One of the most exclusive and beautiful communities in North Myrtle Beach is on an island. The Intracoastal Waterway by the Swing Bridge has an island in the middle, surrounded by water with a bridge to allow access. The bridge is gated, giving the homes there the most security possible.
And the homes are amazing showcases! Although you would call them "raised beach homes" most of these houses have the look of an estate home, with porch columns and stairs similar to opera houses. The indoors are built to maximize the panoramic water views, with every impressive upgrade. Backyard pools light up the outdoor cooking areas, barbecue pits, and party furnishings.
Many of the homes were built in the early 2000's, but there are many lots available as well, so new homes will be built all the time. Established luxury four-plus bedroom homes range in price from around $700,000 to over a million, and homesites are priced from $150,000 to the mid $200,000's for direct waterfront. Most waterfront homes offer private boat docks.
If you are looking for a private luxury home with sparkling water that you can jet ski, canoe, kayak, or take a boat to deep water, Paradise Island homes offer a true paradise. Call us for a tour to see these fabulous waterfront homes.
Beautiful ICW lot in the prestigious community of Paradise Island. Bring your offers today. All lot measurements are approximate and must be verified by the buyer(s) pri...
Listing courtesy of Beach & Country Realty , Paula Ryan.
Paradise Island Direct Waterway Residential lot! Lot is level and has shared boat dock & bulk head. Ready to build your dream home! Low HOA fees & great location.
Listing courtesy of North Beach Realty , Chris Sarratt.
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