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Myrtle Beach Condo Real Estate
Ocean Investments, We help you to find the best deals in real estate, vacation homes and
condos for sale in Myrtle Beach SC area.
The Myrtle Beach market has been explosive and is in the process of significant growth and
change. Today it is critical that purchasers identify with the proven development teams that will
deliver quality properties in an experienced and integrated manner. These are the properties
that The Hoffman Group offers. It is our pleasure to represent these fine developments.
Myrtle Beach is a city in the state of South Carolina. It is located in Horry County and is part of
the Grand Strand of beaches. The Grand Strand, also known as Long Bay, is an essentially
uninterrupted 60 mile stretch of beach from Calabash, North Carolina to Georgetown, South
Carolina. The primary city along this stretch of beachfront is Myrtle Beach.
Before the Europeans started arriving, Long Bay was inhabited by the Waccamaw Indians.
These Indians settled mainly around the Little River area just slightly northeast of what is now
Myrtle Beach. The river was used for travel and fishing.
Settlers first arrived in the Long Bay area in the 17th century. These new arrivals tried to extend
the plantation system towards the ocean. The soil in the area was too sandy and produced poor
crops so this was abandoned and the area returned to its uninhabited state.
Just around the time of the American Revolution, land grants were given to several families.
The most notable of these was the Withers family and their granted land was called the Withers
Swash. The Withers remained as one of the few settlers for the next 50 years until a strong
hurricane took the house of R.F Withers into the ocean drowning 18 members of the family
simultaneously. As a result, the Withers family abandoned their plot. The land was now
uninhabited again and returned to its natural forested state.
After the Civil War, this abandoned land was purchased by the Conway Lumber Company. The
company built the Conway & Seashore railroad to move cut timber inland. At the end of the
railroad, a “Withers” post office was established. This was the area of the old Swash settled by
the Withers years before.
This was called “New Town” and employees would take a rain flatcar to the beach on their
The Seaside Inn was built in 1900 for visitors to the railroad. A contest was held to rename New
Town. A resident, F.G. Burroughs suggested honoring a local shrub and the name “Myrtle
Beach” was born.
Myrtle Beach continued to grow for the next couple of decades. In 1938, the city incorporated
and in 1940, Myrtle Beach Municipal Airport was built and the King’s Highway was paved which
gave the city its first primary roadway.
Presently, Myrtle Beach is a huge tourist attraction bringing over 13 million visitors a year to the
pristine beaches. This tourism drives the local economy directly, but golf is another major
attraction in Myrtle Beach. A staggering 4.2 million rounds of golf are played annually here.
South Carolina's Grand Strand has become a year-round
vacation playground featuring 60 miles of uninterrupted beach.
The destination of choice for some 14 million adults and children
every year, the area consistently ranks as one of the top family
resorts in the nation.
But Myrtle Beach today is more than sun and sand and ocean.
Not only can you Jet Ski, windsurf, sail, and kayak, but you can
also explore the marshes and mysterious black water rivers in a
pontoon craft. With more than 100 championship golf courses
and dining at more than 1,650 restaurants, it is a resort
destination that rivals any in the world.
The true Southern flavor of Myrtle Beach can be seen in the
antebellum plantations, parks, and famous gardens. Shoppers
will revel in the thrifty outlets or unique specialty stores. Then at night, another life begins.
Choose from Broadway musicals, jousting tournaments, big-name concerts, musical tributes,
and live variety reviews offered at a dozen world-class theaters. After a full day of sun and fun
you can rest at one of the 60,000 hotels and condominiums, seaside cottages, and campsites.
Vacationers from all around appreciate the perfect blend
of seasonal temperatures. With ideal beach weather in
the summer, pleasant springs, warm autumns and only
42 frost days with no "hard winters," you'll know why for
three consecutive years the Wall Street Journal and
Money magazine have designated the Grand Strand as
one of the Top Places to Retire in the country.
Dunes Village Resort
The new OCEANFRONT Dunes Village Resort is located a in Myrtle
Beach's most central and desired section. The resort has 2 indoor
water parks comprised of some 25,000 sq.ft. 20' high ceilings and
an incredible array of water amenities including lazy river rides,
water slides, swimming pools, spas and children pools. These
facilities will be complemented with over 500' of coastline.
North Beach Towers
The Indigo and Jasmine North Beach Towers is the oceanfront
anchor of the North Beach Plantation planned community
located at the southernmost end of North Myrtle Beach. The
Towers offer Luxury Condominium Residences in 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5
bedrooms. Original pricing for 3-bedroom styles starting at
The Cottages at Seventh
The Hoffman Group, a leading real estate firm in the Myrtle
Beach area, is pleased to announce the sales launch of THE
COTTAGES AT SEVENTH. Four benefits make THE COTTAGES AT
SEVENTH one of the most desirable real estate purchases in
years: new construction, exceptional pricing, low interest
rates, and location east of Highway 17!
For more information please visit http://www.oceaninvestments.com