SC Highway 9, often referred to as Sea Mountain Highway, is one of two primary arteries connecting inland road systems to nearby resort districts of the greater Grand Strand area. As a primary gateway, nearby residential areas have long served as primary bedroom communities.
Eastbound access is provided via turn lane following deceleration from SC 31 with a center median turn lane providing access for westbound vehicles travelling four lane SC 9. Parcel 2 may be accessed via Pecan Street or via Parcel 1 in such event as the two parcels may be combined.
The expansion of SC Highway 31 further served to increase traffic patterns, setting the stage for the Little River & Longs communities to experience unprecedented residential & commercial growth in recent years.
2040 projections of growth by Horry County Planning and Zoning estimates that among the highest population growth rates projected, the Longs area will experience a 367.6% population increase, or, an annual growth rate of 14.70%.
Nearby area features include: River Park Senior Living, North Myrtle Beach High School, McLeod Seacoast Medical Campus, North Myrtle Beach Sports Park, Food Lion, CVS as well as complementary retail and restaurant facilities.
Coastal North Town Center featuring Publix, Dicks Sporting Goods, West Marine, Hobby Lobby, Mattress Firm, Pet Smart, Ross, TJ Maxx and a number of restaurant operations are located within 3.7 miles, with the Atlantic Ocean being a mere +/- 5.4 miles distance.
Final sale price to be established at $250,000.00 per acre based on final survey.