Harmons Crossing, by Beverly Homes, is a custom-built home community located near the town of Conway SC. Home prices in Harmons Crossing range from the mid $100s to the low $300s. The size of the homes range greatly, from 1,700 square feet to 3,000 square feet and more. Harmons Crossing lots are around a half acre each.
This community offers natural gas and the HOA fees are around $130 per month.
Harmons Crossing is a short drive to historic Conway where you can enjoy the Riverwalk, great restaurants and shopping in the town's quaint shops. Conway is one of the oldest cities in the state and its Riverwalk is a must see. The 1.5-mile boardwalk trail along the Waccamaw River winds through the heart of Conway. From the river's early commerce of tobacco and turpentine shipments, to the fisherman, duck hunters and water enthusiasts of today, you can't visit Conway without acknowledging the river.
If you are looking for a greater range of activities, you can head to Myrtle Beach which a 30-minute drive away. Myrtle Beach boasts world class shopping, restaurants, golf, water sports and all the nightlife that living at the coast has to offer.
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Brand New "Crabtree" Floor Plan located in Conway's Newest Community Harmons Crossing. This Best Selling Floor Plan offers tremendous value with all of the comforts and F...
Listing courtesy of The Beverly Group , Archie Sanders.
This beautiful 3 bedroom / 2 bath home is now under construction and ready to move into soon. Sitting on a half acre lot, the side load 2 car garage has pull down stairs...
Listing courtesy of DAP of MB LLC , Denise Parker.
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