Carolina Forest Real Estate

Carolina Forest is a master-planned, unincorporated community nestled between Myrtle Beach and historic Conway. It is a highly sought after area for its quaint neighborhoods and excellent school system...[read more]

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Carolina Forest Homes

Carolina Forest water features are all man-made, including the Intracoastal waterway that runs through one part of the town. The Lewis Ocean Bay Preserve, an undisturbed natural habitat set aside by the state of South Carolina, borders Carolina Forest on one side. Carolina Forest neighborhoods are popular among new Myrtle Beach area residents because of the town's family-friendly suburban feel, it's five-lane highways to provide easy navigation, and its close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean.

Carolina Forest is a planned unit development of nearly 20,000 single-family and multi-family homes. Most residential and commercial development follows the master plan created jointly by Horry County and International Paper, the company that has owned the land since 1937. Carolina Forest features some waterfront property and great infrastructure connecting Carolina Forest homes with each other as well as those in the surrounding area. Families settling in the Myrtle Beach area seem to have taken a liking to Carolina Forest for its excellent school systems, well-planned layout and its proximity to tourist attractions.

Carolina Forest History

Carolina Forest was once part of a larger tract of land called the Buist Tract, owned by Burroughs & Chapin. International Paper bought the Buist Tract in 1937, donating part of the 30,000 acres to be used by Coastal Carolina University and about 9,000 more acres went to the state of South Carolina for the Lewis Ocean Bay Preserve. Eventually, International Paper would largely foot the bill for the completion of five-lane Carolina Forest Boulevard. Also, a total of about 500 acres of the land would eventually be sold to create a golf course and more Horry County schools to serve the burgeoning population of Carolina Forest.

Carolina Forest Neighborhoods

This unincorporated town features many well-planned developments. From the manmade water features to the five-lane highways, the community of Carolina Forest required a lot of thought and planning on the parts of Horry County and landowner International Paper...[read more & view listings for Carolina Forest neighborhoods]

Carolina Forest Property Types

Carolina Forest Condos

Condos feature prominently in the many fine Carolina Forest neighborhoods. This is the perfectly affordable option for singles or young families just starting out. Carolina Forest features terrific schools, quality neighborhoods, and an overall top-notch layout...[read more & view listings for Carolina Forest condos]

Carolina Forest Foreclosures & Short Sales

Carolina Forest foreclosures and short sales can be a steal of a deal when you have an experienced realtor to guide you through the buying process. It can be tough to know where to look for these deals, but you can start right here...[read more & view listings for Carolina Forest Foreclosures & Short Sales]

Carolina Forest Waterfront Property

Carolina Forest waterfront property is available along the Intracoastal waterway and other man-made water features. Whether you seek condos, townhomes or single family homes, you'll find it in Carolina Forest...[read more & view listings for Carolina Forest waterfront real estate]

Carolina Forest Golf Communities

Golf features prominently into Carolina Forest. Although the plan didn't come to full fruition, the master-planned town was originally intended to have 10 golf courses!...[read more & view listings for Carolina Forest golf course homes]

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