Homes and Condos on the Waterway in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach are both expanding the development along the Intracoastal Waterway in leaps and bounds. When you look at real estate prices along the Waterway in places like Boca Raton and Miami's bordering communities, you will see the prices for condos with boating and waterway access are usually more expensive than oceanfront units, perhaps because of the number available.  If you enjoy boating, jetskis, fishing, or the like, buying property on the Waterway in Myrtle Beach is the perfect option.

The Intracoastal in Myrtle Beach is further from the ocean, running parallel with Highway 17 Bypass and into some of the developments such as Carolina Forest. In North Myrtle Beach, it's no more than a few blocks from the beach. Developments such as Barefoot Resort even offer a shuttle service for residents and guests during the summer months. You can enjoy the golf and the Waterway access as well as an easy and pampered trip to the beachfront when you please.

Little River, north of North Myrtle Beach, has a huge group of condominiums and homes along the Waterway. Lightkeepers Village and Coquina Harbour border the Yacht basin and the Intracoastal and Sunset Harbor homes are some of the options for this type of location.

If you like the idea of freshwater, boat access, and watching the beautiful yachts go by from your back yard, a condo or home on the Intracoastal Waterway in Myrtle Beach might be a great place to look for your investment property on the Grand Strand!

Waterway Homes and Condos

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