Myrtle Beach, SC / ACCESSWIRE / July 24, 2014 / Jerry Pinkas Real Estate Experts are announcing their latest property listings in the Carolina Forest community of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Listings include condominiums, lots ready to build, and single family homes. The area includes a wide variety of housing to accommodate different household sizes and budgets.
Myrtle Beach is well-known as a destination for water sports, vacationing, dining, and shopping. One of the most popular areas in town to live, the Forest development serves as home to thousands of families, and includes many popular amenities that the whole community enjoys. A large $21 million recreation center serves as a focal point of the area, boasting 21,000 square feet of space which includes a gym and walking path. The center is free for county residents, and offers classes for fitness and recreation. Multipurpose meeting rooms are available for residents to reserve. The neighborhood features several highly-rated public schools, as well as a library and university.
Neighborhoods in the Forest range from condominiums like Turnberry Park, to luxury executive estates found in Plantation Lakes. Many of them offer premium water features, such as the junior Olympic swimming pool at Avalon, the lap pool and pristine lakes at Brighton Lakes, or the shared boat docks offered at The Battery on the Waterway, an upscale community overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway.
Residents seeking larger lot sizes and a semi-rural lifestyle are attracted to Black Creek Plantation. The single family residences and custom estates at Black Creek are scattered among trees and sprawling lots up to three acres. Some properties come with barns and full support for the equestrian lifestyle.
Families with children attending elementary school can choose properties in the Waterford Plantation community. Waterford Plantation is equipped for plenty of community recreation in the warm weather enjoyed for much of the year. The amenities center has a pool with covered cabana and bar, a sand volleyball court, tennis, basketball, and a children's playground. The development is also just a short walk from Carolina Forest Elementary.
History of this master planned community began in the 1990s when much of the land was sold by the industrial owners, and two main roadways were developed. Over the next twenty years, 35,000 residents have moved to the area, and three schools have built to accommodate elementary, middle, and high school students. Coastal Carolina University has expanded to nearly 10,000 students. A weekly newspaper serves the area and a civic association is available to address resident concerns.
Readers who are interested in Myrtle Beach real estate can speak with a professional at Jerry Pinkas Real Estate Experts by contacting them through their website or calling 843-839-9870.
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