In addition to being one of the most scenic areas in the country, Pawleys Island is also home to numerous award-winning restaurants, world-class golf courses, a wealth of outdoor activities, and a non-commercial, small-town atmosphere. So it’s no wonder that more and more people are thinking about relocating to the “arrogantly shabby,” community.
There’s a lot to consider if you’re looking to make the move, like which neighborhood best suits your needs and what kind of space you’re in the market for.
Like any other resort town, Pawleys Island is made up of several distinctive areas and communities, including Pawleys proper, Litchfield Beach, Murrells Inlet, the gated Prince George community, the exclusive Debordieu Colony, Allston Plantation, Hagley Estates, and various golf course subdivisions at Pawleys Plantation, River Club, True Blue, Heritage Plantation and others.
Residential options include everything from oceanfront homes with varying amounts of bedrooms and bathrooms to undeveloped lots on the mainland. For those looking for something smaller and more manageable, Pawleys Island has plenty of condominiums to choose from, with sizes ranging from 600 to 3,000 square feet.
Like they always say about real estate, location is definitely a high priority on the list of things to consider when searching for a new place to live. And once you’ve decided on Pawleys Island as your next destination, you’ll have an abundant amount of sites and settings to think about. And that’s part of the fun!