Loris Real Estate

If you’d like to live close to the Grand Strand but want a quieter and slower pace of life, Loris is the perfect place for you to consider for your next home purchase. Located just 15 miles from North Myrtle Beach, Loris is close enough for you to enjoy all the events and attractions of the Grand Strand and still have a home in a peaceful neighborhood.  With a population of just under 2,500, this quaint little community is the perfect place to raise your family, begin your retirement years, or downsize to a more convenient and manageable location.

With $120,000 as the median price for a home, you will be able to find exactly what you need within your budget in this market. Homes vary in the square footage that they offer, have different types of exteriors, and are spacious so that you can place all your belongings without clutter. Some homes have small yards while others feature large yards where you can play outdoor games with the family. Having a fire pit around which you can gather in the evening and share stories will be something that your family never forgets. Another plus for buying a home in Loris is that you can find homes outside of subdivisions and those that have no home owners’ associations. If you’re looking for acreage, you might find a farm in Loris where you can have a garden and grow your own vegetables.

You’ll enjoy the things that you can spend your leisure time doing in Loris. In October, don’t miss the Chicken Bog Festival which is a local dish made with assorted seasonings, chicken, sausage, and rice. The festival has rides, performers, and concessions to satisfy your cravings for a snack. You’ll also be able to get involved in learning local history, enjoy the arts, and eat at independent eateries to help support local business owners. If physical fitness is important to you, you can stay active at the area parks where walking and running trails are abundant.

Remember that the attractions of the Grand Strand are also just a short drive from your home in Loris. Plan a day at the beach, visit Brookgreen Gardens, spend quality time with your family at a water park, or take a walking tour to learn more about life in the Low Country.