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Saturday, September 5, 2015

Homes for Sale in Marina Bay and Marina Bay Colony


Some of the most extravagant, fashionable houses in North Myrtle Beach are in the small community of Marina Bay. These enormous homes are referred to as “Charleston Style”. They are most often 3 stories with 4-6 bed/4-6 baths, in sizes up to 6000 square feet. Homes that face Doc Holiday’s Marina have private docks on the Intracoastal Waterway.



There are a wide variety of prices depending on the size and location. Smaller houses which are not on the water, start around $600,000 while the largest with boat access and water views sell for several million. These homes have every upgrade you can think of. Many have pools and all have designer kitchens, vaulted ceilings and multi-car garages. There are home sites available on which to build your own custom house which sell for $150,000 to $300,000 depending on whether they are on the water or interior lots.

A suburb of Marina Bay, Marina Bay Colony opened in 2014, featuring smaller more affordable homes priced around $300,000. These houses are not as wide as Marina Bay homes but they are still 3 stories with a 2 car garage on the first floor, 2,600-2,800 square feet and 5 beds/4-5 baths. Most homes have distant views of the water although some have direct access to the Waterway. There is a community pool and the streets have been professionally landscaped.

Just off highway 17 this neighborhood is not only beautiful, it is conveniently located. Outback, Carrabbas, and Mellow Mushroom are all nearby. Walmart, Home Depot, Lowes, and the newest shopping center, North Coast Center are a short golf course ride away. Surf Golf and Beach Club is less than 2 miles away. The beach and Grand Strand are about 4 miles away.



Whether you are looking for a mansion on the Intracoastal Waterway or smaller, less expensive home with just as much style you have to see this amazing community. Call today and let us show you the incredible homes for sale at Marina Bay.



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