We all know that Myrtle Beach is one of the most popular coastal tourist destinations in the country, but what most do not realize is how small the local Myrtle Beach community actually is. With roughly 30,000 year-round residents, Myrtle Beach is actually categorized as a large town. That being said, there are plenty of amazing neighborhoods and Myrtle Beach communities to raise a family. Atlantic REM, your go-to real estate management company along the Grand Strand, is here to recommend a few communities to consider moving to, if you haven’t already!
There are around 20 neighborhoods in this area of Myrtle Beach right off of Highway 501 that provides a wide range of pricing. The Farm is one of the most popular neighborhoods for families, which boards an 8,000 square foot community clubhouse complete with a pool, basketball courts, playground and so much more. Homes in The Farm range from the $180’s to $400’s. Other popular family oriented neighborhoods include Avalon, Brighton Lakes, Plantation Lakes and Belle Grove.
The most up and coming section of Myrtle Beach is without a doubt The Market Common area. Every time one drives through, there are more homes being built. From the Reserve at Market Common to the Cottages at Sweetgrass Square, there is a wide range of pricing options for families of all shapes and sizes. Market Common is a spectacular community, not only because of it’s close proximity to the beach. Savannah’s Playground is a ton of fun for children of all ages. If you are searching for more of an adult atmosphere, stop by Gordon Biersch for a couple of cold beers or King Street Grille for one of their juicy burgers.