Do you enjoy a challenging game of golf, being outdoors in a beautiful environment, and spectacular views just outside your doorstep? If you answered yes, then you should take a look at the properties available in The Enclave community at Litchfield Beach. The homes that you’ll find in The Enclave feature three, four, and five bedroom design. You’ll find from 2,100 to nearly 3,000 heated square feet in the homes that range in price from the mid $200s to upwards of $400K and beyond. The homes include granite countertops, stainless appliances, custom cabinets, and special architectural features that add a touch of elegance to your home. You’ll love the vaulted and tray ceilings, and the crown moldings.
If you enjoy spending quality time with your family at the beach, it’s only a short drive from your new address; you can sit under your umbrella, wiggle your toes in the surf, or watch the people stroll by as they search for shells. You’ll be very close to Brookgreen Gardens, outstanding museums of historical value to the Low Country, and entertainment venues. From exceptional restaurants to fitness centers to excellent shopping locations you’ll never be at a loss for things to do in your new tropical community at The Enclave.
Some nearby communities that you may also consider are the single family homes available in Prince Creek or Wachesaw Plantation which are two great Murrells Inlet communities. For more information call Beach Realty Group at 843-267-4627.
The Enclave @ Pawleys Island is a marsh front subdivision with a community dock and pool. Fish and launch your kayaks on the creek or paddle out to the inlet and the ocea...
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