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Wild Wings Plantation

1000 Wild Wing Blvd, Conway, South Carolina 29526

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Not Far From Myrtle Beach, Wild Wing Plantation is an All Ages Community with Attractive Single Family Homes, Golf Courses, Lakes, an Owners Club and More

Originally designed as a four course golf resort, Wild Wing Plantation is in Conway, a town along the Waccamaw River outside of Myrtle Beach. The community began as a residential community in 2007, and builders put houses along two and a half courses, leaving an 18-hole and a 9-hole course behind. They also created a boatable lake. The original development ran into financial trouble during the Great Recession and was taken over by new investors not long afterward. Although Wild Wings is open to all ages, it markets to baby boomers.

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At build-out, the community should have 1,100 single family homes. The Custom Home Program allows qualified buyers to pick their own builder and building time frame. Most new homes have lake or golf course views, a garage, a kitchen with a breakfast nook and separate dining rooms. Many feature single level living, a screened porch, stainless steel appliances and hardwood flooring. Architectural styles are mostly traditional with Craftsman, Cottage and Cape Cod influences. Prices for homesites begin in the $50,000s. Homes and home/lot packages start in the upper-$200,000s. Please verify these prices as they are bound to change over time.

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Wild Wings has 180 acres of lakes and 14 miles of shoreline. Day docks, a boat ramp, and onsite boat storage are available. The golf courses have a pro shop, a restaurant, a pub, a driving range, and a chipping green. The Wild Wing Lakes Owners' Club includes a fitness center, tennis courts, basketball court, a three-pool swim complex, splash zone, and water slide.

It is worth noting that residents are fighting a planned new supermarket along Wild Wing Boulevard. Although they welcome the idea of a nearby grocery store, they are worried about increased traffic.

Conway, one of the oldest town's on South Carolina's Maccamaw River, has a revitalized river walk and marina. Its Coastal Carolina University hosts an Osher Lifelong Learning Center and the Rebecca Randall Bryan Art Gallery. Myrtle Beach, a 60-mile stretch of beaches, boasts an international air show and a bounty of shopping and dining venues.

Conway Medical Center is accredited by the Joint Commission.

The climate is hot and humid in the summer and mild in the winter. The average January high is 56 degrees, and the average July high is 88 degrees. On average, the area receives 52 inches of rain per year.

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