Springmaid Beach Resort, seen here on Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015, was sold for $40 million in December. The resort opened on 30 acres in 1948 for Springs Mills employees. Springs is a cotton mill that started in Lancaster. The cost of the rooms in 1948 was $2 a night or $1 a bed. Springmaid, which has been open to the public since 1953, is located at the south end of Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach. The property abuts Myrtle Beach State Park.
Springmaid Beach Resort, seen here on Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015, was sold for $40 million in December. The resort opened on 30 acres in 1948 for Springs Mills employees. Springs is a cotton mill that started in Lancaster. The cost of the rooms in 1948 was $2 a night or $1 a bed. Springmaid, which has been open to the public since 1953, is located at the south end of Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach. The property abuts Myrtle Beach State Park. Janet Blackmon Morgan MyrtleBeachOnline.com file photo
Springmaid Beach Resort, seen here on Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015, was sold for $40 million in December. The resort opened on 30 acres in 1948 for Springs Mills employees. Springs is a cotton mill that started in Lancaster. The cost of the rooms in 1948 was $2 a night or $1 a bed. Springmaid, which has been open to the public since 1953, is located at the south end of Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach. The property abuts Myrtle Beach State Park. Janet Blackmon Morgan MyrtleBeachOnline.com file photo

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