Plantation Heights is a luxury home development just off 38th Avenue North, several blocks from the intersection of Grissom Parkway, and in the heart of Myrtle Beach. This is one of the most perfect locations in Myrtle Beach, between Business and Bypass 17, and a short golf cart ride to the beach.
The homes here are custom-built, mostly brick, and 3, 4, and 5 bedrooms. Most homes have all the upgrades, with hardwood flooring, trey ceilings, designer kitchens, and elegant baths. Yards are manicured, often fenced in, and always tasteful. A pond with fountains offers some homes a water view to enjoy. Streets are designed to offer many cul-de-sacs. Prices range from the $300's to $400's or more. There are homes around 8 years old as well as brand new.
Plantation Heights is situated near schools, shopping, restaurants, entertainment, and medical facilities. A shopping center on 38th Ave at the Bypass has a grocery store, drug store, fast food and several restaurants, and there are branches of most every bank up and down the streets nearby. Kids attend Myrtle Beach Elementary, Middle, and High Schools.
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Location, Location, Location!! 4 bedroom, 2 bath All brick home with an open and spacious split floor plan. Beautiful custom wood flooring. Kitchen features granite count...
Listing courtesy of Sands Realty, LLC , Michelle Autin.
Welcome to this immaculate 4 bedroom 3 bathroom home located in the highly sought after neighborhood of Plantation Heights. Seller is offering a credit towards flooring o...
Listing courtesy of Callaway Estates , Connor Callaway.
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