Pawleys Island Townhome Rental Photos and Description
3 bedrooms, 3 full baths Sleeps 8
Our Townhome is on the 12 hole tee box of a Jack Nicklaus designed golf course. A few yards from the beautiful bay & marsh views of Pawleys Island. 100 yards to the pool. Walk, bike, skate or run around the Pawleys Plantation grounds, which is a security guard gated community. 5 minutes to the Beach of Pawleys Island. The clubhouse is noted for its dinning room & sports pub. Stay home or go out - we are 70 miles North of Charleston, 10 miles north of Georgetown, 12 miles south of Merrill’s Inlet and 24 miles south of Myrtle Beach. 2 State parks within 5 miles. 2 miles to the famous Hammock Shops. 4 of the top 10 golf courses are within 5 minutes of the villa. Come take a moonlight walk under the South Carolina stars by the Bay and feel the ocean breeze sweep down the 12th fairway to your home away from home. New Sony Internet 46 LED TV and DVD player. Remolded Living Room. VIEW entire house video and surrounding area.
Golf Details: Pawleys Plantation Golf Club is open to the public and offers a driving range with sand trap and practice putting area for the whole family. The world famous Phil Riston - Mel Sole Golf School is based here. If interested you must register with them separately. The entire regular golf staff at Pawleys are young pros working their way through 'Q' school and will be available for golf lessons. If you want to learn the game, build a better game or just play you couldn't pick a better place. Docking for your boat is nearby for approx. $50 a week. VIRTUAL TOUR BUTTON - View entire house and surrounding area video.
Plantation grounds: Pawley Plantation Golf Club and Resort is as much a family resort as it is a golf course. It is a gated community. Miles of paved roads to walk, bike, roller skate, skateboard or jog, without the fear of busy auto traffic. There are 2 Har Tru surface lighted Tennis courts. The wild life and scenery is like a beautiful bird sanctuary. American Eagles to the smallest finch fly over the marsh and plantation grounds. Moonlight walks under the stars in the evening by the Marsh are a favorite for everyone. Docking for your boat is nearby for around $50 a week. - View Video of entire house and surrounding area video.
Dining, Shopping and Attractions: There are hundreds of restaurants within 15 miles and 2 State Parks on the ocean. The world famous Hammock Shops are close by and numerous other unique shops and many clothing and household outlet's in the Myrtle Beach area. Docking for your boat is nearby for about $50 a week.View Video of entire house and surrounding area.
- pets not allowed
- Events Allowed
- children welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- wheelchair accessible
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
About Jim McCall
This 400 year old Live Oak Tree and Flower Bed is the view you have from all the rooms of our Home. We have vacationed here since 1996 and have never lost the enchanted felling this natural location offers.
Jim McCall purchased this townhome in 1996
Why Jim McCall chose Pawleys Island
Even though we are on the Golf course at the 12 Hole Tee Box. Golf is only a small reason why we love the area. My wife is a beach person and loves the Beach at Pawleys Island, a short 3 minute ride away. I choose to bike there and back, smiling along the way, as an exercise routine. My children Kyack in the Bay and around the 4 mile Island. There is every kind of fishing available because we are so close to the river ways and ocean. The Pool is just 200 yard walk out the front door. Your back yard is a most beautiful nature walk day or night. The tennis courts have a Har Tru surface.
Guestbook comments from the owner
Great week at the beachBVGS Athens,OHReview Submitted: June 24, 2008 Date of Stay: June 2008If you are looking for a somewhat quieter beach vacation than Myrtle Beach, this is the place for you. Our family of four spent a week here and had a great time. The villa has plenty of room for everyone with a well-equipped kitchen for cooking meals when you don’t feel like going out. Roadside produce stands provided fresh homegrown fruits and vegetables (peaches, corn, tomatoes, blueberries etc.). If you enjoy Thai food, we had a superb meal at the Blue Elephant in Murrells Inlet. There are only a dozen tables, so call for reservations and its cash/check only—no credit cards. We took a morning trip to Georgetown, 15 minutes south of Pawleys, strolled their waterfront shops and art galleries and had lunch at the historic Thomas Café (order the crabcakes!). Pawleys Island beach is a short drive over a causeway with plenty of public access and was not very crowded. We also spent one day on the sands at Huntington Beach State Park, about 15 minutes up the road. On the advice of the ranger we headed for the north end of the beach; the walk from the parking lot is a little longer than the south beach but we practically had the place to ourselves! There are plenty of beach chairs on hand at the villa and a large beach umbrella. At the end of the day, we parents relaxed out on the screen porch with a glass of wine. It’s a lovely home, very clean, and we would definitely recommend it to others. Thanks Jim for a great beach getaway!Recommended for: Age 55+, Girls Getaway, Families with Young Children