Georgetown, SC Real Estate

Georgetown is a quaint city of around 9,000 people, according to the 2000 U.S. census. At only about six and a half square miles, this small town is known as South Carolina's second largest seaport. It sits directly on Winyah Bay, where the Pee Dee River meets the Waccamaw and Sampit rivers.

Georgetown, SC Real Estate Stats

Total Listings: 214
Average Price: $677,376
Highest Listing Price: $13,475,000
Lowest Listing Price: $12,000

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Georgetown Community

This small, friendly community is a unique place to settle, with its bustling Riverfront where specialty shops and historic places abound. The median family income is just shy of $35,000, and the town features its own police department, and newspaper. Georgetown history plays a large role in defining the town's identity, and many charming characteristics still remain today.

Georgetown Homes

There are certainly many stunning homes in historic Georgetown. Whether it's a waterfront property you seek, or a nationally recognized historic home surrounded by sprawling Live Oaks, Georgetown real estate can provide several options. Georgetown homes are quaint, laid back and southern by nature, but located mere miles from the excitement of tourist attractions such as beaches and amusement parks.

The Georgetown housing market has not grown at nearly the same pace as the Myrtle Beach real estate market. However, plenty of opportunities still exist to purchase Georgetown condos, homes, and waterfront properties.

Georgetown History

Looking around Georgetown at the extraordinary buildings and tall, strong Live Oak trees lining the streets, it's easy to tell that this city has a rich history. Some historians say Georgetown became the first U.S. settlement when Europeans arrived in 1526. The colony was short-lived in large part because of fever epidemic and slave revolts. However, it was reestablished in 1729 as an area that produced indigo and rice, cash crops that were overshadowed by lumber production following the U.S. Civil War.

Georgetown also served as a seaport for supply shipments to bolster the American troops during the Revolutionary War. Over the years, several notable dignitaries have visited the historic city, including several U.S. presidents. Today, the city's Historic District, site of the original 1729 street grid, is home to more than 50 structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Georgetown Property Types

Georgetown Condos

You won't see very many high-rise Georgetown condos. In keeping with the historic and laid back southern nature of the city, Georgetown condos are more apt to be two-story townhome style, or unique upper-level condos in specialty shopping areas with a riverfront view. Several Georgetown condos feature Spanish and German architectural influences. While historic Georgetown is a relaxing and invigorating place to live, don't forget to view our listings for Litchfield Beach condos, Pawleys Island condos, Myrtle Beach condos, Surfside Beach condos, and Garden City condos.

Georgetown Foreclosures and Short Sales

You can find terrific deals on property in this beautiful city by visiting our Georgetown Foreclosures and Short Sales page. The page is updated daily with the latest information from the Multiple Listing Service.

Georgetown Waterfront Properties

Georgetown sits along Winyah Bay, where the Pee Dee River meets the Waccamaw and Sampit rivers. There are plenty of luxurious Georgetown waterfront properties available for purchase as new homes, existing homes and even Georgetown foreclosures. Once you've viewed available Georgetown waterfront homes, you may want to check out some of the gorgeous properties elsewhere along the Grand Strand. Some of these include Pawleys Island, Murrells Inlet, Litchfield Beach, Garden City Beach, Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Socastee, Conway, Carolina Forest, and Little River. We have done all the work for you to make finding these waterfront properties much easier. You can find oceanfront homes, riverfront property, inlet property, marsh front homes, creek front property, and canal homes.

Georgetown Neighborhoods

Many Georgetown neighborhoods feature distinct, Southern-style historic homes on sprawling lots lined with Live Oak trees. The city itself has managed to stay true to its rich history while adding a variety of modern specialty shops and unique restaurants along the bustling riverfront, which is home to several Georgetown condos. Other Georgetown neighborhoods feature luxury homes located along the waterfront. Known as the third oldest city in South Carolina, Georgetown features a laid back, friendly small town pace just minutes from major tourist attractions.

Georgetown Amenities & Recreation

Many residents in the area can be seen cycling through the area, jogging, kayaking, or just enjoying a beautiful afternoon at one of the many waterfront restaurants in Georgetown. Georgetown offers a lifestyle that most people will appreciate, whether you enjoy nature, boating, golf, outdoor exercise, fishing, or just relaxing with family you will find it here in Georgetown.

I'd love to help you explore the real estate possibilities in Georgetown. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call (843) 651-8460, or email via our handy contact form.

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