Lot 7 Cayman Loop, Pawleys Island, SC
Welcome to #7 Cayman Loop in Waccamaw Trace, with a peek-a-boo of the Atlantic and North Litchfield Beach, a picturesque lowcountry community where the waves whisper through the Carolina pines and live oaks. Once part of the vast Litchfield Plantation, home site number 7 in Cayman Loop is the last available lot backing toward the ocean. It embraces all the senses for your vacation cottage, retirement home or rental property. Relax to the sound of the waves, take in the ocean air and delight in a peek-a-boo view of the water — if you build a second story (the current owners used a cherry-picker to confirm these findings). Enjoy a junior Olympic-sized pool, clubhouse complex, and a quaint boardwalk path that in minutes leads you through a natural coastal maritime forest to the expansive North Litchfield Beach. Jump on the paved Waccamaw Neck bikeway and ride to neighboring renowned Brookgreen Gardens & Sculpture or the 2500 acre Huntington Beach State Park where the famous railroad heir, Archer & Anna Hyatt Huntington, built their East Coast estate, Atalaya, in 1931. Very rare to find all these amenities in such a pristine, historic lowcountry location with Pawleys Island shopping and world-class Murrells Inlet restaurants nearby. The quiet and calm North Litchfield Beach is located minutes from the vacation destination Myrtle Beach and 70 miles from historic Charleston, South Carolina. A David Graham designed portfolio of coastal homes is available or bring your custom lowcountry design and your builder. But hurry, Waccamaw Trace is close to being built out. Seize this opportunity to own a piece of history and build your beach haven today!