Don’t miss this immaculate and tastefully decorated open concept 3 bedroom / 2 bath home in a much-desired section of Myrtle Beach. The house is less than three years old with one owner (never rented) that has several upgrades and features on a nearly quarter acre lot backed up to woods in Forestbrook Preserve. Enjoy entertaining in the gourmet kitchen of your dreams complete with stainless steel appliances, white staggered cabinets, massive white ceramic farmhouse sink, granite countertops with bar top, custom pendant lights, large pantry and subway tile backsplash. The focal point of the vaulted family room is a beautiful gas fireplace with a herringbone Carrara marble hearth. Next to the family room is a large multi-use Carolina room with French pocket doors that brings in lots of natural light and perfect for an office or reading room. Extra square feet was added to the tranquil master suite. The relaxing master bath includes a soaking tub, walk-in shower and double sinks with vanity makeup counter. The master bedroom has vaulted ceilings, large walk in closet and an enlarged window overlooking the peaceful backyard. The oversized backyard is perfect for relaxing on the patio (pergola included) or grilling out. Also included is a spacious two car garage with attic storage. Quiet neighborhood with low HOA fees and a community pool less than 15-minutes from the ocean with easy access to main highways and great schools. This is truly like buying a new construction home without the wait to build. Rush now and don’t delay seeing this excellently valued and desirable property!
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Southern Shores , Paige Bird. Selling Office: Beach Realty Group , LK Coastal Team.
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