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Bridges of Litchfield

Price Range:
$210,000 - $425,000
Pawleys Island
843-455-0350
23 Siddons Place, Pawleys Island, SC 29585
Map/Directions
Builder(s): - D.R. Horton

 Features:

  • New Construction in Litchfield
  • Next to New 40,000 sq. ft. Recreation Center
  • Many new upgrades are included!
  • Close to shopping and restaurants!
  • Several plans include the bonus room
  • Variety of floor plans
  • Minutes to the Marsh and Ocean!

Builder: D.R. Horton, Inc. 
Sales: On-Site Sales
Hours: Mon-Sat 10-6, Sun 12-6
Phone: 843-646-2350

Overview:

Characterized by the numerous wooden bridges located throughout the community, The Bridges of Litchfield is the perfect mix of rustic charm and modern living. With a variety of innovative floor plans, you're sure to find just the home you've been searching for. This charming community is located in Pawleys Island just minutes from the ocean.

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Map/Directions

Directions to this community:

From Myrtle Beach:
Follow Hwy 17 south past Murrells Inlet.
Bridges of Litchfield will be just past Healthpoint complex on your right.

From Pawleys Island:
Follow Hwy 17 north,
Bridges of Litchfield will be just before Healthpoint complex on your right.

Photos & Information

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Amenities

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Site Plan

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About the Area:

Pawleys Island, SC

Pawleys Island, South Carolina, located 70 miles north of Charleston and 25 miles south of Myrtle Beach, is known as one of the oldest summer resorts on the East Coast. The town was incorporated in September of 1985. The Island is about 4 miles long.

The families of rice planters who owned plantations on the nearby rivers first settled Pawleys Island in the early 1700's. The planters knew that it was unhealthy for their families to remain on the rivers during the summer and that the seashore was much healthier. Even though they didn't know about malaria in the 1700's, they knew enough to get away! They moved their families, horses, cows, bedding, provisions, and furniture to Pawleys in May of each year, where they remained until the first frost in November!

From this leisurely existence has developed the charm of Pawleys that still remains. Also still remaining are 12 residences in the historic district, which date from the late 1700's to the mid 1800's. Pawleys continues to be known for its shoeless, carefree, laid-back life style, which includes crabbing in the adjacent creeks, fishing, the stories of ghosts, the rope hammock, and the unspoiled, unsophisticated, casual, delightful stretch of wide beach and sand dunes.