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Are you considering relocating to the Myrtle Beach area, with its mix of cultural entertainments ranging from theater festivals to motorcycle rallies? Or, perhaps having one of the finest beach strands on the Atlantic coast within a short drive appeals to you? Do you enjoy biking or golfing, tennis, or kicking back at the marina? If so, consider the opportunities for enjoying the Myrtle Beach Experience showcased at Mt. Gilead.
Most of the homes in this subdivision were built custom - no cookie cutter tract houses here. All of them are designed, in one way or another to reflect both the Southern charm of the community and to blend in nicely with their surroundings. Many are new enough construction that they're LEED certified in some aspects - whether it's an energy efficient central cooling system, or better insulation (which, even though Myrtle Beach doesn't get snow, helps reduce energy costs in the summer).
Because of how this subdivision was built, and when, there's been some turnover among ownership, and there are a nice range of houses on the market, scaling in price from roughly $300,000 to the low millions. These properties and these homes are retaining their value well; their median selling price is pretty close to the list price. This compares amazingly well, where housing prices have collapsed, and is a strong indicator of the most important factor in today's housing market: Retained value after purchase.
Making the most of Mt. Gilead depends on what you want out of it. All of the amenities are available, from access to historical sites, to traipsing through lightly wooded marshland, watching the birds and enjoying the sunset and flowers, to recreational boating on the nearby lakes. And, of course, it's Myrtle Beach - which means there's plenty of golf to be had, with uncrowded tee times and lovely weather to enjoy the greens with. There's even more if you want to have a social life outside the golf course or the beach - Myrtle Beach (and the Murrells Inlet area) have an extensive local arts community rich in musicians, artists and a highly regarded repertory theater company.
If you're looking to spend your senior years enjoying sunsets over the bay, and shooting eighteen holes during the afternoons, Myrle Beach is the destination for you. Even if you aren't ready to retire yet, Mt. Gilead is nestled into one of Myrtle Beach's better school districts, with small classes and a high teacher to pupil ratio; there are even two magnet schools within the Mt. Gilead bussing area.
In short, if Myrtle Beach is your destination, Mt. Gilead's range of beautiful houses may very well be your home. Come contact us to learn more.Modify Search Criteria
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