North Myrtle Beach Golf Course Condos

Search North Myrtle Beach golf course condos for sale & real estate in North Myrtle Beach, SCGolfing is one of North Myrtle Beach’s most popular pastimes. Not surprisingly, there is an abundance of golf course condo communities in the city. Golf course condos in North Myrtle Beach combine beach access with premier golfing opportunities. Barefoot Resort is perhaps the most well-known in the region, thanks to its four courses designed by legends like Pete Dye and Greg Norman. For information about North Myrtle Beach golf course properties for sale or to schedule a private condo showing, contact your Myrtle Beach real estate experts today.

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Want to purchase a condo in North Myrtle Beach? Call Preston Guyton at CRG Companies (843) 283-1493. Your neighborhood North Myrtle Beach real estate agents and agents are here to help with the Myrtle Beach condominium market.

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Homes in golf course condo communities range from modest one-bedroom units, some of which are available for around $100,000, to ultra-luxurious penthouse units in beachfront high-rise buildings priced at more than a million.

In addition to world-class golfing, these condos offer renters and residents access to the other attractions of North Myrtle Beach. Whether it’s a deep-sea fishing expedition or a birdwatching stroll through Heritage Shores Nature Preserve, the city has outdoor recreation to please every enthusiast. Residents can spend their evenings dining out at some of the finest sea food restaurants in South Carolina, like the Flying Fish Public Market and Grill, or simply relaxing on well-kept beaches like Cherry Grove or Crescent Beach.

This is the perfect time to buy a unit in a North Myrtle Beach golf condo.

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