The state of South Carolina is rich with history and tradition.
Our state’s history dates all the way back to 1663–the year our colony was founded–and a number of historical buildings located within Horry and Georgetown counties have been recognized by the National Register of Historic Places.
It’s interesting to look back at historic architecture and recognize how much has changed over the years. We appreciate beauty in all of the buildings located around us–both new and old–and we thought we’d share a few of them with you.
c. 1928 – Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Station
Located on US HWY 701 in Conway, SC
c. 1903-1904 – Arthur Burroughs House
Located on Lakeside Drive in Conway, SC
c. 1946 (demolished in 2012) – Chesterfield Inn
Previously located on Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach, SC
c. 1920-1935 – Myrtle Heights/Oak Park Historic District
Located on Ocean Boulevard between 32nd Ave & 46th Ave in Myrtle Beach, SC
c. 1931-1933 – Atalaya
Located off US HWY 17 in Murrells Inlet, SC
c. 1862 – Battery White – large earthwork battery
Pictured: 1929 United Daughters of the Confederacy monument
Located on S.C. Sec. Rd. 18 in Georgetown County
c. 1919 – Black River Plantation House
Located off S.C. Sec. Rd. 4 in Georgetown County
Located on Front Street in Georgetown, SC
c. 1750 – Prince George Winyah Episcopal Church
Located on Broad & Highmarket Streets in Georgetown, SC
c. 1749 – Samuel Smith House
Located on Orange Street in Georgetown, SC
Note: Most National Register properties are privately owned and not open to the public. Please respect the owner’s privacy. All pictures were obtained from www.nationalregister.sc.gov and the links provided will direct you to the page they were found.