Murrells Inlet Myrtle Beach Waterfront Homes

Search Murrells Inlet waterfront homes for sale & real estate in Myrtle Beach, SCFor home buyers seeking a home close to Myrtle Beach, yet still far enough away to avoid the hubbub, the old fishing village of Murrells Inlet provides a low-key alternative. For information about Murrells Inlet waterfront homes for sale or to schedule a private lot showing, contact your Myrtle Beach real estate experts today.

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Want to purchase waterfront homes in Murrells Inlet? Call Preston Guyton at CRG Companies (843) 283-1493. Your neighborhood Murrells Inlet real estate agents and agents are here to help with the Myrtle Beach market.

Murrells Inlet Real Estate Market

Waterfront homes for sale in Murrells Inlet are in popular demand, but there is usually a varied selection on the market. Waterfront homes on South Waccamaw Drive -- those close to Main Creek -- tend to be on the higher end of the price spectrum. With their magnificent views of the Atlantic, these homes can list for more than $1 million and occasionally more than $2 million. Further north on Waccamaw Drive, home prices usually drop below the seven-figure mark. Still, not all homes on the southern end of the community are above the one-million mark. A six-bedroom home on the beach with about 2,300 square feet of living space would be valued at a little more than $700,000. On the northern end of Murrells Inlet, a waterfront condo with three bedrooms and about 1,000 square feet could list for under $300,000. 

Murrells Inlet is far enough removed from Myrtle Beach to be neighbors with Huntington Beach State Park. The 2,500-acre coastal reserve hosts a variety of bird species each season, and it is popular with birders and other nature lovers.

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