This two story home located in the beautiful community of Myrtle Pointe will make a great future home. Conveniently located at 38th Avenue in Myrtle Beach, you will be close to all that Myrtle Beach has to offer including dining, shopping, banking, pharmacies and more. [Read more…]
Featured Listing: 11 N Vinters Lane
This lovely, custom-built four bedroom home is in the perfect location, right in the heart of Murrells Inlet in the Silver Oaks community. Within walking or biking distance of the MarshWalk, the Inlet’s finest restaurants, shopping and entertainment venues, you and your guests will be close to all of the area’s hot spots.
The home has upgraded features including granite counters, a breakfast bar in the kitchen, stainless steel appliances, a natural gas fireplace to relax by, and a surround sound system throughout the house. The Master suite is on the first floor and has his and hers closets and vanities.
Three more bedrooms are on the second floor. The first bedroom has a full bathroom and separated sitting area and sits above the garage. The second and third bedrooms share a Jack and Jill style bathroom complete with individual vanities, a shower and a garden tub. Outdoor features of the home include a patio and front and rear porches.
This home is spacious and comfortable with an open floor plan and all the modern amenities you could need. Its desirable location and roomy layout make this house a must-see, so contact us today at Dargan Real Estate.
Fun at the Market Common
Located in Myrtle Beach, the Market Common is a local hotspot for shopping, dining and entertainment. With all there is to do, you can easily spend the day without ever having to leave! Here’s a breakdown of all the Market Common has to offer.
Dining: No matter what you and your group is hungry for, you can find it at the Market Common’s variety of restaurants. Grab breakfast at Crépe Creations or a coffee at the Barnes & Noble Starbucks, or a croissant doughnut or bagel at the Roasted Bean. Sit outside for lunch at Gordon Biersch, Nacho Hippo, Tupelo Honey or Ultimate California Pizza. If dinner and drinks is more your speed, try out P.F. Chang’s, CO Sushi, Travinia Italian Kitchen, Divine Prime, or The Brass Tap. Whatever you’re craving, you won’t leave the Market Common hungry.
Shopping: Whether you are looking for a new outfit, some accessories, gifts for friends or new pieces for your home, you can find everything on your list at the Market Common. There are big-name stores like Pottery Barn, Anthropologie, White House/Black Market, Orvis, and Bath and Body Works along with unique boutiques like Breathe, Random, Current XXVII, and Ivy & Leo.
Entertainment: Catch a movie at Grand Cinema 14, or have a more active outing at Pedego Electric Bikes or see the Market Common from your very own Segway from Segway Myrtle Beach. The entire area of the Market Common is lined with sidewalks and there is a park with a lake to take a stroll around for a more peaceful pace.
There are so many fun things to do at the Market Common. Come make a day of it- or several!
The Dunes Club
Located on the quiet, northern end of Myrtle Beach–at 9000 North Ocean Boulevard–sits a secure and gated neighborhood lined with mossy oaks that are hundreds of years old. The neighborhood is filled with highly sought after homes and is known as The Dunes Club.
The Dunes Club has mastered coastal living and offers residents a luxurious lifestyle with attractive amenities and an exclusive clubhouse. The clubhouse features a massive, oceanfront pool with snack bar, private showers, lockers, and swimming lessons are offered, as well.
The 18-hole golf course that surrounds The Dunes Club was built in 1948 and is the oldest golf course in Myrtle Beach. It has earned numerous awards and is affiliated with tournaments and leagues sanctioned by the USTA. In addition, The Dunes Club recently announced they will be co-hosting the PGA Professional National Championship in June of 2014.
The Dunes Club community has a lot to offer homeowners, and you simply can’t go wrong by choosing to purchase a home there. However, most of the properties currently available are only shown by appointment–so contact Dargan Real Estate to schedule yours TODAY!
Myrtle Beach Neighborhoods & Communities: The Villages of Arrowhead
The community known as the Villages of Arrowhead is located off Highway 501 in Myrtle Beach and borders the Arrowhead Golf Course & Country Club. Residents enjoy a convenient location that’s only a short drive away from nearly every area in Myrtle Beach.
Arrowhead is actually comprised of nine unique villages that are connected through one Homeowners Association. Some of the homes are even located along the Intracoastal Waterway in Arrowhead Grand and those residents enjoy the perks of different boating activities.
The homes consist of two to five bedrooms from just under 1000 to 3500 heated square feet. There are both single-story homes and two-story homes with one or two-car garages. Many of them are full of upgrades and customized details. These custom details include patios, crown molding, screened porches, granite, and tile. If you are looking to build your own home to fit your style, there are a few remaining lots available.
The amenities offered to residents of Arrowhead include a poolside pavilion, a junior-Olympic swimming pool, walking trails, and lighted tennis courts.
School Districts: Lakewood Elementary, Forestbrook Elementary, Carolina Forest Elementary, Bridgewater Academy, Forestbrook Middle, Myrtle Beach Middle, Ocean Bay Middle, Socastee High School, Myrtle Beach High School, Academy of Arts Science & Technology
To check out the properties available within the Arrowhead community, click here.
Intracoastal Waterway Communities
Waterway Palms Plantation and Carolina Waterway Plantation are two breathtaking communities located on the west side of the Intracoastal Waterway that offer their residents lavish amenities and custom-built homes. Both communities are located along River Oaks Road in the Carolina Forest area. This prime location is away from the busy traffic areas within the Myrtle Beach city limits but less than a ten minute drive away from everything the city has to offer.
We are covering both communities in this post because they are very similar in structure. Each community provides an expansive clubhouse with covered porches and views of the waterway. Other amenities include a gated electronic entrance, gazebos, recreational swimming pool, tennis courts, children’s playground, private and gated boat storage area, dual boat launch, and beautiful, lantern-lit streets.
Features found throughout these luxurious homes include: two-car garage, formal dining room, bonus room, covered porch, covered patio, courtyard, sundeck, wraparound porch, pantry, study, tall ceilings, designer bathrooms, dark hardwood floors, stone fireplace, walk-in closets, open floor plans, garden tub, and countless upgraded details. The list is endless!
If you aren’t impressed with the homes currently available, open lots can also be purchased to custom build your own! If you have questions or would like to take a look at the properties available in either of these communities, please contact us at Dargan Real Estate!
Myrtle Beach Neighborhoods & Communities: Palmetto Pointe
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:
Myrtle Beach Neighborhoods & Communities: Market Common
Market Common is a relatively new community located on what was previously the old Air Force base (also commonly referred to as the “Back Gate”) between Myrtle Beach and Socastee, South Carolina. The community is well-known for its urban feel, beautifully designed buildings, and an abundance of boutiques and restaurants.
The community offers studio, one bedroom, and two bedroom apartment homes located over retail shops. The apartment views are awesome, as they look down over the charming and manicured streets. In addition, the buildings that house these swanky apartment homes offer security with a locked keypad entry.
The apartment homes are available for long-term rentals, as well as short-term. If you’re looking for a new and unique place to stay during your visit to the area, Market Common would be a great place to choose.
There are two different types of homes available within the Market Common community.
Classic Rowhomes – three-level residences that feature a one or two car garage and gourmet kitchen; end units include a front courtyard enclosed by a decorative fence; a variety of brick elevations create a picture reminiscent of Charleston and Savannah
Sweetgrass Square Single Family Homes & Townhomes – lowcountry styled homes with an abundance of windows and porches; tall ceilings and granite countertops are just a few of the great features found throughout these Southern homes
Market Common Shops & Boutiques
Barnes & Noble Bookstore
Bath & Body Works
Bijuju – an accessory boutique
Canipes Chocolates & Candies
CityMac – authorized Apple service provider and reseller
Coastal Urge – outdoor apparel, gear, and swimwear
Current XXVII Boutique – name brand clothing & accessories
Devo Olive Oil Co.
Dixie Divas – women’s boutique specializing in clothing, purses, shoes, accessories, and Western boots
Handpicked – jewelry, monogrammed sterling silver gifts, & accessories
iGames by City Mac – intelligent & interactive games & puzzles for both adults & children
Ivy & Leo – apparel, footwear, & accessories
Kangaroo Pouch Baby Boutique
Lazy Gator – unique, locally-owned gift shop
random. – men’s and women’s fashion
White House | Black Market
Xtreme Surf & Skate
Cold Stone Creamery
Divine Prime Wine/Tapas Bar
Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant
King Street Grille
Orange Leaf Yogurt
P.F. Chang’s China Bistro
Travinia Italian Kitchen
Ultimate California Pizza
Coastal Dance Centre – a classical ballet training school; offers professional, recreational dance classes for both children & adults (ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, musical theater), plus Zumba & toning classes
Dolce Lusso Salon & Spa
Distinctive Eyewear Vision Center
Grand 14 Cinema
Lindsey Mills Photography Studio
Seacoast Artists Gallery – non-profit organization dedicated to promoting visual arts
Santee Cooper Credit Bureau
Stage Left Theatre Company
Yoga in Common
In addition to the numerous shops and restaurants, Market Common is the host for many local events. Other nearby amenities include walking and bike trails, lakes, recreational facility, baseball & soccer fields, and a gated dog park.