September 2015

Found 3 blog entries for September 2015.

Oceanbay Townhomes Myrtle Beach South Carolina

Oceanbay Townhomes

Located in Carolina Forest’s Town Center, we’re at the heart of the fastest-growing and most desirable residential community in Myrtle Beach. Just five minutes from the coast and with easy access to Highway 31 and Grissom Parkway, we offer convenience to all the Grand Strand has to offer. At Ocean Bays Townhomes, we’re offering you a different perspective, a new way to see the Myrtle Beach you’ve gotten used to. Our reverse living floor plans let you enjoy a unique view of your surroundings.

Ocean bay Townhomes Myrtle Beach SC

Ocean Bay’s 3 bedroom floor plans are designed to accommodate a lifetime of changes. Our meticulously crafted, modern homes grow with you. But one thing that won’t change is the quality. There are lots of

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One of the many great things about the Pawleys Island area is the availability of
homes with a water view. The home below has a view of the Heritage Plantation
Marina and the Intracoastal Waterway.

This is the view from the Crows Nest at the top of the Marina Clubhouse at Heritage Plantation, Pawleys Island

 

Home with a view of the Waterway

The home below has a view of the Heritage Plantation Marina and the Intracoastal Waterway. The photos below shows the view from one of the sitting rooms and one of the bath areas of this magnificent home.

       
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This time of the year with the weather being pretty much perfect, I begin thinking of things to do outdoors. One my favorite things to do is cruise the many rivers in our area in South Carolina. One of the tours I really enjoyed was over to Sandy Island. Sandy Island is a 9000 acre island and is a small community in Georgetown County, South Carolina, and a larger island between the Pee Dee and Waccamaw Rivers that has been preserved as a refuge and nature center. The small community is mostly made up by descendants of former slaves. The only way to get to the island is by boat. There is a "School Boat" children use to commute to the mainland every day during the school year. Workers commute to jobs using their personal boats. There is one general store

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