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Other Atlantic Coast

South Carolina

553Listings$15K-$1B$380.4MTotal Value
Other Atlantic Coast, South Carolina

Other Atlantic Coast real estate is the largest market for beach homes and land in South Carolina.

There are typically around 160 beach homes for sale on Other Atlantic Coast, and 60 lots and land listings available. Other Atlantic Coast homes for sale have an average list price of $520,000.

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About Other Atlantic Coast

 South Carolina is home to various beautiful beaches that offer visitors the opportunity to enjoy sun, sand, and surf in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. From the lively beach towns of Myrtle Beach and Hilton Head to the secluded natural beauty of Edisto Island, South Carolina's beaches have something to offer every type of traveler. 

 South Carolina's beaches offer a range of other water activities, including kayaking, paddleboarding, and fishing. Many of the state's beaches also have beachfront bars, restaurants, bike paths, and walking trails, making them ideal for families and groups of friends looking for various activities. 

 Myrtle Beach is the most well-known of South Carolina's beaches, with its lively boardwalk, amusement parks, and endless shopping and dining options. Known as the "Grand Strand," this 60-mile stretch of beach is a popular destination for families and groups of friends looking for a fun-filled beach vacation. 

 For those looking for a more upscale beach experience, Hilton Head Island offers luxurious resorts, high-end shopping, and world-class golf courses. The island's 12 miles of pristine beaches are perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports, while the nearby Sea Pines Forest Preserve provides hiking, biking, and wildlife viewing opportunities. 

 Edisto Island is a must-visit destination if you're looking for a quieter and more natural beach experience. This unspoiled barrier island boasts five miles of untouched beaches, where visitors can enjoy fishing, shelling, and birdwatching in a peaceful and serene setting. With 37 public access points, it has convenient access at all times.  

 South Carolina's beaches are also steeped in history, with sites like Fort Sumter National Monument off the coast of Charleston. You can take a ferry ride over to view the monument and historical park.  

 With so much to see and do, South Carolina's beaches are perfect for everyone! No matter what you enjoy, you will find it on the coast of South Carolina.