Georgetown, SC Real Estate

Find all homes and condos for sale in Georgetown, South Carolina. Georgetown is a beautiful quaint coastal community surrounded by oak-lined avenues. It sits along Winyah Bay, where the Pee Dee River meets the Waccamaw and Sampit rivers located halfway between Myrtle Beach and Charleston. Georgetown is the third oldest city in South Carolina. You will find oceanfront real estate, riverfront property, vibrant inlet condos, acres of marsh front land, creekfront property, and canal homes for sale. At only about six and a half square miles with around 9,000 residents, this small town is known as South Carolina's second largest seaport.

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Listing information last updated on February 25, 2024 at 9:15 PM EST.

Georgetown Highlights

    • Oceanfront homes and condos
    • Riverfront and marsh front homes and condos
    • Inlet, ocean, river, marsh, and canal views
    • Golf course communities
    • Gated neighborhoods
    • Historic downtown
    • Harborwalk Dining and Shopping
    • Museums and art galleries
    • An hour drive from both Charleston and Myrtle Beach, SC

Georgetown Homes and Condos

Old southern custom meets modern brilliance in this small city. Georgetown is a waterfront town decorated in low country plantation homes, luxury antebellum mansions, classic southern estates, and modern beach architecture. Real estate prices range from $100,000 to $10 million for historic property. Georgetown has a big personality which initially attracts visitors. The authentic coastal charm and uniquely modern southern style persuades visitors to become residents. A walk through the historic downtown will prove this unique combination. The tranquil beaches, waterways, and marshes, fascinating marine wildlife, world-class golfing, historic sites, fine dining, shops and activities make Georgetown such a treasure.

Georgetown Nature

The beautiful coast line of Georgetown is forever protected from development. More than 18,000 acres of Hobcaw Barony was generously donated by the Baruch family to provide protection around North Inlet and Winyah Bay for education and research purposes. In addition, 20,000 acres including North Island, South Island, and a portion of Cat Island are home to wildlife refuges.

Georgetown Lifestyle

In less than an hour from the heart of Myrtle Beach, you can experience the historic seaport of Georgetown, South Carolina. Affectionately known as ”Little Charleston,” Georgetown offers a beautiful waterfront, numerous historical attractions, and boutique shopping that rivals the shopping and historical mecca of Charleston, yet with a small town allure. The people of Georgetown spend their days golfing, fishing, crabbing, swimming, surfing, and boating. Local life revolves around the salt marsh, rivers, and ocean. Residents enjoy numerous local dining options, a low cost of living, and a slower paced lifestyle with a convenient commute to both Charleston, SC and the Grand Strand. While Georgetown works hard to preserve its heritage and tourist attractions that include Brookgreen Gardens and over 50 antebellum mansions, Georgetown continues to evolve as a viable community for residential living with plans for future economic growth.

Georgetown History

Looking around Georgetown at the extraordinary buildings and tall, strong Live Oak trees lining the streets, it's easy to tell that this city has a rich history. Some historians say Georgetown became the first U.S. settlement when Europeans arrived in 1526. The colony was short-lived in large part because of fever epidemic and slave revolts. However, it was reestablished in 1729 as an area that produced indigo and rice, cash crops that were overshadowed by lumber production following the U.S. Civil War.

Georgetown also served as a seaport for supply shipments to bolster the American troops during the Revolutionary War. Over the years, several notable dignitaries have visited the historic city, including several U.S. presidents. Today, the city's Historic District, site of the original 1729 street grid, is home to more than 50 structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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