The annual Blue Crab Festival is one of the largest festivals in the southeast. With more than 50,000 attendees each year, the festival has proven its popularity. This year the event falls on May 20th and 21st and is located on the waterfront of Little River. With over 300 vendors, you’ll be sure to find something to remember the Blue Crab Festival by! [Read more…]
Looking for a home that has all the southern charm? This spectacular home is located in the private Dunes Club and has recently been remodeled from the top to the bottom. Sitting on close to half an acre and at 3,900 square feet, this home has much to offer.
When you walk in you can expect to find 5 bedrooms, 5 full baths, and 1 half bath.
The recent remodeling has made the house fresh and up to date, with a redesigned staircase and a brand new wine display area with a wrought iron gate. [Read more…]
Answer: Absolutely not , buyers like to be able to move about the home and speak freely . They want to tell their agent what they like and DO NOT like . Having a seller present makes it awkward and can keep them from being able to be open and honest with their opinions and makes them not want to stay in the home as long as they would like. [Read more…]
There will be more than the aroma of salt air floating through the air around the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk this coming weekend. This is no April Fool’s joke – on April 1, 2017 Myrtle Beach is hosting its first ever Food Truck Festival. The event will take place from 11 am to 7 pm at the Burroughs and Chapin Pavilion Place, between 8th and 9th Avenue North along the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk
This event is free to the public and there will be over twenty food trucks parked and cooking up everything from pizza, seafood, barbecue and southern cuisine to kettle corn, Italian ice and baked goods. [Read more…]
Answer: If you have your property listed for sale you should first have your home practically “staged” meaning you got rid of any clutter. It should look clean, neat and crisp. Almost like a model home. If you need to touch up paint or clean out the garage or get rid of some of the furnishings to make the space look bigger, we recommend you do so. Adding hanging baskets or beautiful plants at the front door is a nice touch as well. [Read more…]
This striking two-story brick home is located at 1440 Brookgreen Drive in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in the esteemed Plantation Point neighborhood. It sits on almost half acre. Plantation Point is a neighborhood in a prime location – only minutes all the schools and right down the road from the beach. Not only is the location great but also Plantation Point has no HOA fees.
This is a four-bedroom home, with potential to turn the 5th bedroom, located on the first floor, into a study, in-law suite, game room or study. There are four full baths and one partial bath. There are vaulted ceilings and the large foyer has a grand staircase that winds up to the second floor. There is a mix of hardwood flooring and brand new carpet. [Read more…]
The New Year brings about the need to declutter and reorganize. Everything in the kitchen is always behind closed doors, so why not mix things up this year? The ever popular “open floor concept” has now moved from “layout lingo” to “storage talk”. Here are a few tips to implementing the
open storage concept in your kitchen.
Remove the doors
The simplest way to achieve the open shelves look is to simply remove the doors on your existing cabinets. You loved your dishware when you bought it, so why not put those beautiful pieces on display? The stacks of ceramic plates and bowls add a nice decorative element to the shelves.
Each year South Carolina holds an annual Restaurant Week to spotlight the incredible cuisine the state has to offer. There are a few major cities that participate every year including Myrtle Beach. The chefs at the restaurants either create pre-fixe menus or they run certain food specials. These pre-fixe menus feature particular menu items to give guests a taste of what the restaurant is all about.
One of the perks of living along the Grand Strand is being surrounded by some of these amazing restaurants. This year the 2017 Restaurant Week in Myrtle Beach runs from January 12-22, 2017 and features thirteen participating restaurants.
The Southern Living Magazine, the ultimate guide to all things Southern, has come to life through its very first retail store – Southern Living Store. And you don’t have to go far to shop! The store is located at The Market Common in Myrtle Beach. From the wooden interior to displays and shelves full of classic Southern style, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped right into the pages of the magazine.
The South runs at a slightly slower pace than the rest of the world. At the back of the store there is a wooden bench swing that epitomizes this view of the Southern lifestyle. [Read more…]
We all know that the kitchen is one of the busiest spaces in our home. Keeping it organized can really help you save space and serve your family and friends- and even yourself- better. Here are some tips for organizing your kitchen.
Hang it up: Clear some space by hanging aprons, potholders, dish towels and other items on pegs. Just be sure to keep everything at least two feet away from your stove for safety!
Arrange accordingly: Store your kitchenware based on how often you use it. Keep daily use items on easily reached lower shelves. Stock your special occasions higher up. [Read more…]