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Throughout The Grand Strand there are numerous New Home Communities that contain single family, duet, paired, townhome, and condo living. This is a partial list just to give you an idea of what is available. These are communities with new construction however a few also contain resale properties.
Southeast area of Brunswick County, North Carolina - Information about Brunswick Plantation, Crow Creek, Sunset Ridge, Spring Mill Plantation, The Farm at Brunswick and Calabash Lakes within the page Brunswick Isles NC Beach Retirement Real Estate.
North Strand of Horry County, South Carolina - In North Myrtle Beach there is Tuscan Sands at Barefoot, Barefoot Resort Golf Villas at Willow Bend, Barefoot Resort Townhome Collection at Bay Village, Barefoot Resort Island Villa Collection at Clearwater Bay, The Retreat at Barefoot Village, Ocean Hill, and Seabrook Plantation. In Little River there is Lafayette Park, Carolina Crossing, North Village, Kettering Estates, Little River Estates, Palm Lakes Plantation, Oak Grove, and Waterfall. In Longs there is Myrtle Lakes North, Lakes at Plantation Pines, Bradford Meadows, Chestnut Estates, Pine Needle Estates, and Arbor Glen.
Central Strand of Horry County, South Carolina - In Myrtle Beach there is Cameron Village, Fox Horn, Summerlyn, Berkshire Forest, Emmens Preserve, Clear Pond, Lauderdale Bay, Waterford Plantation, Hunt Club at Hunter's Ridge, Oceanwalk, Covington Lake East, Windsor Plantation, Carillon at Tuscany, The Park at Forestbrook, Highlands at Withers Preserve, Cresswind Myrtle Beach at Market Common, Sweetgrass Square at The Market Common, Arrowhead Grand, Waterway Palms Plantation, The Reserve at Market Common District, The Lakes, Lawsonss Landing, The Diamond, Bent Oak Estates, Palm Cove, Sugar Mill, Silver Fox Landing, Charleston Lakes, and Cipriana Park at Grande Dunes. In Conway there is Midtown Village, Chandler's Run, Jessica Lakes, and Ridge Point. In Surfside Beach there is Deerfield Links, The Chalets at Surside Beach Club, Surfside Beach Club - The Landing, Surfside Beach Club - Clearwater Lakes and Coral Springs, and Surfside Beach Club - Lake Forest.
South Strand of Horry County, South Carolina - In Murrells Inlet there is Parmelee, Inlet Palms, Pheasant Run, Linksbrook at Prince Creek, Creekhaven at Prince Creek West, Brookefield Estates, Hunters Grove, Seasons at Prince Creek West, Enclave at International Club, Kings Grant and Majestic Oaks. In Litchfield there is Bridges of Litchfield.
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Mar Vista Grande In North Myrtle Beach SC
The pictures show Mar Vista Grande and one of the large luxurious Penthouse 3 BR / 3 BA ocean front condo's in North Myrtle Beach. Beautiful upscale new concrete and steel building with enclosed corridors, four parking decks below, indoor / outdoor pools and spas, kiddie pool, winding lazy river, fitness center, business center, WiFi access in common areas, four high speed elevators, and outdoor pool-side tiki bar. The units have high ceilings, crown molding, full kitchen with granite courters and stainless steel appliances, full sized washer and dryer, high-speed internet access, the penthouse units also have a beverage bar with icemaker, wine / beverage refrigerator and granite counter.
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When time comes to retire and we think about moving to the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina area or anywhere else the life style we plan to have plays a large part in the purchase of a place where you will call home. A condo or townhouse usually is at the top of the list for those who do not want lawn maintenance,
while a single family home draws those who want a yard and the freedom to plant flowers and not have others a wall away.
Becoming a permanent resident in a condo takes some thought, especially if you are used to a single family home. In the Myrtle Beach area we have a lot of vacationers or those who only use their condo for vacations and they tend to be a bit noisey. So if a condo is what you want look for a top floor unit in a building only two stories high or if higher, with an elevator. Keep in mind that condo units on third and up floors with no elevator have less resale value and will be harder to sell if you decide to do so.
Single family home communities that provide or include lawn maintenance are rare but don't worry because if you don't want to mow, pull weeds, or mulch there are numerous companies or individuals at reasonable prices who will take care of your landscape. Since lots are small in most communities around Myrtle Beach there may not be much space between homes and not a lot privacy. For those who do not want a home behind them, look for a pond or woods behind the house. Make sure the woods are not a buildable lot. A golf course behind a house may also be an answer but make sure the golf cart path is not too close and find out if the golf course can ever be sold for other purposes, like being sold to a developer for a new residential or commercial site.
In most communities throughout The Grand Strand the majority of residents are "baby boomers" so focusing on a 55 plus neighborhood is not necessary. Also some of the larger communities, like Tidewater Plantation in North Myrtle Beach, have community activities, trips, etc..
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Myrtle Beach Retirement
The major factor in your decision to move to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina may be the weather.
It Is Your Choice White Snow or White Sand! You do not need to worry if you leave your friends and family in another State. They will want to visit you so often that you will soon discover you see them more when you live near Myrtle Beach.Sandy Keller, Realtor in Myrtle Beach
2014 and 2013 Myrtle Beach named one of the top ten places for Retirement.
2012 South and North Carolina lead in retirement destinations
2011 Named "Best Beach in America"
2010 TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice # 1 Beach & Sun Destination in the United States and # 5 Beach & Sun Destination in the World
I am here to provide you with information about retirement near Myrtle Beach in South Carolina or North Carolina known as The Grand Strand. From this site you will be able to search the area MLS system in real-time to see real estate available, including foreclosures, and details to help you make your choice. If you have questions, need help with a real estate search, or would like information sent just click the Contact button above, email me directly SandyMyrtleBeach@gmail or call 843 655-4619
November 2014 - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is #5 of "The 10 Best Cities to Retire in the US". Read the article on my Google+ page
If you are thinking about where to retire let me tell you about the Myrtle Beach area which has been named one of the best retirement places in the country. We have 60 miles of white sand beach, an international airport, good medical care facilities, over 100 golf courses, great boating and fishing, shopping, dining, entertainment and weather that is semi-tropical but with all four seasons. The best part is the children and grandchildren will have the beach, water parks, amusement parks, miniture golf courses, Ripley's Aquarium, the IMAX Theater, and so much more.
Last Updated (Thursday, 06 November 2014 10:36)
The St. Patricks Day Festival on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach usually sees temperatures in the 70s.
Want to live near the “
“Best Beach”, many of the “Best Golf Courses”, semi-tropical weather and real estate prices so low that even those experienced in the Myrtle Beach real estate market have to take a second look to review the price as we search the Myrtle Beach MLS. Even if you do not like going to the beach or playing golf the weather and real estate prices should win you over.
Obtaining A Mortgage To Purchase Real Estate Shortly After You Retire Could Be A Problem
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