At the intersection of SC-544 and Bus-17, the city Surfside Beach offers a 2-mile stretch of residential beach and a flourishing collection of businesses, including doctor’s dentists, drug stores, groceries, restaurants, and more, as well as Inlet Square Mall and the Surfside Pier. The entrance to Ocean Lakes Campground is across the street from the intersection and the beautiful Myrtle Beach State Park is just a mile away.
Just off Hwy 544, Prestwick Country Club and Golf Course is the focal point for many elegant gated communities. With eleven tennis courts and a pristine golf course, one of the Prestwick communities is ideal for golfers and tennis lovers, alike.
Surfside Beach doesn’t have the large high-rise resort complexes found in Myrtle Beach. Instead, smaller vacation rentals and condo buildings like Fairway Ridge and Channel Marker feature golf course and oceanfront condos. Original, older beach houses, the manicured greens of the golf courses, and the pristine beaches combine to give Surfside Beach a comfortable residential ambiance.
If you prefer a peaceful, less hectic lifestyle but like the idea of being close to the fun and excitement of the Grand Strand, you will want to check out Surfside Beach. Visit our website to learn more and call our real estate experts with any questions you might have. Don’t forget to schedule a private tour of Surfside Beach real estate.
With an unbelievable selection of homes, including both older and newer constructions, large and small houses, and homes to fit any budget, Forest Dunes is one of the most admired communities in Myrtle Beach. Known as the “Golden Mile,” this expansive residential community extends from Business 17 to the ocean and from 63rd Avenue North to 68th Avenue North.
This is a 6-block residential area with no hotels and almost no tourist traffic. A block from the ocean, along Porcher Drive, are some of the less expensive, older homes, as well as smaller homes that sell for as little as $200K. There are also some new constructions. “The Avenue” features raised beach houses built in the mid-2000’s. These beautiful homes have the finest upgrades and being raised provides extra security from flooding. Most sell for around $800K. Not far away, oceanfront homes can sell for a million or more.
What a wonderful place to call home! There may be a few vacation rentals here, but the community is primarily residential. Students attend Myrtle Beach Elementary School, Myrtle Beach Middle School, and Myrtle Beach High School. Nearby are some of the best restaurants such as Mr. Fish, Akel’s, and Luigi’s Trattoria, and more are waiting to be discovered on Restaurant Row. You can drive your golf cart to CVS to fill your prescriptions or get groceries at Food Lion. Grand Strand Hospital is just a few miles away and closeby, the excitement of the Grand Strand calls.
Visit our website to learn more about this exciting neighborhood. Call our real estate professionals with any questions you may have and schedule a private tour of the homes for sale in Forest Dunes!