Carolina Forest Myrtle Beach SC

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Real Estate Agent with 843, REALTOR - Carolina Forest

843, Realtor a Carolina Forest Real Estate Company

Original content by John Winzenried

Carolina Forest Myrtle Beach SC

The Carolina Forest section of Myrtle Beach South Carolina is a planned community between hwy 501 and Rt 31 east of the Intracoastal Waterway. Most of the 29579 zip code covers the Carolina Forest section.  Prospective buyers enjoy having only a 10 to 15 minute ride to the beach, 4+ grocery stores within a 5 minute drive and 15 minutes to Myrtle Beach International Airport. The close proximity to Rt 31 makes traveling to North Myrtle Beach a 15 minute ride. The future 4 mile expansion of International Drive could save Conway commuters 20 minutes when completed.  Another highpoint of Carolina Forest SC are the new homes. The homes in the Carolina Forest area are about 10 years or newer. With new Construction projects still ongoing many buyers can find what ever style home they desire. The recently built new Ocean Bay Elementary and Ocean Bay Middle School, Academy for Arts, Science & Technology help top of the area. Some Carolina Forest Real Estate Developments in the area are: The Farms at Carolina Forest, , The Bluffs On The Waterway, Carolina Waterway Plantation, Covington Lake East, Berkshire Forest, Brighton Lakes, Avalon, Southgate, Walkers Woods, Plantation Lakes, Waterford Plantation, and Waterbride. All of the Carolina Forest Real Estate in these Communities can be viewed at www.843Realtor.com or Call Toll Free 888-935-8862.

Comments (2)

Jason Rose
123 ConEd LLC -- Michigan real estate continuing education - Farmington Hills, MI
www.123ConEd.com

Welcome to ActiveRain, Julie, and congratulations on your first post! This is a great website that's full of interesting and insightful information.  Have fun and enjoy!

Nov 01, 2009 10:57 PM
Jean Terry
Keller Williams Realty Spartanburg, S.C. - Spartanburg, SC

Hi and welcome to Active Rain, a great site to network, share, learn, and have fun. Good luck.

Nov 02, 2009 12:39 PM