Grier Crossing is a development of new construction homes just off Hwy 701 and Long Avenue Extension, about 6 miles outside the city limits of Conway and very close to Hwy 22 - a direct shot to both North Myrtle Beach and Restaurant Row.
This is a neighborhood of 84 homes by several different builders, with three and four bedroom single family homes or cottages mostly in the Craftsman style. This country design offers a covered front porch, vinyl siding, sodded yards, electric 2-car garages, and a safe neighborhood with streetlights and mature trees to offer shade and beauty. Started in 2013, lots are still available as well as homes that are under construction.
The homes include many upgrades such as granite countertops, open floor plan with lots of windows, vaulted ceilings, walk-in closets, and designer kitchens with stainless appliances, and can be customized to suit the buyer. Prices range from about $150,000 to just under $200,000. Lots are nice and large, with sodded yards and fences.
HOA fees are under $30 a month and county property taxes are low. Children will attend Homewood Elementary, Whittemore Park Middle School, and Conway High School.
If you're looking to build a new home that's affordable and away from the beach traffic, yet close enough to enjoy everything it offers, this is a good place to begin your search. Let us be your buyer's agent to protect your interests and negotiate for you. Call us today.
Welcome home to this 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home located in the quiet community of Grier Crossing in Conway. This home includes tall vaulted ceilings throughout the living...
Listing courtesy of Century 21 Barefoot Realty , Kevin Mills.
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