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  • Formed from four separate communities north of Myrtle Beach in 1968, North Myrtle Beach is known primarily as a tourist town. Stretching from the North Carolina state line to the border with Atlantic Beach and Myrtle Beach, the town draws millions of visitors each year to its Grand Strand along the Atlantic Ocean.

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Top 6 Reasons to Live in North Myrtle Beach, SC

  • Vacancies! There are more vacancies in North Myrtle Beach than the national average - ten times more, in fact! If you're looking for rent to own homes, you should check out the communities of Cherry Grove in the northeastern part of the town and Crescent Beach on the southern side near Atlantic Beach. Or, if you want something a bit more "hip and now," you could try looking in the ever popular Cherry Grove Pier.
  • Low property taxes! The median house price in North Myrtle Beach is pretty on bar with the rest of the country (roughly $168,000), but the local property taxes are much lower than the national average! That means by choosing to rent or own a home in Windy Hill or Ocean Drive means you're likely to pay a much lower property tax.
  • Go barefoot! One of the central attractions in North Myrtle Beach is Barefoot Landing. The retail behemoth is home to the Alabama Theatre, Alligator Adventure, a golf course, and the House of Blues.
  • A digital city! Named the digital capital of SC by Google, North Myrtle Beach has spent time, energy and money building Internet infrastructure, making the city attractive for businesses like 21 Main at North Beach or Bert's Surf Shop looking to locate in the city.
  • Beachy fun! More than nine miles of beach in North Myrtle Beach awaits residents all year round, although most will agree summer is the best time! Head to the beach and build sandcastles, take a surfing lesson, fish off one of the piers, or just snooze under an umbrella. Kids love riding The Hippo, a three-story inflatable slide on the beach. Head to Inlet Point Plantation Stables to enjoy horseback riding on the beach.
  • Go out and play! A boat ramp and fishing pier is found at Cherry Grove Park, while sports courts and a roller hockey rink is part of the fun at J. Bryan Floyd Recreation Center. City Park overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, and McLean Park has a serene two-acre lake providing residents a little quiet in the city.