LIVE IN A BEACHFRONT PARADISE
Myrtle Beach is the Mid-Atlantic region’s most popular beach and one of the top tourist destinations in America. The reason? Myrtle Beach’s 60 miles of clean, wide, gleaming sandy beaches and countless entertainment and dining options for the whole family. Myrtle Beach is the winter golf capital of the world, and the mild climate means you can enjoy such outdoor activities all year round.
For those culinary minded folks, the stunning variety of seafood that comes from the local waters is only matched by the creativity of local chefs who turn it into all manner of globally inspired cuisines. The affordable housing market here in Myrtle Beach means you can find a dream beach house or condo to fit any budget. Don’t wait; contact us today so we can begin to search for your little slice of paradise.
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LIVE BY THE BEACH IN MYRTLE BEACH
Over 14 million people visit Myrtle Beach each year for a reason. Whether the reason is nightlife, restaurants, golfing, swimming, surfing, fishing, shopping or just relaxing on the beach in the sun, you get the idea. Diversity is the key to Myrtle Beach’s appeal to so many tourists and residents alike. Now is the perfect time to join them here By the Beach.
MYRTLE BEACH CITY INFO:
- Land Area: 16.8 miles
- Elevation: 33 feet
- Parks: 5 (Chapman Memorial Park, Myrtle Beach State Park, Midway Park, Grand Park and Valor Memorial Park)
- Golf Courses: 120
- Transportation: Myrtle Beach International Airport
MYRTLE BEACH WEATHER AND CLIMATE:
- Average daily temperature: 64° Fahrenheit
- Average water temperature: 66° Fahrenheit
- Average rainfall: 55 inches
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT MYRTLE BEACH:
- Second most popular beach in America
- Dec. 2009 cost of living index in Myrtle Beach: 90.9 (less than average of 100)
- Nicknames: Golf Capital of the World, Sportstown USA, The Grand Strand
- Twice as many police as the national average and a declining crime rate
- 7 universities and colleges in a 70 mile radius
- The 312 acre Myrtle Beach State Park was the first park open to the public back in 1936.
- Myrtle Beach was named after the Sweet Myrtle tree that is prominent locally
- An estimated 1700 restaurants call Myrtle Beach home
- The “shag” style of dance was invented on Ocean Drive in the 1940’s
- 8 fishing piers along the Grand Strand
- More than 200 tennis courts in the Myrtle Beach area
- Among the top 5 golf values in the US in an edition of Money magazine and the top golf destination in the country
- Just completed a 1.2 mile long seaside boardwalk in the downtown area along Ocean Drive at a cost of over $6 million
- There are over 13,500 individual pieces of real estate in Myrtle Beach
- There are over 650 acres of public parks and recreation areas
- There are 61 mini-golf courses and 3 million rounds of golf each year