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Neighborhood Spotlight: 3 Grand Strand Neighborhoods for Retirement

Neighborhood Spotlight: 3 Grand Strand Neighborhoods for Retirement

The Grand Strand area is a top retirement destination for buyers. The warm climate, variety of activities and attractions, and reasonable cost of living appeal to those who have no intention of slowing down after retirement. Here are 3 Grand Strand neighborhoods for 55+ young at heart buyers.

Cresswind at The Market Common
Located in Myrtle Beach in the popular Market Common area, Cresswind has been named one of the Top 50 Best Master-Planned Communities in the U.S. by Where to Retire Magazine. Homes in this neighborhood are priced from $250,000-$350,000 and are currently being built in a second phase of the development. The amenities include fitness center, ballroom, pool, spa, tennis courts, outdoor fireplaces, water features, a 5-acre park, miles of nature trails for walking, and courts for horseshoes, pickle, and bocce ball. There is always plenty to do with planned classes, activities, and group trips – and of course, everything nearby at The Market Common.

Seasons at Prince Creek
Nestled in Murrels Inlet is the gated community of Seasons at Prince Creek. The community has an impressive number of amenities for residents, including several lakes, the Blackmoor Golf Course, fitness center, indoor and outdoor pools, tennis court, bocce ball court, and clubhouse featuring a ballroom, card room, game room, media room, wet bar, library, and an outdoor veranda. Homes in Seasons at Prince Creek range from $250,000 to $400,000+.

Del Webb Myrtle Beach at Grande Dunes
Currently under construction along the Intracoastal Waterway is Del Webb Myrtle Beach at Grande Dunes. Prices start in the high $200,000s and feature all newly constructed homes. Active residents in this community enjoy access to the amenities of the larger Grande Dunes community, such as the 130-boat slip Grande Dunes Marina, and golf courses. Del Webb features its own clubhouse, fitness center, pool, and beach access at Residents Only Ocean Club. Within walking distance of this neighborhood, residents can enjoy a 3+ acre off-leash dog park, and the Claire Chapin Epps Family YMCA. Del Webb will also have a full-time lifestyle director to ensure residents have the most enjoyable retired life on the Grand Strand.

For buyers who are looking for a community of like-minded retirees, these 3 great retirement neighborhoods are must-see!  Contact a Century 21 Broadhurst agent today!  We’ve been making our clients #1 since 1974.

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