Sherwood Forest Community in Conway will place you close not only to the Grand Strand and all of its attractions but also near the landmarks that are meaningful to locals around the Low Country. Sherwood Forest is located in the Country Club area of Conway with views that are spectacular.
The homes in Sherwood Forest have 2, 3, or 4 bedrooms on approximately quarter acre lots. Enjoy the shade from the mature trees.
By purchasing a home in Sherwood Forest, you’ll be within a short drive of Myrtle Beach and all of the activities that it has to offer. A few other nearby Conway communities to consider are Pineland Lakes, Midtown Village and Lochaven. There are great places to eat, wonderful shopping, bargains galore at the outlet malls, golf courses galore, water parks, and plenty of fun and sun along the gorgeous beaches of the Grand Strand. Be sure to visit downtown Conway where you can browse through quaint little shops, grab a quick bite to eat, or stroll along Main Street USA.
Built in 1960 and recently remodeled with the addition of the Master Bath. This home has much to offer with it's character . With 3 BR and 2 BA, located in Conway City l...
Listing courtesy of Sansbury Butler Properties , Kevin Sansbury.
Ever wanted to live in historic downtown Conway. This is the property for you. Home has so much to offer with it’s character. If you love natural sunlight….this house has...
Listing courtesy of CB Sea Coast Advantage CF , Coastal Links Group.
What a charmer! This home offers spaces for each member of your family to relax, entertain, work, create or play. Beautiful hardwood floors will welcome you into this cla...
Listing courtesy of Peace Sotheby's Intl Realty PI , Kat Loftus.
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