RE/MAX Southern Shores Sells Homes in Wachesaw Plantation near Murrells Inlet, SC
Wachesaw Plantation is a delightful community on what used to be 18th century rice plantations. Wachesaw Plantation is a little piece of paradise, nestled under centuries-old live oak trees shrouded with Spanish moss and surrounded by azalea bushes and magnolia trees. A short walk brings you to the bluff overlooking the Waccamaw River where you can watch the sun set.
The Wachesaw Plantation Golf Club, available to members and their guests, was chosen as the South Carolina Golf Association's "2009 Course of the Year" and named to Golf Week magazine's "Top 100 Best Residential Golf Courses in America." Natural undulation, impeccable greens and historical markers along the fairways capture the essence of lowcountry golf at its finest.
Nearby is the popular Wacca Wache Marina, a popular stopover point for weary Intercoastal Waterway travelers as well as a place for local boaters, fishermen and hunters to launch their craft. Wacca Wache Marina is a fresh water marina, conveniently located at ICW Marker #57 on the Waccamaw River in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, and less the one mile from the gates of Wachesaw Plantation. The Waccamaw River is one of the most scenic stretches of the Intracoastal Waterway.
Tall cypress and oak trees draped in Spanish moss and grass covered picnic areas have made the marina property a popular recreation area. In addition to full service docks, wet slips, PWC slips and dry dock storage, boaters can enjoy the comfort and convenience of the Wacca Wache Marina store and Hannah Banana’s Sunshine Cabana.
Brookgreen Gardens, a national historic landmark and the largest outdoor sculpture garden in the United States, is just minutes from Wachesaw Plantation. With more than 9,000 acres dedicated to preserving low country history and wildlife, Brookgreen Gardens has a zoo accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association in addition to the Center for American Sculpture.
Adjacent to Brookgreen Gardens and minutes from Wachesaw Plantation, Huntington Beach Park offers the best preserved beach on the Grand Strand - three miles of uncrowded, secluded and natural beach landscape. The Park’s freshwater lagoon, saltmarsh, maritime forest and beach are outstanding examples of South Carolina’s natural coastal environment. These protected wetlands also provide some of the best habitat for birds that along the East Coast.
Huntington Beach is also the site of the historic “Atalaya” castle. The former winter home and studio of noted American sculptor, Anna Hyatt Huntington, and her husband, Archer Milton Huntington, Atalaya is also listed as a National Historic Landmark.
Why work with a RE/MAX Southern Shores' Real Estate agent?
RE/MAX Southern Shores sells more real estate on the Grand Strand than any other agency. Because our expert agents know the Wachesaw Plantation market, they can help you to find the perfect low country home where natural light floods into bright and airy floor plans. These are custom homes with first floor living, split bedroom plans, ample storage and shelving as well as estate-sized saltboxes and two stories. There are properties in Wachesaw Plantation that are perfect for a primary residence or for long or short term rental/investment property.
RE/MAX Southern Shores can help you to find a buildable lot, a newly constructed home or a resale. Wachesaw Plantation is filled with towering pines where homes are adjacent to a lake, a golf course, a pond, or a serene wooded setting. Traditional low country designs, true southern plantation style homes with columns and wide porches, as well as contemporary homes are found throughout Wachesaw Plantation. Call RE/MAX Southern Shores at 843-249-5555 today to talk with an agent about Wachesaw Plantation properties!
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