Not Your Typical Forclosure May 30 2018 22112

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This home is built on the Intracoastal Waterway and has 3 boat lifts, enclosed pool, hot tub outdoor kitchen, hurricane resistant construction, whole house generator and an electrical system that is state of the art. The is only a voluntary H.O.A. so no fees if you prefer. Golf cart ride to the beach! The Intracoastal Waterway runs from Massachusetts  to Texas. Good information on this link:   http://traveltips.usatoday.com/intracoastal-waterway-103173.html

To see all of the picture of this home check out this link! http://betht.homesofmyrtlebeach.com/property/33-1811012-1002-Old-Bridge-Rd-Myrtle-Beach-SC-29572

Distance to the beach!

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Beth Tindall

A Long Term Local to help you "Make the Move!" Beth has plenty of history with the Grand Strand Area, Her father was born in Georgetown County and he grew up in the Browns Ferry area. He joine....

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