The Lakes, Myrtle Beach, SC Homes for Sale

Homes for Sale in The Lakes

Shhhh. We're going to let you in on a secret community just west of Surfside Beach. Although the Holmestown Rd area is listed as Myrtle Beach, it is just minutes to Surfside's residential beaches.

The Lakes gives you the best of Surfside without the price. Developed in the late 90's this community includes homes that boast modern, spacious designs with 1,800 feet or more of living space, open areas for children to play, and plenty of mature trees and natural oaks to keep the natural beauty of the area. Multiple scenic lakes give most of the homes a water view and the community its name.

These 3 and 4 bedroom custom homes range in price from the low $300,000's to as much as $550,000. Some have extra large lots as well as private decks on the lake. Most have all the luxury appointments such as granite countertops, chef's kitchens, fireplaces, and many windows to take advantage of the views. You'll also find a membership-only pool and clubhouse, yet low HOA fees under $50 a month. 

Water Views of The Lakes

This area hasn't been overrun by the golf course designers, but it's still got a couple of noteworthy courses that are within an easy drive. You can expect less waiting for tee times and lower membership fees around Surfside. For hardcore golf enthusiasts, Myrtle Beach is just a few miles up the coast. Children will attend Burgess Elementary, and St. James Middle and High Schools.

Home for Sale in The Lakes

If you like the south Strand, consider the beautiful waterfront homes in The Lakes in Myrtle Beach. Give our office a call and we can take you on a tour to see the available properties.

Homes in The Lakes

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