Conway Real Estate

    Conway is a city in Horry County, South Carolina and as a part of the Myrtle Beach metro area, Conway real estate is a highly desirable location. The population is 16,317 and this city is the county seat of Horry County. There are many structures that are on the National Register of Historic Places as this is a city with a rich history. Established in 1732, Conway was originally called Kingston. It is one of the oldest cities in South Carolina and has earned the distinction of A City of Character and Tree City USA. Conway homes for sale include the retirement subdivision of Myrtle Trace.

    Conway real estate includes single-family homes, condominiums, apartments and more. Myrtle Greens Condominiums, Moss Green and Legacy Apartments are just a few of the housing options available. There are many older homes as well as new construction. This is a highly desirable area for families and those who prefer to live in a community that provides a small town atmosphere near all the amenities needed.

    Conway is easily accessible. The Coast Regional Transit Authority services many part of the county and the primary station and offices are in Conway. The Carolina Southern Railroad, a short line railroad provides transportation to parts of North and South Carolina. Conway is located on the Chadbourn, NC-Myrtle Beach, SC branch. The old railroad depot is a historic building on the branch and serves as an office building today.

    Prominent companies located in Conway include Honeywell, Vulcan Materials Company and New South Companies, Inc. Residents have a number of job opportunities as well as recreation and entertainment options. As a part of the Myrtle Beach metro area, the city is located near all the entertainment of the Grand Strand. From shopping to dinner theaters, nightlife, concern arenas, souvenir shops, regional shopping malls and outlet malls.

    Residents of Conway real estate are served by the Horry County School District and there are several private schools in the area. Institutions of higher learning include Coastal Carolina University, Horry-Georgetown Technical College, a branch of Webster University and North American Institute of Aviation.

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