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On the Road to Charleston

Posted by Faith Robertson on January 17, 2019 in  bike riding  dining  Georgetown  restaurant  South Carolina  Things To Do
Many of you are so excited at the prospect of getting down to Charleston from Myrtle Beach that you miss some great stops along the way. Before you arrive in the lovely town of Georgetown you will come upon Hopsewee Plantation on the left off Rt. 17 S.  The Plantation was built circa 1740 and was a major rice plantation in its day.  The plantation opens for the 2019 year on January 29th and offers tours on the hour between Tuesdays and Saturdays.  You can also enjoy lunch or tea at The River Oak Cott... read more
There’s plenty to do in historic Georgetown, South Carolina. It’s a great place to visit for culture - full of wonderful museums, galleries, wildlife tours, restaurants, and shops. It sure is hard to be bored here!It really is the little town that everyone’s been on the lookout for! Georgetown is located just about 40 miles south of the fantastic holiday resort town of Myrtle Beach, where many come for a relaxing vacation. And with Georgetown just a stone’s throw away, it’s the perfe... read more
Good news to all Georgetown, SC residents, as a total solar eclipse comes to town this coming August 2017. Whether you are a nature lover or just a keen observer, you do not want to miss this phenomenal event. If you are not a Georgetown resident, then you should start arranging to attend this historic occasion.   It has been 99 years since the last coast-to-coast total eclipse of the sun. The excitement is fast catching up, and almost everyone in the USA is looking forward to this once in a lifetime... read more
The city of Georgetown, South Carolina has a rich and storied history that is only rivaled by its quintessential small town charm. After Charleston and Beaufort, Georgetown is the third oldest city in the state and is the site of one of the oldest European settlements in North America. In 1526, under the leadership of the Spanish explorer Lucas Vazquez de Allyon, the colony of San Miguel de Guadalupe was established in present-day Georgetown but was abandoned shortly thereafter due to a lack of farming sk... read more
North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (November 26, 2014) – Chicora Real Estate, a company comprised of competent Myrtle Beach REALTORS®, proudly named a select number of its Sales Associates as leaders in their respective offices. The announcement identified those REALTORS® within the company who performed admirably for the third quarter of 2014. Sales Associates who excelled in Sales and/or Listings from various branches were chosen. The company’s passion to meet the needs of its clients is clea... read more


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