The city boasts approximately 14 million visitors every year, attracting them with a large hospitality and entertainment industry. Along the 60 miles of beach, both residents and visitors have plenty to do. From music, night life, unique museums and shopping, it's no wonder National Geographic and Travel + Leisure magazine rated Myrtle Beach one of the top best U.S. boardwalks. Attractions and activities are always very close, no matter where you choose to live. The Carolina Opry provides residents with music, comedy, entertainment, and dance shows, while Broadway Amusement rides blast some adrenaline through your day. On the weekends or a day off, Myrtle Beach is a great place to hang out. If you golf, there are numerous golf courses there to test your talents. When the temperature is just right, there is plenty of beach to spend lazy afternoons on.

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Located along the Grand Strand in northeastern South Carolina, Myrtle Beach prides itself on being more than just a beach town. There are many choices when it comes to homes available to new Myrtle Beach residents. Single family homes, apartments, condominiums, town houses, and large estates are available throughout the area. Homes inland and closer to the airport are less expensive than the beach front properties.

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