North Myrtle Beach Real Estate

The Grand Strand has seen explosive popularity in recent decades, and North Myrtle Beach real estate is no exception. North Myrtle Beach condos and townhomes sell fast, often before construction is even completed.

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North Myrtle Beach Homes

New construction and resale properties are abundant in North Myrtle Beach, whether oceanfront, riverfront, ocean view or adjacent to golf courses. A popular area for retirees and tourists alike, North Myrtle Beach has a lot to offer in terms of recreation, relaxation and socialization.

North Myrtle Beach homes are quite diverse in their offerings. There are luxurious million-dollar homes and oceanfront condo high-rises. North Myrtle Beach properties front the Atlantic Ocean, creeks and rivers, and even golf courses. Gated communities, townhomes and condominiums are so popular in North Myrtle Beach that property is selling before construction is even complete. North Myrtle Beach real estate offers a quieter lifestyle in a close-knit community, yet only a stone's throw from all the exciting attractions of Myrtle Beach.

North Myrtle Beach History

North Myrtle Beach was founded in 1968, the result of the joining of five smaller areas at the northern end of the Grand Strand: Crescent Beach, Atlantic Beach, Ocean Drive Beach, Windy Hill Beach and Cherry Grove Beach.

Tourism is prevalent in North Myrtle Beach year round, however, as visitors are attracted by the gorgeous beaches, small-town friendly vibe, restaurants and shopping, fishing, and live entertainment. As for permanent residents, North Myrtle Beach is home to more than 14,000 people.

North Myrtle Beach Property Types

North Myrtle Beach Condos

North Myrtle Beach condos are a terrific investment, as the area's tourism business thrives year round and many prefer condo rentals over hotel rooms. North Myrtle Beach condos offer an affordable option for enjoying the beach life in an area that falls just below the national average cost of living rate.

North Myrtle Beach Foreclosures and Short Sales

Foreclosures and short sales can be a steal of a deal when you have an experienced realtor to guide you through the buying process. It can be tough to know where to look for these deals, but you can start right here. Find terrific bargains on property in this beautiful city by visiting our North Myrtle Beach Foreclosures and Short Sales page. The page is updated daily with the latest information from the Multiple Listing Service.

North Myrtle Beach Waterfront Properties

North Myrtle Beach waterfront real estate features many types of properties alongside the Atlantic Ocean or the town's rivers and creeks. Whether you seek condos, townhomes or single family homes, you'll find it in North Myrtle Beach...[read more & view listings for North Myrtle Beach Waterfront Properties]

North Myrtle Beach Golf Course Communities

Tidewater Golf Club and Plantation is one of the finest North Myrtle Beach golf course communities. This exclusive neighborhood sits high atop a peninsula overlooking the ocean, nestled between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Cherry Grove section of town. Barefoot Resort and Golf is another standout among North Myrtle Beach's golf course communities. This is a fine neighborhood to find North Myrtle Beach golf homes, condos and villas, situated amongst four different golf courses designed by legends like Pete Dye and Greg Norman.

Golf enthusiasts will enjoy more than 100 golf courses along the Grand Strand, but the courses in North Myrtle Beach are among the most prestigious of all.

North Myrtle Beach Neighborhoods

North Myrtle Beach neighborhoods are close-knit, family-friendly and extremely popular in the local real estate market. Comprised of five different historic communities, each section of North Myrtle Beach has its own unique vibe.

Cherry Grove is popular among fishing enthusiasts, especially Cherry Grove Pier. Main Street in North Myrtle Beach is a hub of dining and boutique shopping. The Ocean Drive section, considered the birthplace of the popular Shag dance in the 1940's, sits in the heart of North Myrtle Beach and is home to the town's post office and the Horry County Library. Barefoot Resort, Sunset Harbour, Tidewater Plantation, Seaside Plantation, Harbour Watch and Tilghman Estates are among the many fine North Myrtle Beach neighborhoods.

North Myrtle Beach Amenities & Recreation

Within North Myrtle Beach, there are plenty of community amenities like the Cherry Grove Pier, popular for fishing. Main Street in North Myrtle Beach features unique boutiques and a variety of restaurants, some of which specialize in fresh seafood dishes.

The Shag, a dance thought to originate in the Ocean Drive Beach area during the 1940's, is considered to be the official state dance for South Carolina. The Shag, a cross between Jitterbug and Swing dancing, is so popular in North Myrtle Beach that the area hosts two-week long Shag dance events each April and September. These events attract as many as 35,000 visitors each time.

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