Wachesaw Oaks is a 12,950 sq. ft. retail development located at the corner of Wesley Road and Ocean Highway in Murrells Inlet. 600-5,454 sq. ft. are available for lease. Anchored by Salt Water Creek Café, this property was built in 1973, combining Cape Cod and Low Country elements. Materials from Charleston’s 1800’s era railroad station combined with its cypress sidings and cedar roof offer a distinguished retail experience. Zoned in the Low Country PD by Georgetown County, the property can be developed into all uses under the General Commercial zoning ordinance. 386’ frontage on Highway 17 Bypass and 418’ frontage on Wesley Road. Property is one of few corners in Murrells Inlet with access from north and southbound lanes of Highway 17 Bypass due to a full-crossover. Highway 17 Bypass has a traffic count of 37,100 AADT, while Wesley Road has 1,500 AADT. Waterleaf, a 240-unit apartment complex, was approved for development behind the subject property on Wesley Road in January 2016, increasing the residential density in the immediate area. Subject property is a 4,854 sq. ft. retail unit. A brick fireplace and wooden beams that were formerly part of the Charleston Railroad Station provide character rarely seen in retail spaces on the Grand Strand. This space may be combined with an adjoining 600 square foot unit.
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