MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WIS/WMBF) – You could be living in one of the Palmetto State's most expensive housing markets and not even know it.
According to the Coldwell Banker Home Listing report, Chapin is one of the most expensive housing markets in South Carolina.
The average price of a home in Chapin is listed at $324,162.
Here's a list of the top ten most expensive housing markets in South Carolina. The list studies four bedroom, two bathroom homes.
9- Murrells Inlet
5- Tega Cay
2- North Myrtle Beach
1- Mount Pleasant
On the flip side, Hopkins is listed as the least expensive housing market in South Carolina. The average home price is $125,508.
Most Midlands markets fall somewhere in the middle of the list, with home prices averaging approximately $190,000.