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Conway - Town vs. County Stats

Conway - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Conway: $215,600/Co. / County Avg $277,900

39%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Conway: 1,823/Co. / County Avg 1,691

54%

Avg Price per/ft2 in Conway: $118/Co. / County Avg $164

72%

Avg Walkscore in Conway: 19 / County Avg 25

39%

Avg Year Built in Conway: 2006/Co. / County Avg 2000

50%

Avg Days on Website in Conway: 157/Co. / County Avg 156

50%

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Conway property for sale and the surrounding areas have many historic attractions for homeowners and their guest.The museum of Horry County located at 5th avenue and Main in downtown Historic Conway.Many exhibits being displayed such as the Waccamaw River,The American Alligator and much more.

You will be pleased with the historical history coming from Conway.

The city's River Walk is one of many famous attractions. While the Waccamaw River connects the business downtown historic district to the famous River Walk with a beautiful scenic view. At the bridge of Main Street is where the trail will begin and will finish at the marina and riverfront park.There are many things to look at on the way.

The Conway Arboretum and riverside gazebo are just a few attractions that are located on this wonderful trail.

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You may also like the farm experience of Conway dating back 100 years.With the museum of Horry County creating this 1 horse farm for families dating back to the 1900's you will be able to experience life as it was then and they also offer participation for those of you who wish to see how they did things in the 1900's.

The Town of Conway Tourist Program has created a live oak trip for you to enjoy. The Ten tree excursion exhibits many of the most intriguing and historically important oaks within downtown Conway. Although the guide-book will certainly concentrate mainly on several specific areas the trail you’ll take displays even more lovely specimens.

Pick up a pamphlet for your visit in the Tourist Center at 903 and 3rd Ave. For additional information as well as to plan a guided tour phone - (843) 248-1700.