Located in Horry County, Conway is an interesting contrast to nearby Myrtle Beach. This city of around 26,000 residents offers a more low-key and laid-back lifestyle than its more popular neighbor yet is no less fascinating.
The historic setting, small-town vibe, and affordable cost of living make it a promising real estate market. Those thinking of buying a home here will find this community overview helpful.
NORTH MYRTLE BEACH REAL ESTATE
1,596 square feet
3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms
Why live in Conway?
Living in Conway means getting the best of both worlds: a peaceful city with a suburban vibe that’s also a short drive away from bustling Myrtle Beach. Here are just some reasons why you should consider moving here:
Deep historic roots — If you want to live in a place that has a strong sense of place and history, Conway should be right up your alley. It is one of the oldest settlements in South Carolina, as evidenced by its historic downtown, which boasts many colonial-era structures. There’s also a wealth of buildings dating back to the 1800s, including the Conway City Hall, a former courthouse built in the Greek Revival style.
Easy access to Myrtle Beach — There’s no denying that Myrtle Beach is South Carolina’s premier vacation destination. But if you find it too expensive (or rowdy) to live in, take heart: Myrtle Beach is just a 15-mile drive away from Conway. That means you can enjoy all the perks of this popular vacation spot — including its famed beach — without spending a fortune on your home.
High-quality education — Conway is home to not one but two major institutions for higher learning: Coastal Carolina University and the Horry-Georgetown Technical College. Ambitious professionals can also attend Webster University, which offers a respected MBA program. A university city like Conway has a stable population and a robust local economy, which helps elevate home values.
Popular attractions in Conway
A city as interesting as Conway has no shortage of fun attractions to visit. Below is just a sample of the great experiences you can enjoy here:
Historic downtown district — No visit to Conway is complete without visiting its downtown district. Here you’ll find countless historic buildings, such as the Theatre of the Republic. Foodies can also indulge their taste buds at popular restaurants like Rivertown Bistro and Coppers Restaurant. And if you want a scenic stroll, head down to the Conway Riverwalk, a wooden pathway that traces the Waccamaw River.
Witch Golf Club — This 500-acre Dan Maples-designed fairway has bewitched many avid golfers, who praise its picturesque coastal scenery and challenging layout. The golfing range is surrounded by a black water forest, which gives it a sense of seclusion and exclusivity missing in other public ranges along the Grand Strand.
Myrtle Beach attractions — Venture further out into Myrtle Beach and a world of fun attractions and experiences open up before you. Among the top destinations in this popular vacation hotspot are Ripley’s Aquarium and Broadway at the Beach. There are also hidden gems, like the Chapin Art Museum, La Belle Amie Vineyards, and Strand Cinema.
Call Conway home today
High quality of life with no compromises — that’s what you can expect from Conway. If you’d like to move here, get in touch with our team by calling 828.217.5812 or by sending an email to marissabcooper(at)yahoo(dotted)com.
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