Conway is a small community of about 16,000 people that was founded originally in 1732 as the village of Kingston. It is located on the Waccamaw River and just 14 miles west of Myrtle Beach. Conway has been designated as the Tree City USA for many years and is known for its beautiful moss shrouded oaks as well as other trees common to the area like maples, magnolias, dogwoods, and crepe myrtles. In Conway, you will experience a slower and simpler side of the South. Stroll along the Riverwalk or visit the many historic sites. Conway is home to the Horry County Museum as well as the Horry County Courthouse. You may want to spend the day visiting one of Conwayʼs unique boutiques or delicious restaurants or you may decide that you want to make Conway your home in South Carolina. Either way, it will really be worth the trip!
Country living at its best! Well maintained 2 BR/2BA home on an acre lot and has been completely remodeled. Upgrades include: exterior completely redone with new vinyl a...
Listing courtesy of Sansbury Butler Properties , Shonda Cooper.
Deed restricted to 1500 heated plus 2-car garage. No mobile homes, no modular homes, no businesses allowed.
Listing courtesy of Century 21 McAlpine Associates , Kevin McDowell.
Popular Hickory 70 plan, relaxing front porch, rear screen porch and patio. Open floor plan, dining room with tray ceiling, living room has vaulted ceiling, ceiling fan, ...
Listing courtesy of CB Chicora Advantage New Home , Marcia McGahan2.
Custom built home on 4/10 acre of land with great patio, gutters, downspouts, and vinyl privacy fence enclosing entire backyard. This home has solid maple cabinets, brus...
Listing courtesy of Barnhill Realty , Chris Barnhill.
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