Centrally located between Conway and Aynor, and just minutes from Myrtle Beach, the new development offers country living with large half acre lots. The neighborhood has public water and sewer and paved streets with curbs. The neighborhood features three large lakes with areas around the lakes for walking your dog or going for a jog. The 70-lot rural community the located on the west edge of Conway between Rt. 501 and Rt. 378. Built Well Homes and Michael A. Green Builders, Inc. are building the homes. The HOA fees are only about $25 per month. Homes start in the $150s with several floor plans to choose from. The homes range in size from 1,500 to 2,000 heated square feet with standard two-car garages.
Dubbed the Little Golden Town, Aynor, has just over 600 residents and is located in the western part of Horry County. The Galivants Ferry Stump, which has been held biennially for more than 134 years, is one of the oldest and largest political stump speaking events in the nation. The annual Aynor Harvest Hoedown is featured every September!
Homes here feature custom cabinets, granite tops, work island, and stainless appliances in the kitchen. Relax in an amazing master suite that includes walk-in-closet, garden tub, 5-foot shower, and double sinks. Enjoy the privacy of your lot from your screened porch. The neighborhood is less than 2 miles from Hwy 22 with easy access to the north end of Myrtle Beach.
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