Carolina Forest Real Estate
Waterway Homes for Sale in The Battery
The Battery on the Waterway is a gated community located on Myrtle Beach's Intracoastal Waterway. This very upscale community has 99 lots and is a unique Charleston-style neighborhood. All homes share a waterway view and every four waterfront estates share a four-slip boat dock. A rear alley entrance leads to the second row home sites, which overlook a lake for fishing, kayaking, and nature-watching. A biking/walking trail is just outside the gates that will take you over the bridge to the beach.
The first homes were built around 2012, but there are newer homes right up till the present, as well as lots, both waterfront and water view - no time frame and no builders. Homes range from around $600,000 to $900,000 on the water, and as low as $300,000 for second row/view homes. Lots start at around $160,000.
Most of the waterfront homes are 3 story mansions with elevators, pools, theater rooms, outdoor and multiple fireplaces, and lavish interiors. These amazing homes are selling for asking price in just a short time now because they offer so much, yet are still at a reasonable price compared to many comparable neighborhoods. Kids attend River Oaks Elementary, Ocean Bay Middle, and Carolina Forest High School
We are specialists in all Carolina Forest real estate. If you'd like to tour some of the magnificent homes in the Battery on the Waterway, call us and see what luxury is all about.
Welcome Home to The Battery on the Waterway. One of the most centrally located Gated communities in all of the Myrtle Beach Grand Strand. Bring your boat and kayaks becau...
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