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Expand your horizons inland for even more variety and value.

For even more affordable coastal charm and availability, expand your horizons inland and explore the "mainland" and beyond. You'll still enjoy the beauty of Coastal Carolina, but as you head inland you'll find more opportunity and variety in neighborhood types, home styles and price ranges.
Prices, competition with other buyers, insurance rates, flood risks and more can all decrease as you increase your distance from the coast. And even in this challenging market, there are some hidden gems and good values.
With such a wide selection of home styles for nearly any style or budget, it's vital to work with a real estate agent ready to dig deep to understand who you are and how you want to live. Because it's about more than just location and price. You need a place to call home that fits your style and personality.
Let's explore the possibilities and find the right fit for you in and around classic coastal towns such as Calabash and Carolina Shores, Shallotte, Supply, Varnamtown, Bolivia, Southport, Boiling Spring Lakes, Leland and more. Or within a 30-45 minute range, consider areas and towns like Ash, Tabor City, Whiteville, Lake Waccamaw, Burgaw and others.

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Calabash is on the Calabash River but shares a "beach" vibe and attracts a lot of visitors as the undisputed, one and only "Seafood Capitol of the World." As the sign at Beck's says, "This is it!". It's  a thriving yet laid back "village" of amazing restaurants, shops, fishing fleets and more along Hwy. 179 by the NC/SC line. As a child, no vacation was complete without a seafood platter at Nance's, Ella's or Beck's. Residents here have easy access to nearby beaches as well as fried or fresh seafood.

Shallotte is between Wilmington and Myrtle Beach in the heart of Brunswick County. It’s an ideal location with easy access  to Ocean Isle, Holden and Sunset beaches. Originally a 1700s settlement called Little Charlotte, it became known as Shallotte in the 1830s and incorporated in 1899. It's a central hub of activity for the region with a variety of restaurants, shops and national retailers such as Lowes, Home Depot, Wal-Mart, Belk, Office Depot, Hobby Lobby and others. Plus, a river runs through it!

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