Living in the Low Country

“You can even forsake the lowcountry, renounce it for other climates, but you can never completely escape the sensuous, semitropical pull of her marshes…”
— Pat Conroy

Technically the Grand Strand runs from Little River all the way down to Georgetown, however once you hit Murrells Inlet on the north end of Georgetown County, you will start to notice a slight difference in the atmosphere. That’s because you have entered the very beginning of the area known as the South Carolina Low Country. Things start to move a little slower and the landscape turns towards salt marshes and live oaks dripping with moss. From Murrells Inlet, the seafood capital of S.C. through Pawleys Island, America’s oldest seaside resort and down to the historic seaport of Georgetown, you’ll find an area that is alive with history and teeming with enticing places to shop, dine and live!

Besides the great shopping and dining, the Low Country is a haven for artists and artisans and offers an abundance of outdoor activities including fishing, boating, camping, watersports, golf, tennis and much more.

Visit the links below to learn more about any of these gracious Low Country areas and don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have:

Murrells Inlet
Pawleys Island

To learn about more areas in and around Myrtle Beach, visit the The Grand Strand.