Jordan Estates, in Conway, SC, is a relatively new community offering homes from the $140s. The neighborhood is small -- just 29 lots but it's surrounded by a beautiful pastoral setting. Prospective home-buyers will find 3 and 4-bedroom floor plans with a selection of standard features plus complete yard landscaping. Built by Flagship Homes, Jordan Estates is just minutes from Hwy 501 for a quick ride to Downtown Conway or the Conway Waterfront for shopping, dining, or boating. You can also head south for a 15-minute drive to Myrtle Beach for a day at the ocean. Homes come in 6 floor plans, all single level living. New construction allows for total customization of the home and 100% financing is available. Children living in the neighborhood attend Pee Dee Elementary School, Whittemore Park Middle School and Conway High School.
Conway is one of the oldest cities in the state. Many of the area's first residents fought in the American Revolutionary War.
Originally named the village of Kingston, the name was later changed to Conwayborough, for General Robert Conway, a general in the SC State Militia. The South Carolina General Assembly shortened the town's name to Conway in 1883.' In 1887 the railroad came to Conway and in 1898 the town incorporated and elected its first mayor.
Much of present-day downtown was built in the early 1900s following a fire. The old live oak trees and the beautiful Waccamaw River provide the perfect setting for South Carolina's Historic River Town. It's particularly appealing to home-buyers because of its affordable real estate and prime location. It's 12 miles from Myrtle Beach. In Conway there are great local restaurants, bakeries, art galleries and boutiques near Main Street. The area also offers lovely boat tours of the downtown river walk areas.
If you're looking for a town that's away from the hustle and bustle of Myrtle Beach, but close enough to visit anytime, Conway is a great place to live.