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MYRTLE BEACH - Town vs. County Stats

MYRTLE BEACH - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in MYRTLE BEACH: $280,300/Co. / County Avg $278,800


Avg Sq. Ft. in MYRTLE BEACH: 1,634/Co. / County Avg 1,688


Avg Price per/ft2 in MYRTLE BEACH: $172/Co. / County Avg $165


Avg Walkscore in MYRTLE BEACH: 26 / County Avg 24


Avg Year Built in MYRTLE BEACH: 2000/Co. / County Avg 2001


Avg Days on Website in MYRTLE BEACH: 141/Co. / County Avg 144


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16th Century - Waccamaw Indians were the first inhabitants in the area. During the 18th and 19th century, timber production and distribution down the Waccamaw River was the primary industry in the region. In 1886 the rail lines ran tracks through this area to move the lumber.

The area was sparsely populated, mostly by employees of the timber company and their families. On their free weekends, the employees would ride the trains, to gain access to the beaches. Myrtle Beach homes for Sale has homes from brand new to older homes, as well as fixer uppers for those that want an incredible deal and don’t mind a little work on the house. We have agents ready to take your call now-843-491-5024.

The area was growing and it needed a name, in early 1900's this little surf side locale held a sanctioned contest to give her a name. With so many wax myrtles around, the oblivious choice was Myrtle Beach.

Now it's around 1920, you see all this sand and land, what comes to mind? Of course, the first golf course in Myrtle Beach was named Pine Lakes International Golf Club (c.1930). Where Sports Illustrated Magazine was born as well as the historic Ocean Forest Hotel (c.1930), all of this and more in a high class resort that they named Arcady.

The 1930's were good for Myrtle Beach, the town was incorporated, the Chamber of Commerce was chartered and boats and ships were allowed to travel through the Intracoastal Waterway. Myrtle Beach homes for Sale are some of the best values around. Give us a call to see a home in your area. 843-491-5024

By the 1940's & 1950's industrialization was in full swing. The Air Force Base was being built and King's highway was black topped. Myrtle Beach was moving full steam into the future right up to this day, October 15, 1954. Hurricane Hazel struck Myrtle Beach with 140 mph winds at peak high tide. The area was devastated, wiping out homes, business and anything else that was not fastened down.

Though you would think with all this destruction Carolinians would be down and out but not the case here. If anything, it drove them harder and inspired them and gave them new perspective for the future of Myrtle Beach. The piers were rebuilt and re-opened Coastal Carolina Junior College (Coastal Carolina University) was built. The Holiday Inn chain became the first corporate motel in Myrtle Beach. Even The Saturday Evening Post ran articles to its national readers featuring Myrtle Beach.

In the 1960's and 1970's growth was explosive. The golfing packages became popular, by combining motel and tee times discounts into one. More Technical education facilities were built, to bring more than just visitors but people to live here year round. In this time frame, the airport began its inaugural commercial flights.

1980's were looking extremely prosperous, with singer Calvin Gilmore opening Carolina Opry and live singing was born right here. Also, Hollywood put out a movie about a fun filled trip to Myrtle Beach called "Shag, The Movie" which brought more notoriety to the area.

With another hurricane brewing in the Atlantic, once again Myrtle Beach was in the path of another hurricane, this one was named Hugo. Hurricane Hugo hit the South Carolina coast on September 22, 1989, yet again another category 4 hurricane, winds 135-140 mph with surge waters as high as 20+ feet. Hugo was not a direct hit to Myrtle Beach, but the storm was felt none the less. Damage was tremendous, loss of property, damages to homes and business was severe. And once again Myrtle Beach rebuilt better, stronger and more amazing.

The 1990's brought more industry as well as new ways to improve on growing the family beach locations. With the new industry would also bring new employees, and new families to live and grow in the area of Myrtle Beach.

So two objectives were in place; to increase tourism with all they could possibly desire and have a comfortable, convenient and economical place for those who live here year round. Check out the Myrtle Beach homes for Sale and then make an appointment to view your dream home. Agents on call to assist you in your search for your new home. Let us show you around the Myrtle Beach area day or evening and by appointment on weekends.

As you can see well into 2016 Myrtle Beach is ready to be your home or home away from home.

Neighborhoods in MYRTLE BEACH SC
Apache Campground
Arcadian Shores
Arrowhead Grand
Balmoral at Withers Preserve-Mar
Bella Vita
Belle Harbor - Market Common
Belle Mer
Boardwalk on the Waterway
Briarcliffe Acres
Bridge Creek
Bridgeport Phase One
Brighton Woods
Bristol Pines
Cameron Village
Carillon - Tuscany
Carolina Forest - Avalon
Carolina Forest - Bellegrove Oak
Carolina Forest - Bellegrove Wil
Carolina Forest - Berkshire Fore
Carolina Forest - Brighton Lakes
Carolina Forest - Covington Lake
Carolina Forest - The Farm
Carolina Forest-The Farm-Brookbe
Carolina Lakes
Carolina Waterway Plan
Carrara - Tuscany
Cimerron Plantation
Clear Pond at Myrtle Beach Natio
Cloisters at the Ocean
Cresswind - Market Common
Crystal Lake
Cypress Creek
Cypress River Plantation
Dogwood Lake
Emerald Lakes
Emmens Preserve - Market Commons
Floral Beach
Folly Estate
Forest At Briarcliff
Forest Dunes
Forestbrook Estates
Fountain Pointe Village
Fox Horn
Gleneagles Cottages
Grande Dunes - Cadiz
Grande Dunes - Calais
Grande Dunes - Capri Village
Grande Dunes - Cipriana Park
Grande Dunes - Living Dunes
Grande Dunes - Members Club
Grande Dunes - Palermo
Grande Dunes - Riviera Village
Grande Dunes - Seville
Grande Dunes - Siena Park
Grande Dunes - Villa Venezia
Grande Dunes-Members Club Enclav
Green Bay Park
Guest Cottage
Hammerstone Landing
Harbour Town
Harbour Village
Harmony @ St. James
Hidden Harbour
Hidden Woods
Highland Ridge
Highlands at Withers Preserve-Ma
Hunters Ridge
Indigo Bay
Island Green
Island Green - Oak Estates
Jackson Estates
Kenzgar Landing
Key West Villas
Kingston Village
Lakewood Heights
Lakewood Terrace
Laurel Woods
Lawsons Landing
Little Palm Key
Long Bay Estates
Long Bay Extension
Mallard Landing
Melody Gardens
Meridian - Market Commons
Myrtle Beach Golf & Yacht
Myrtle Beach Golf & Yacht Club -
Myrtle Heights
Northwood - Myrtle Beach
Not within a Subdivision
Oak Forest
Oak Park
Ocean Breezes
Ocean Lakes
Ocean Oaks Surfside
Ocean Pines
Ocean Terrace
Ocean Village
Ocean Walk
Oceanside Village
Osprey Cove
Palm Cove
Palmetto Glen
Park Place at Market Commons
Peninsula Palmetto Pointe
Pine Lakes
Pine Lakes Estates
Plantation Lakes
Plantation Point
Portobello I
Providence Park
Queens Harbour
Rosewood Estates
Sago Plantation at Legends
Sago Plantation- Phase 3
Sea Bridge
Seaside Village
Silver Fox Landing
South Shore Homes
Southwood - Surfside
Spring Lake
Sugar Mill
Surfside Beach Club
Surfside Beach Club - Clear Wate
Surfside Beach Club - Lake Fores
Sweetgrass Square - Market Commo
The Battery at Market Common
The Battery on the Waterway
The Bluffs On The Waterway
The Cottages on Farrow Parkway
The Dunes Club
The Estates at Withers Preserve-
The Farm @ Timberlake
The Gates
The Lakes
The Park
The Reserve at Walkers Woods
The Retreat @ Ocean Commons
The Sanctuary at Withers Preserv
Turning Pines
Turtle Cove
Waterford Plantation
Waterway Palms Plantation
Watsons Riverside
West Lake at Montrose - Market C
Wildwood Ranchettes
Windsor Plantation - Devonshire
Windsor Plantation - St. Davids