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Murrells Inlet
 
Murrells Inlet is an excellent place to live if you’re looking for a quiet, idyllic environment. Many people purchase second homes so they may spend their winters away from the cold gloom of Virginia, Maryland, and the Northeastern United States. In addition to excellent weather, the area also boasts several award-winning restaurants and plenty of unique shops. Most residents are content to spend their days relaxing, playing golf, and watching the tide come in and out; if residents want a dose of excitement, they can always book a fishing tour or take the 10-minute drive up Highway 17 to Myrtle Beach.
 
 
Surfside Beach
 
Surfside Beach’s child-friendly atmosphere has earned it the nickname “The Family Beach” - if you have any children or grandchildren, don’t hesitate to bring them along! In keeping with the town’s family-friendly reputation, Surfside Beach instituted a public-places smoking ban in 2007, making it the first town in Horry County to do so. Over the past 50 years, Surfside Beach has cultivated a laid-back environment that is perfect for anyone looking to escape the stresses of daily life. This small community is very easy to navigate on foot, by bicycle, or in a golf cart.
 
 
Garden City Beach
 
Some parts of Garden City look like Myrtle Beach, while other parts look like a quaint, oceanside village. High-rise condos, upscale modern homes, simple rustic cottages - Garden City has it all. There are plenty of affordable homes in Garden City; the median home value was $118,000 in 2012, and the cost of living is well below the national average. Many retirees have found wonderful permanent homes and vacation homes in the area.
 
 
Litchfield Beach
 
The Litchfield Beach real estate market has really come into its own over the past few years. You can find wonderful homes along the scenic Waccamaw River or on one of the town’s pristine beaches. Luxurious condos, historic manors, traditional homes - Litchfield Beach has it all. There are plenty of quiet neighborhoods in the area, making it perfect for retirees and families looking for relaxing vacation homes.
 
 
Pawleys Island
 
Pawleys Island is known for its collection of simple, rustic homes. The island community also has plenty of eclectic properties that help give the community its “arrogantly shabby” mystique. If you’re more interested in a modern aesthetic, you’ll be glad to know there are plenty of upscale homes that are perfect for retirees. Whether you want a luxurious oceanside home or a historic riverside home, you’re bound to find the right property for as low as $100,000.
 
 
Myrtle Beach
 
Myrtle Beach is located in the center of the “Long Bay” of North and South Carolina. The area was sparsely populated for much of its history, and didn’t become a resort destination until the early 1900s. The Grand Strand - a 60-mile stretch of nearly unbroken beach - proved too beautiful for developers and tourists to resist. Roughly 30,000 people live in Myrtle Beach today, and about 14 million visitors come every year. Myrtle Beach and the surrounding areas are pulsing with excitement, with plenty of opportunities for shopping, dining, and entertainment.