One of the newest large developments along the Highway 90 corridor is called Sugarloaf. At present (2023) 100 homesites have been designated, bordered by two small ponds and adjacent to a beautiful big lake. It's a natural gas community, and plans for the near future include a pool, cabana, and biking/walking trails around the lake.
Sugarloaf homes will offer 10 floorplans, both single and two stories, with 3 to 6 bedrooms. Sizes will range from 1260 to 2833 sq ft with landscaped lots and lake views from some. Kids will attend Waccamaw Elementary, Black Water Middle School, and the much-desired Carolina Forest High School. Prices will range from the high $200,000's to the high $300,000's. At this time there are both finished homes and lots to build on available.
Highway 90 runs from Little River to Conway, and has post office designations from both, as well as Longs. Sugarloaf is considered to be Conway, although just a mile or so from Hadley Springs and Wakefield. All of these communities are less than 15 minutes from North Myrtle Beach, and very close to the Highway 22 exit, which takes you out to Restaurant Row. There, you will find dozens of the best restaurants, Walmart, the Outlet Mall, and the beaches of Shore Drive.
With its great amenities, Sugarloaf promises to be one of the best new communities along the Highway 90 area. Let us be your buyer's agent and deal with the builders for you. Call or contact us today for more information.
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