The Market Common truly has it all: walkable parks, dining, shopping, entertainment, and easy access to the shore. Because of the amenities and convenient location, communities in the Market Common are highly desirable. Here, we share five single-family home communities to help you decide if Market Common living is right for you!
Experience an active coastal lifestyle by residing in the centrally-located Emmens Preserve. The homes in this community are beautifully constructed by the national homebuilding company, Lennar, and feature three to five bedrooms and up to four baths. Residents can choose from three collections of homes: The Arbor, The Heritage, and The Coastal Collections. There are around twenty different floor plans to choose from, ranging in size from 1,352 to 2,790 square feet and comparable in price to builders with similar home offerings. Amenities include a large pool and sunbathing area, a clubhouse, an exercise room, putting greens, bocce ball courts, outdoor kitchens, and a small outdoor amphitheater. In the past six months, homes in Emmens Preserve have had an average sales price of $451,563, and have spent an average of 63 days on the market. The central location of Emmens Preserve allows homeowners to be far enough from the hustle and bustle of Highway U.S. 17 traffic, but close enough to the wonderful dining, entertainment, and shopping of the Market Common and Myrtle Beach.
Residents of the Meridian will surely enjoy having the balance of nature and a convenient location in the Market Common. These quality homes were constructed by a national builder, D.R. Horton, featuring twelve different floor plans. Residents of the Meridian can choose one-story or two-story homes with a size range of 1,343 to 2,804 square feet and three to five bedrooms. Amenities include walking and nature trails, a large pool and hot tub, a clubhouse, a fire pit, and a pickleball court. This mid-priced community has had an average sales price of $390,952 for the past six months, with homes spending an average of 79 days on the market. Due to its location along Highway U.S. 17, the Meridian is just minutes from downtown Market Common, Coastal Grand Mall, Myrtle Beach International Airport, Myrtle Beach State Park, and more!
The natural gas community of Balmoral at Withers Preserve offers estate-size homesites built by Beazer Homes. Residents have the option of one-story or two-story living with models ranging in size from 1,980 to over 3,400 square feet. There are five-floor plans to choose from offering three to six bedrooms and at least two baths. Residents of Balmoral can enjoy a pool and clubhouse, walking and biking paths, a low HOA, and proximity to golf courses. In the past six months, homes in this upscale community had an average sales price of $733,750 and spent an average of 72 days on the market. Enjoy convenience and comfort by living just a golf cart ride away from all the Market Common has to offer.
Cresswind is a beautiful, 55+ active adult community that has been featured as one of the top 50 Best Master-Planned Communities in the U.S. The homes in Cresswind are beautifully designed with accommodations and elegant touches for safe and refined living. Amenities include a fitness center, a swimming pool, a tennis court, outdoor fireplaces, a ballroom, a spa, horseshoe courts, bocce ball courts, and a five-acre walking and biking trail. In the past six months, homes in Cresswind have had an average sales price of $535,606 with time spent on the market averaging 40 days. Enjoy retirement without sacrificing an active lifestyle by residing in Cresswind.
Belle Harbor is a lovely master-planned community filled with 340 homes constructed by Lennar homebuilders. Residents can choose from two home collections, the Arbor Collection and the Coastal Collection. All homes range in size from 1,772 to 2,799 square feet and include a two or three-car garage. There are 226 homes in the Arbor Collection with three to five bedrooms and 114 homes in the Coastal Collection with three to four bedrooms. Amenities include a pool, pickleball courts, a community fireplace, a cabana with picnic tables, and a reasonably priced HOA fee. Belle Harbor is just a golf cart ride away from the dining, shopping, and entertainment districts of the Market Common, and less than two miles from the beach and nature trails. Homes in Belle Harbor have an average sales price of $488,965 and spend an average of 77 days on the market, according to housing data from the past six months. Belle Harbor is a charming community with homes and amenities to fit your family’s coastal lifestyle.
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