Myrtle Beach is one of the top destinations in America for families and friends looking to have fun in the sun on the Eastern Seaboard! With almost 15 million visitors annually, tourism is the big booming industry here, which can yield great benefits to local residents. Oceanfront condos in Myrtle Beach are some of the most luxurious properties in the world.
Mainly located along Ocean Boulevard, Kings Highway is just a couple blocks inland that will connect you to the rest of South Carolina. U.S. 17 then intersects with 501 or Veterans Highway to get you to the airport, the Tanger Outlet Center, and everywhere in between. Of course, a drive along Ocean Boulevard itself is a pleasant and scenic ride along the coastline to get you to your destination!
The majority of oceanfront condos in Myrtle Beach come with household amenities included, such as the stove, dishwasher, fridge, and microwave. Ranging from two to six bedrooms, finding a location to accommodate everyone with you isn’t a problem. Even though it’s a well populated area there is still lots of space to stretch out and relax.
The Myrtle Beach schools are part of the Horry County School District, which has a great focus on higher learning. The high school grades are encouraged to be a part of the personalized programs, which play to the student’s strengths and interests academically.
Various private schools also offer a widespread curriculum, such as Cathedral Hall, Chabad Academy, Christian Academy, and Life Christian Academy. Post-secondary schools, like the popular Golf Academy of America, offer specific training for future careers.
Over four hundred hotels are in the area, along with boating and fishing companies. The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, newly constructed in 2010, offers great shopping and dining, and was even recognized by National Geographic Society as the third best boardwalk in the country.
Don’t forget your golf clubs! With hundreds of course to choose from, you’ll spend a lifetime on the greens perfecting your game. The Litchfield Beach and Golf Resort, located on the Waccamaw Golf Trail on the southern end of Myrtle Beach, is one of the top rated courses. Get a sense of history and culture when you tee off at Brunswick Plantation Golf Resort. Or, find out what everyone is talking about by seeing Barefoot Resort and Golf for yourself!
- Not within a Subdivision 83
- Debordieu Colony 24
- Plantation Lakes 18
- Carolina Forest - Covington Lake 10
- Oystercatcher Island 8
- The Reserve 7
- Carolina Crossing 7
- Waterbridge 6
- Willbrook Plantation 6
- Myrtle Trace 6
- The Lakes 6
- Midtown Village 6
- Waterfall 5
- Hidden Lakes Village 5
- Southwood - Surfside 5
- Carolina Waterway Plan 5
- North Litchfield Beach 5
- Hillsborough 5
- Colonial Charters - Colonial Lak 5
- Tilghman Estates 4