5001 N. King's Hwy., Myrtle Beach
One of Myrtle Beach real estate’s best-kept secrets, Summertree Village offers superb condos in a relaxed setting among moss-draped oaks. Just 200 yards from one of the greatest stretches of beach on the planet, the mostly 2-bedroom Summertree Village condos feature two full baths, full kitchen and two screened porches that are perfect for relaxing and enjoying the soothing sea breeze.
Amenities that come with owning one of these great Myrtle Beach condos include a heated indoor pool, outdoor pool, jacuzzi, and sauna, with gas grills available for great summertime feasts.
With a central location on the preferred north end of Myrtle Beach, Summertree Village offers convenient access to the restaurants and shopping that the Grand Strand offers. It is not too far from Broadway at the Beach, the Boardwalk, Carolina Opry, and even Restaurant Row's endless dining options. A short walk to the beach makes this the perfect residential condominium. Call us to see the available units!
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