Myrtle Beach, SC Golf Real Estate
In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, golf course homes line along the links as well as on the pristine ocean. With more than 120 amazing golf courses here, there's a lot to choose from if you're looking for a golf course home in the Myrtle Beach area.
Golf Homes For Sale in Myrtle Beach SC
|All Listings||$100,000 - $200,000||$200,000 - $300,000|
|$300,000 - $400,000||$400,000 - $500,000||$500,000 - $600,000|
|$600,000 - $700,000||$700,000 - $800,000||$800,000 - $900,000|
|$900,000 - $1,000,000||Over $1,000,000|
3770 Hopsewee Drive
9001 Kings Rd
1431 Brookgreen Drive
9316 Cove Drive
4695 Seclusion Lane
4731 Cloisters Lane
7854 San Marcello Drive
4754 Cloisters Lane
3771 Rice Hope Ct
4723 Cloisters Lane
Myrtle Beach Golf Course Homes
Living beside a golf course might be the perfect way to escape overcrowding and neighborhood traffic. Here, among the golf course homes Myrtle Beach has to offer, the most you'll have to put up with is an occasional stray ball – and with many of the courses catering to experienced veterans of the game, it's not likely.
When it comes to pricing for Myrtle Beach luxury golf homesites, a couple general trends have emerged. For example, houses on the left side of a fairway often cost a bit more than those on the right, because the most common error among golfers is slicing the ball right of the desired target. As well, pricing is usually lower for homesites near the 150 yard marker at each hole, because that's where most drives land. Another general rule is that homesites near the putting green cost ten to 15 percent more than sites near the tee boxes, due to occasional noise and errant balls.
So what can you expect to pay for a Myrtle Beach luxury golf homes? Depending on the golf community, it can be anywhere from about $300,000 for a villa or condo to seven figures for a large home. You'll find average pricing among golf course homesites at about 6-$700,000 for a single family home. One way to shop around might be to hit the links and see what surrounds them. High-end buyers take note: Myrtle Beach waterfront and ocean golf course communities are also available.
Myrtle Beach Luxury Golf Communities
For those who want a bit of exclusivity, the Grand Strand is home to many private and semi-private resort communities, among them Grande Dunes Country Club, The Reserve Golf Club, and Barefoot Resort & Golf. Course designers for these multi-billion dollar sites include almost every big golf name you can think of, from Nick Price and Greg Norman to Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer. Because so much real estate is tied to resorts here, amenities for your Myrtle Beach luxury golf home are going to include everything – pools, private spas, tennis courts, and of course, unlimited green times.
Myrtle Beach has long been one of the U.S. bastions of golf. And while the Grand Strand still caters to pros and serious golfers, people who just want to enjoy a game now and then can also find a wide selection of playable courses here. The sheer number of courses in the area means there's always a Myrtle Beach luxury golf home on the market to suit your needs.
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