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Carillon at Tuscany

Price Range:
$180,000 - $230,000
Myrtle Beach
843-903-7230
4073 Belle Terre Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Map/Directions
Builder(s): - D.R. Horton

Features:

  • Clubhouse features a spacious outdoor sunporch overlooking the oversized pool
  • 2,000 sq, ft. state of the art fitness center
  • Game room with billiards table, darts, card tables, movie theatre
  • Newly built asphalt Tennis Courts
  • Best D.R. Horton Ranch floor plans
  • 10 miles of wilderness trails for walking, biking, or a leisurely golf cart ride
  • 40 acres of lake to fish
  • Lawn maintenance around homes includes irrigation system
  • Just minutes from Beach, Mall, Airport, Outlets, and all Myrtle Beach attractions

Builder:  D.R. Horton, Inc.
Sales:  On Site Sales
Model Now Open
Hours:  Mon-Sat 10-6, Sun 12-6
Phone:  843-903-7230

Overview:

Carillon at Tuscany is a premier gated entry, active adult community. Carillon’s resort-style seaside atmosphere offers luxury, location, and a lifestyle unmatched in the Myrtle Beach area. These single family homes have open, spacious, well-planned interiors with first floor master suites. All constructed by D.R. Horton, America’s #1 Builder, with unparalleled skill and craftsmanship.

Available Listings

  To sort, click column header  |  $$$ = Move-In Special
Lot # Ready Story Br/Ba SF Plan Price Features
Move-in Ready 1.5 4/3 1947 Bluffton $239,475 Details

Map/Directions

Directions to this community:

From Hwy 17 Bypass:
Take the Hwy 501 North exit.
Then take the Forestbrook exit off 501.
At the end of the exit, turn left.
Go under the bridge and turn right at the next stoplight onto Belle Terre Blvd.
Follow this road to the entrance to Tuscany.

Photos & Information

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Exterior & Interiors

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Amenities

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Site Plan

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About the Area:

Myrtle Beach, SC

Myrtle Beach is the largest city on the Grand Strand with more than 25,000 residents. Before European explorers discovered the area, Waccamaw and Winyah Indians named it Chicora, meaning “the land.” It was part of the Withers family property in 1900 when Burroughs and Collins, a timber and turpentine company, constructed a railroad to the beach and built the first hotel called Seaside Inn (oceanfront lots sold then for $25).

A group of investors set the tone for the resort in the 1920’s when it opened the 300-room Ocean Forest Hotel with indoor and outdoor pools, a health club, horse stables and the area’s first golf club. It was torn down to make way for new development with the exception of the golf club, now the Pine Lakes International Country Club, to which Golf Digest awards a four-star rating.

In 1936, the Intracoastal Waterway opened to pleasure boats and commercial shipping, followed in 1940 by the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, which patrolled coastal waters during World War II.

Today you can find a golf course within 15 minutes of wherever you are, dine at more than 1,700 restaurants, jet ski, windsurf, sail, or kayak. When evening falls, choose from Broadway musicals jousting tournaments, big-name concerts, and variety venues at a dozen world-class theaters. The shopping is equally fabulous, ranging from thrifty outlets to unique boutiques. Myrtle Beach has it all!