themed miniature golf courses or visit the waterfront amusement park, Family Kingdom, which showcases the state’s biggest and grandest Ferris Wheel and spectacular ocean views. The area is also famous for its vast selection of live entertainment theaters that feature shows, music, dancing, comedy and dining, such as Legends in Concert, Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede, Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, The Palace and Alabama Theatre.
There are specialty shops that line the pathways of the slew of shopping centers at Barefoot Landing and Broadway at the Beach. Bargain hunt at brand name outlets or visit Market Commons, where you’ll find shops, restaurants, movie theaters and residential homes above upscale storefronts, such as Anthropologie and Pottery Barn. Visitors and residents will find 1,700 restaurants in the Grand Strand area, offering an assortment of seafood and ethnic foods to choose from, as well as almost every sports-celebrity and main chain restaurant, whether it’s the House of Blues, NASCAR Sports Grill or Greg Norman’s Australian Grill.
Home to a slew of resorts, such as Barefoot Resort and Grande Dunes, Myrtle Beach can offer a variety of real estate options located in opulent communities. Grande Dunes has had a massive development explosion and is an area that encompasses a selection of neighborhood real estate opportunities located both on the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. There are several luxury Myrtle Beach SC homes and community options in Carolina Forest, such the Battery, the
Critics have also cited The Market Commons as one of the most attractive combinations of residential and commercial real estate opportunities there are along South Carolina’s coastal region. If you are in search of Oceanfront, marsh view, Intracoastal Waterway Myrtle Beach properties, homes,