1900 S Ocean Blvd
North Myrtle Beach, SC
During the condo boom in the mid-2000's several resorts were developed, all under the "Keyes" name. Laguna Keyes was first, then Crescent Keyes, and finally Bluewater Keyes.
Crescent Keyes may be the more popular of the three, located in the favored Crescent Beach section and convenient both to Main Street in Ocean Drive as well as near Barefoot Landing and all it offers with restaurants and entertainment.
The 14-story building features indoor and outdoor pools, 2 lazy rivers, kiddie pools, a jacuzzi, and a glass-enclosed exercise room. There are less than 100 units in the towers, and luxury penthouses occasionally available for purchase.
The condos are floor to ceiling glass with 9-inch ceilings and spacious floorplans. Laundry rooms are included in all units, with ceiling fans in most rooms to add that lazy "beach feeling". If you're lucky enough to get a penthouse, you'll have your own secure parking and entrance, with designer kitchens and furnishings and everything else to make it the luxury condo you've dreamed of.
Crescent Keyes condos are available in 2 and 3 bedroom units, and range from $300-400K in price. This is definitely one resort you'll need to tour in your search for the perfect North Myrtle Beach condo!
Don't miss your opportunity to own this 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo on the 12th floor of Crescent Keyes. This unit features an open floor plan of the main living areas, m...
Listing courtesy of Century 21 Barefoot Realty , Kevin Mills.
This beautifully decorated and spacious condo has views of the ocean and in the evening enjoy the beautiful sunset views. Balcony access from the living room w/see thru ...
Listing courtesy of Condo-World Inc , Lynn Clyburn.
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