Myrtle Beach reigns as a vibrant tourism Mecca and the geographic center of South Carolina’s famous 60-mile stretch of Atlantic beachfront known as the Grand Strand.
Based on today’s popularity, it’s hard to understand that the coast remained isolated from inland population centers and river commerce from colonial era times until the early 1900s. Then, in 1901, when local timber company Burroughs and Collins built a railroad and opened the Seaside Inn, for the first time, people living inland had an easy way to come enjoy the coast. And, come they did! Since then, Myrtle Beach has grown exponentially with development extending today from the ocean to west of the ICW (Intracoastal Waterway). The area increasingly also is a favorite relocation destination offering multiple residential neighborhoods with a variety of price points. Why? Year-round residents get to revel on a daily basis in all the things that draw the tourists!
Come see for yourself: The Beach and oceanfront resorts; multiple lush golf courses; hundreds of local specialty and chain dining options; extravagant shopping venues from boutiques to outlets to big-box including Broadway at the Beach and The Market Common; world-class theater, concerts and variety live-show entertainment options; family entertainment sports venues including Myrtle Beach Pelicans-Chicago Cubs baseball affiliate; action recreation including jet ski, windsurfing, sailing; active night life clubs; family-oriented amusement parks and rides, and much, much!
In short, Myrtle Beach offers all the benefits a vacation destination can deliver as well as all the multiple lifestyle options those who choose to call it home desire!
Bill Clark Homes is happy to be in the mix of Myrtle Beach custom builders helping both retirees and young families build the perfect home for their needs.