Castlewood, located in the Conway district just a few miles out from Carolina Forest on Hwy 501, is a must see on your home search.
It is close to the Coastal Carolina University and Conway Medical Center, and one side borders The Witch Golf Course. If you are looking for a community that has a country feel, without the usual frills and rules that other neighborhoods have, Castlewood is for you. No HOA fee attracts buyers to Castlewood. Even without an HOA, the homes are nice, the lots are a good size and landscaped. Most homes were built in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Homes are 3 and 4 bedrooms, and prices run from the mid $100s to around $200,000 for some of the fancier homes with pools or a view of a lake that sits in the heart of the development. Home styles include ranch with vinyl siding, and some that have stone or brick accents.
Buyers can expect to find homes with open living and kitchen areas, wooded preserve views, huge decks for entertaining and storage sheds, laminate flooring, vaulted ceilings, stainless steel appliances, and walk in showers.
Variety adds to the charm of Castlewood. Children living there will attend Palmetto Bays Elementary, Black Water Middle School, and the much sought-after Carolina Forest High School.
Conway offers restaurants, as well as a community theater downtown in the historic section. Established in 1734 and known as Kingston in the beginning, Conway, SC is one of the oldest cities in South Carolina. After the Revolutionary War the name was changed to Conway to honor General Robert Conway.
The town's pride in its history is easy to see in the numerous historic buildings, many featured in the National Register of Historic Places. At the same time, Conway is a growing community.
If you're looking for an inexpensive home with no HOA fee and no frills, Castlewood is worth your while to visit. Let us show you around this quiet and very nice community.