Waccamaw Trace
Starting Price
$499,900
2210 - 2790 SQFT
4 BEDS
3 - 4 BATHS
2 GARAGE
2 - 3 STORY
Starting Price
$499,900
4 BEDS
3 - 4 BATHS
2 GARAGE
2 - 3 STORY

About Waccamaw Trace

Welcome to Waccamaw Trace... a picturesque Lowcountry community where the ocean breeze whispers through beautiful South Carolina trees. Here, southern charm and history abound. This is a gorgeous, private Lowcountry neighborhood of 75 homesites with private clubhouse and pool located in North Litchfield Beach, but part of a well-known beach resort and commercial district that locals call the Pawleys Island-Litchfield area.

Originally part of the vast Litchfield Plantation, it is bordered to the north by Huntington Beach State Park (part of a pristine 11,600 acre Preserve). Litchfield Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Atlantic seaboard, surrounded by historic charm. Each of our raised beach homes offer upgrades, unique features and four bedrooms and four baths. Plus, they also offer beautiful landscaping and parking available under the home. A short walk within Waccamaw Trace reveals the community pool, a neighborhood lake and you’re only a short golf cart ride to the ocean and its beautiful beaches.

The Pawleys Island- Litchfield area has become one of the hottest real estate places around. We’re close to the Marsh Walk in Murrells Inlet which is a local favorite, there is always something to do. Great local music, art, dining and great locally owned shops bring this area to life. Waccamaw Trace should be the next place you call home.
 

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Waccamaw Trace is located within North Litchfield Beach, SC.

About The Area

About Waccamaw Trace

Litchfield Beach lies just to the north of Pawleys Island and south of Murrells Inlet. Lovely in its own right, it serves as a convenient midpoint between the quiet, historic city of Georgetown and the fun-filled, entertainment destination of Myrtle Beach. It is an unincorporated community governed by Georgetown County. The area was settled in the early 1700s and its name comes from Litchfield Plantation, a former rice plantation in the community. It is renown for its expansive, sugar white beaches and attractive neighborhoods which are secluded from the hustle-bustle of Myrtle Beach. 

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