Homes for Sale in Robin Hood - Murrells Inlet

Imagine living in a quaint fishing village outside the hustle and bustle of Myrtle Beach. The Robin Hood Community of Murrells Inlet offers lush greenery, peaceful walking and hiking trails that all create a perfect storm of a great place to live.

You can have the raised beach house you’ve always dreamed of. Or you can have a secluded estate home. But no matter what you choose, you’ll be living in one of the most popular neighborhoods of Murrells Inlet. There is no HOA, so you can do as you like with your place as well. Many homes have fireplaces, private pools, and even elevators. Most were built in the late 90's - early 2000's. Prices range from $200k to a million or more.

Robin Hood features a variety of custom homes that vary wildly in square footage. Many of the homes have expansive half-acre yards, so the great outdoors is never too far away. Some lots are creekfront in the development, with live oaks and Spanish moss to add Southern elegance to your home. The raised beach style homes feature large areas under the home for entertaining, storing vehicles and catching a bit of shade. 

In Murrells Inlet, you’ll find some of the best seafood restaurants in the state, and shopping for all of your daily needs. The inlet waters are perfect for kayaking and canoeing. Your nightlife is perfect on the Marsh Walk, only a golf-cart ride away. And remember, you’re only a short drive from the attractions of Myrtle Beach. Children will attend Waccamaw Elementary, Middle, and High schools.

Be sure to put Robin Hood on your list of home buying destinations. Call us for a tour of the homes in Robin Hood. Murrells Inlet is a wonderful place to call home.

Robin Hood Homes

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