Near the southern end of the Grand Strand is Murrells Inlet. This small fishing community has a history steeped in stories of pirates, sprawling plantations, and natural beauty. It’s no wonder that folks have been visiting, and relocating, to this community for nearly 150 years. Those who live & work in Murrells Inlet mostly do so in the local restaurants, bars & marinas as well as the many golf courses.
Inlet cuisine is a mix of Southern “down-home” cooking, French & Cajun influences, and original Lowcountry recipes. The first restaurants were opened by chefs who worked on steamboats, known for their excellent fare. Through the years, they’ve developed a culinary identity that can be easily recognized on just about any local menu. Fried flounder, hush puppies & ‘dirty rice’ are just a few of the dishes you’ll fall in love with when you visit. Try the shrimp and grits for a true Low Country experience!
Of course, we tend to fall in love with the beautiful & unique architecture of Murrells Inlet. Homes near the coast are often built on pilings to protect them from flooding. Plantation shutters are designed to weather heavy wind & rain, and are an iconic addition to these homes’ exteriors. Board-and-Batten siding, tumbled brick & other Old World touches can also be found on many Murrells Inlet homes. Additionally, there are traditional home styles around the many world class golf courses such as TPC’s Champions Village. Ask me about the opportunities around the golf courses. Homes are quite affordable and ready for you today.
Murrells Inlet also boasts some of the Grand Strand’s most beautiful natural preserves & parks. Huntington Beach State Park Website is just minutes away from the Inlet. Visitors to this preserve can explore Atalya, a castle built in the Moorish style in the 1930’s by Archer Milton Huntington. He, along with his wife Anna Hyatt Huntington, also created Brookgreen Gardens. Website This wildlife preserve & sculpture garden is a must-see for visitors & residents alike.
The Waccamaw River offers a different type of water enjoyment. Many of the homes are located on the river so you may have your boat on the water. There are marinas on the river, also. It is one of the most picturesque waterways in the region.
There’s much more to explore in Murrells Inlet, including award-winning golf courses, shopping & nightlife. Whether you’re thinking of visiting or relocating, I look forward to meeting you.
Contact me today, at 843-455-8488 to find out why so many are excited about relocating in this beautiful community.
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