Just off Spanish Oak Lane in Surfside Beach you’ll find the neighborhood of Mallard Landing Village that consists of only five streets. It’s a short walk or golf cart ride to the beach, near all of the local businesses that you’ll need to visit on a regular basis, and located just minutes from all of the major activities and attractions of Myrtle Beach. Nearby communities are Caropines and Surfside Beach Club both of which have a similar proximity to the sandy shores and the Surfside Beach Pier.
In this community, you’ll find a variety of bedroom layouts and square footage. The affordable homes that you’ll find in Mallard Landing Village at Surfside Beach offer you a quality lifestyle in an elegant setting.
Your new home in Mallard Landing Village is just a short drive to the beach access, great restaurants, entertainment for every member of your family, golf, and shopping. You can enjoy a stroll along the beach, join the neighbors for community events, and take in some of the first-class shows along the Grand Strand. Be sure to attend the festivals and events year round that capture the interest of the local residents; you’ll enjoy the pace of life as well as your new address in a peaceful, tropical setting.
When being a part of a friendly community adds to the enjoyment of your lifestyle, make sure that you visit the available homes in Mallard Landing Village with your BRG professional before you make a final decision about the offer that you want to extend.
This 3-bed, 2-bath home is located in Surfside Beach’s Mallard Lake neighborhood. It sits on a pie-shaped lot, one of the largest in any of the surrounding subdivisions. ...
Listing courtesy of CENTURY 21 Broadhurst , Chandler Wellons.
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