What are the best places to live in Myrtle Beach?
I’m reaching retirement age. In the past few years, golf has become my greatest passion, so I thought I should probably retire to somewhere that has plenty of courses. Myrtle Beach is at the top of my list. What are some of the best places to live in Myrtle Beach?
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- Prestwick: Home to the famous Prestwick Country Club, this neighborhood allows you to go golfing at a championship-caliber course whenever you want. It also has 11 tennis courts, restaurants, and parks. Plus, it’s divided into four subdivisions that offer different home sizes appealing to a variety of budgets.
- Market Common: Occupying the site of the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, Market Common is a planned community with both residential and commercial developments. Most of the neighborhood is brand new, but it offers several different styles of architecture to fit your styles and tastes.
- Grande Dunes: With two golf courses, a marina, a YMCA, and three distinct areas of the neighborhood, this master-planned community is resort-style living at its finest.