Antique Lovin

Dated: November 1 2019

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Dated: 02/21/2018 - Carolina Pines Realty

My love of antiques came from my Grandmother and as with so many other things in our world now, a part of our history is fading away.  

There is a great store called Peddlers Place on Hwy 707 in Myrtle Beach that I really love!  They have both original and repurposed antiques and furniture, jewelry, local art and hard to find items at great prices.  

It’s always the thrill of the hunt for me.  I have been searching for an antique anvil for my husband for years!  It has to be just the right one and of course a bargain!

Peddlers Place owners are knowledgeable and friendly people.  Their family was actually born and raised (as we say in the south) here in Myrtle Beach.  True locals such as them are “few and far between” (another southern saying!)

Check them out on Facebook and spend some time there whether visiting Myrtle Beach or living here.  You will be glad you did!

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Beth Ross

Having moved to SC from CA in 2005 I have found this was the best decision I could have ever made. I love the areas of the Grand Strand and Pee Dee and find new places to explore every day. I was a ....

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