Palmetto Pointe is a community within the Myrtle Beach area that is centrally located along the Grand Strand. Its location lies directly between Myrtle Beach and Surfside Beach, SC.
The location is a great benefit to its residents because they live within close proximity to nearly all surrounding areas–Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, Garden City Beach, Murrells Inlet–you name it! Coastal Grand Mall, Market Common, and the Myrtle Beach International Airport are all located less than five miles away, and many shops and restaurants can also be found along Highway 544 (which is also less than five miles away).
Palmetto Pointe Boulevard is only a few miles long but contains numerous single-family home neighborhoods. Some of the more popular neighborhoods include Peninsula at Palmetto Pointe, Woodbury, Palmetto Glen, and Cascades. A few apartment and condominium communities are also included in the Palmetto Pointe community, such as Ivystone and Palmetto Pointe Apartments.
Most of the homes within Palmetto Pointe are one or two stories, range in size from 1300 to 2500 square feet, and consist of three to four bedrooms. Many also offer a two-car garage, fenced-in backyard, and updated features like stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and wood flooring. In addition, nearly every neighborhood offers its residents amenities that include a swimming pool and clubhouse, as well as other recreational facilities. Students who reside in the area attend Lakewood Elementary, Forestbrook Middle, or Socastee High School.
The pictures shown below were found on Zillow.com and consist of homes currently for sale or homes that have recently sold in the Palmetto Pointe community:
The Palmetto Pointe area is located behind a large, ongoing construction project on Highway 17 Bypass. However, don’t exclude this great community from your property search because of the occasional traffic congestion caused by this project. It truly is an awesome community that offers quiet neighborhoods in a fantastic location. The Highway 17 Interchange Project is expected to be complete by the summer of 2014. Once the project is finished, traffic and congestion surrounding the area will recede, and it should be easier to get around the area than it was prior to the project.
The following video should give you an overall understanding of the project and displays the projected outcome at completion:
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