Old Colony Realty

113 S Ocean BLVD

Surfside Beach, SC 29575

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Phone: (843) 238-0234

City: Surfside Beach

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Old Colony Realty

Weekly vacation rental homes and condos. Oceanfront, oceanview, and more. 1 to 6 bedrooms. Off-season monthly winter and long-term rentals also available. Real estate sales too.

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