Corbin Estates is a small single-family community located near Highway 501 off Brown Swamp Road in Conway, SC. The neighborhood is relatively new. The home sites are about a .25 acre in size and fits 1,100 to 1,600 square foot homes. The neighborhood has a $20/month home owner's fee that covers the common area and neighborhood lighting.
With easy access to Highway 501 heading out of town, or an easy commute to the beach via Highway 22, Corbin Estates is a convenient spot to call home.
Most of the homes here offer two car garages, raised panel cabinets, upgraded doors, open floorplans, and more. You might find maple cabinets, stainless steel appliances, breakfast bar and breakfast nook in the kitchen. A large master bedroom with tray ceiling and walk-in closet is also a likely find. Corbin Estates is a quiet and friendly community in sought after Aynor school district. Close to Historic Conway, dining, shopping, medical, fitness, entertainment.
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. Contact our office today and check out the latest listings below.
IMMACULATE NON SMOKING HOME IN QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD. BUILDERS MODEL "Molly". 3 bedroom 2 bath home sits on .25 acres. backs onto woods with a wonderful fire pit for entert...
Listing courtesy of Realty ONE Group Dockside , Margaret Ann Lightfoot-Harrington.
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