Lots near Conway drastically reduced! Kelly’s Cove, Hwy. 905, minutes to Myrtle Beach

24 03 2009

 

Kelly's Cove near Conway, SC
Kelly’s Cove near Conway, SC

 5 minutes from Veteran’s Highway 22 on 905 & minutes to beach!

“Come and buy a YARD and start planting for the spring.” 

· 26 lots reduced by $20,000 each, Now 24

· Now priced in the $40s!

*Buy multiple lots for investment

· Buy a YARD for your Dream Home

· 4 Homes are ready to move in & priced from $190s

. NO POA—No hassles! 

Come by, take a look, meet the neighbors and make it the beginning of a “Wonderful Life”. Link to right at Conway/Kelly’s Cove and see what the neighbors are saying–”It is a Wonderful Life!” 

Conway Chamber of Commerce: http://www.conwayscchamber.com/

(For directions or more info call 1800ToRelax today or e-mail us at c21info@sc.rr.com and ask for the Tidewater Team)  

 

 

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Myrtle Lakes North Building Away-Building Today!

30 04 2008

For information on 100% Financing – Pricing from low $100’s!  Call 1-800ToRelax or click on link to visit  Myrtle Lakes North at Myrtle Beach Real Estate , today! Building is going by Parker Builders. 

Just minutes from Loris and North Myrtle Beach.  Great for the kids or grandkids!!

Land and home packages by Parker Developers are as low as $118,000.   Pick your lot & house plan today and move in this fall!

Community pool, conveniently located to shopping, medical care and schools!  Low POAs.  Call Ruth Haffield at 800-568-9253.

 

 





Myrtle Beach’s Market Common–Neo Traditional!

3 04 2008
Market Commons, Myrtle Beach SC

Market Commons, Myrtle Beach SC

600 Million brought into Myrtle Beach economy with Myrtle Beach Commons…….with it comes the businesses that brings the visitors and locals to us.  It’s like a whole new town within a city.   Read what the Sun News has to say about it.   http://thesunnews.typepad.com/themarketcommon/2008/04/the-market-co-1.html 

After visiting Seabrook recently, there was another “new” little town between Seabrook and Kiawah. It was named Freshfields Village http://www.freshfieldsvillage.com/.  I feel like these “Neo-Traditional” neighborhoods are like going by home or going back 40/50 years ago to ” 

These are all good reasons to Come & Relax in a state that’s doing great things…….South Carolina.  You might want to check out our personal blog,  Celebrate South Carolina  The article on the Angel Oak Tree was an article I wrote while visiting Seabrook.  Nina Nash








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