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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Airy Oceanfront Home for Sale
2406 N. Ocean Blvd., #604, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577
Animated Myrtle Beach sits on South Carolina's northern coast and is the site of this airy sixth floor condominium for sale. In a pink highrise beachside building called The Palms Resort, it has one bedroom, one bath, 588 square feet and was built in 1981. The asking price is $199,900.
The interior has pinkish tile, peach walls with and a white ceiling. A Murphy bed is against one wall. The room-wide windows and sliding glass door at the end of the living area offer sweeping views of the ocean, sky and bustling beach.
White cabinets, white/pink granite countertops and white appliances populate the kitchen. The bedroom is large enough for two beds and has a window.
The somewhat oddly shaped bath has three mirrors and a shower and tub.
Amenities include a private beachfront pool, a fitness center and secure parking. The beach is just a few feet away.
The HOA fee is $219 per month.
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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina:
Myrtle Beach sits along South Carolina's famous Grand Strand, a 60-mile stretch of wide white beaches, golf courses, shopping venues, dinner theaters, theme parks, nightclubs and restaurants. A dozen resort towns are located within the Strand, and Myrtle Beach (population 35,000) is the largest.
The city is popular with tourists, drawing 16 million of them each year, and it is a favorite with "snowbirds." Spring Breakers come every March, and nearly a quarter million Harley Davidson motorcyclists arrive each fall for Bike Week.
There is always something to do, from fishing charters and cruises to snorkeling and Jet Skiing. Broadway at the Beach is a shopping center with 100 specialty shops, eateries, hotels and a lake. Golfers love the 120 public and private courses in and around town. The long white oceanfront beaches are beautiful but often crowded.
The map says the Waves Hotel, but the Palms is the center building.
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