There are many 55+ communities along the Grand Strand. These planned communities often boast an array of amenities that cater to seniors, usually those who live an active lifestyle. Some of these communities only require a certain number of residents to be 55 or older, leaving the chance that a young family can become your neighbor. But, many are restricted, and all residents are older than age 55 — the appeal of the 55+ community to be close to hospitals, shopping, and dining.
There is often a security aspect such as a staffed gate or on-site patrols. A huge draw for many is living among peers as you find in Myrtle Beach retirement rental communities. Many 55+ communities often wrap up your expenses (including utilities, taxes, insurance) into one lump sum. Amenities vary by neighborhood, but generally speaking, often consist of a master clubhouse and exercise facilities, indoor/outdoor pools, hobby and craft clubs, travel clubs, security, and maintenance. Around here, you’ll find communities offering golf courses, marinas, tennis courts, on-site health care, restaurants, professional entertainment, walking trails, billiards rooms, card rooms, library/media center, bocce courts, lakes for fishing, and many other lifestyle-related options.
Cresswind Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach, SC is located in The Market Common, close to the theater, restaurants, dining, and a walking trail. Carillon at Tuscany Myrtle Beach is tucked away off of Highway 501 and Lakeside Crossing Myrtle Beach, actually located in Conway. These are some of the best places to retire Myrtle Beach. There are several Myrtle Beach 55+ mobile home parks, as well.
If you’re interested in touring any of these 55+ communities along the Grand Strand, please call your Myrtle Beach real estate agent at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Elliott Coastal Living today!
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