Georgetown Residential Market Heat Up


Four large residential developments on the Waccamaw Neck are now underway.

They are Bridges of Litchfield, just south of HealthPoint on Highway 17 and Oyster Pearl, a new community on Highway 17 across from Ford Road, both in the Litchfield area of Pawleys Island; Woodlawn Plantation, off Wachesaw Road in Murrells Inlet; and a raw land tract set for development on Pond Road in Murrells Inlet.

Chip Abernethy, a Realtor with Cooper Abernethy Group, which is affiliated with The Lachicotte Company, said these developments along the Waccamaw Neck in Georgetown County are a good sign for the housing market.

“The fact that developers are willing to buy raw land and put in infrastructure to build homes and condominiums is a wonderful sign,” Abernethy said.


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