Spotlight on 3 Popular Grand Strand Neighborhoods
Looking for a new home in the Myrtle Beach area? Here are three of the hottest Grand Strand neighborhoods to consider. Your Century 21 Broadhurst agent can help you find the perfect neighborhood for your lifestyle.
The Farm in Carolina Forest
The Farm is one of the most popular neighborhoods in the Carolina Forest community. One of the reasons for this popularity is the range of housing options available, including individual houses, townhomes and condos. Along with this range of options comes a range of price points, starting around $160K for condos and townhomes through houses up to $350K. The Farm offers a number of desired amenities that buyers love, such as two very large resort style pools, farm-style clubhouse, fitness center, basketball courts and bike paths. Add in the white picket fences and touches of country farm chic throughout the neighborhood and it’s easy to see why buyers are so charmed by The Farm.
Barefoot Resort in North Myrtle Beach
On the north end of the Grand Strand is the blazing hot neighborhood of Barefoot Resort. Like The Farm, Barefoot Resort offers a range of housing types, with villas and townhomes from around $100K to $300K and houses ranging from around $180K to $1.2 million. The amenities at Barefoot Resort are a golf lover’s dream with four full golf courses designed by pro golfers, such as Greg Norman, with a massive 40,000 sq. ft. golf club for members with a top-notch restaurant and pro shop included. Residents also have access to a deep-water marina with a dry dock and boat shuttle service. The community includes a relaxing water complex with swimming pools and private cabanas available and for those who prefer the beach instead, there are private beach cabanas as well. A state-of-the-art fitness center and full-service spa round out an enticing set of amenities that make home feel like vacation. With so much to offer, buyers will want to keep Barefoot Resort on their must-see list.
The Reserve in Pawleys Island
Heading to the south side of the Grand Strand, buyers are falling in love with The Reserve in the laid-back “arrogantly shabby” community of Pawleys Island. Beyond the entry gates of The Reserve are a range of homes priced from $350K through $2 million. The majority of the homes in this neighborhood are traditional style or low country style architecture. Residents enjoy a wide array of amenities including a private golf course designed by Greg Norman, a semi-private marina called The Reserve Harbor, private beach access, fishing and crabbing docks, relaxing community pool, tennis courts and biking trails. Buyers looking for the epitome of quaint beach life with love The Reserve in Pawleys Island.