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Surfside Beach Club - Lake Forest

Price Range:
$307,000 - $400,000
Surfside Beach
843-215-2600
Kessinger Dr., Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
Map/Directions
Builder(s): - Bill Clark Homes - SC

Features:

Gated Community of Friends

  • Traditional and Mediterranean Exteriors Available
  • Plans can be customized for your lifestyle
  • 3 bedrooms, 2/2.5 baths – optional 4th bedroom
  • Hardwood, ceramic tile, and carpeting
  • All kitchen appliances
  • Walk-up Attic Storage (per plan)
  • Side-load 2-car garage – optional 3rd car
  • Landscaping & Irrigation
  • Full Amenities Center includes:  Clubhouse with Full Kitchen, Card Room, Library, Meeting Center, and Fitness Center
  • Jr. Olympic-size Pool
  • Lighted sidewalks
  • Waterview Lots

Builder:  Bill Clark Homes
Sales:  Welcome Center Open
Hours:  Mon-Sat 10-5 Closed on Sundays
Phone:  843-215-2600, 800-831-9758

Prices subject to change.

Overview:

Surfside Beach Club is a gated community offering new homes south of the Grand Strand, located less than 2 miles from the gorgeous Atlantic Ocean and just a golf cart ride from Surfside Beach Fishing Pier. Surfside Beach Club is minutes from the Myrtle Beach International Airport, local hospitals, excellent restaurants, great shopping, and various entertainment venues.

Homes in the Lake Forest section are luxurious and feature large homesites. Amenities galore top this neighborhood’s appeal. Lake Forest at Surfside Beach Club offers English style homes with Southern Sophistication and upscale included features. There are 6 floor plans from 1,841 square feet and up.

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Map/Directions

Directions to this community:

From North Myrtle Beach, SC:
Follow Hwy 17 past Hwy 707 and Farrow Pkwy.
After Hwy 544 , take a left into Surfside Beach Club.

From Pawleys Island, SC:
Follow Hwy 17 past Glens Bay Road.
Take a right into Surfside Beach Club. 

Photos & Information

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Lake Forest Exteriors

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Surfside Beach Club Scenery

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Amenities

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Activities

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Site Plan

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About the Area:

Surfside Beach, SC

Surfside Beach, called by many The Family Beach, is on the Atlantic Ocean in the heart of South Carolina’s Grand Strand. Its two miles of pristine beach are directly south of Myrtle Beach. The temperate climate draws vacationers year-round, and many of them decide to remain, to relocate, or retire in this balmy climate.

Established during the Camelot days of the early 1960s, townsfolk have taken care to preserve the familial atmosphere with a historical fishing pier, community recreational parks, and family-style restaurants. Sandcastle building is a popular pastime along with watching seagulls lunge in the surf seeking supper.