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Market Common

This master-planned community offers many neighborhoods with their own unique home designs, from a Charleston-style flair to the upscale 4-bedroom homes of Emmens Preserve, most within walking distance of the many restaurants and shops of the Market Common district. The area is a great place to live if you’re looking for something different. There are so many homes with prices that fit any budget, from condos or townhomes all the way up through brick executive houses and brightly colored Charleston-style houses!

Market Common Homes
Homes vary widely from brick executive homes in various sizes to brightly colored Charleston-style houses to stylish condos and townhomes, many right in the shopping district. Home buyers in the area have a variety of homes to choose from, with more modern homes in new developments most prevalent. However there are still some older developments that were on base before it became popularized as “Market Commons”. These communities include Seagate Village and Windsor Gate which can be found tucked away between Horry Georgetown Technical College or downtown Myrtle Beach near ‘Bark Park’.

Living in Market Common
This popular location features an excellent pool and other amenities. Some residents can become members of The Market Residential Amenity, which boasts a large swimming area with two hot tubs and a lazy river! One of the most popular reasons for living in the neighborhood is the close proximity of the Market Common shopping district. Residents enjoy many of the amazing restaurants like Travinia, Gordon Biersch, and Co-Sushi. Take a quick bike ride to the specialty coffee shop, Grand Strand Coffee, or indulge in donuts at Peace, Love, & Donuts.

Popular events are held year-round and seasonally including the farmer’s market, arts festivals, concerts, and holiday celebrations with complimentary carriage rides.

Popular Neighborhoods in Market Common
The Reserve
Belle Harbor
Emmens Preserve

Browse All Market Common Neighborhoods
Belle Harbor
Cottages At Farrow Parkway
Emmens Preserve
Estates at Withers Preserve
Highlands At Withers Preserve
Lakeside Battery
Monarch Estates
Park Place
Sanctuary at Withers Preserve
Sweetgrass Square
The Battery at Market Common
Wentworth Row
West Lake at Montrose


How close is Market Common to the beach?
The beach by Springmaid Pier is only a 5 minute drive from the main MC area. Myrtle Beach State Park is located about 5 minutes down Hwy 17 with beautiful trails and beaches with picnic tables.

Which schools are located by Market Common?
The school districts may vary depending on the exact address, but residents can expect one of the nearby schools: Lakewood Elementary School, Myrtle Beach Middle School, or Myrtle Beach High School.

Do the neighborhoods in Market Common have amenities?
Most of the neighborhoods include a pool and other amenities like a clubhouse. Some residents can become members of The Market Common Residential Amenity, which boasts a large pool, a kiddie pool, a lazy river, two hot tubs, hammocks for relaxing, ping pong tables, and a well-equipped fitness room.

Nearby Communities

Carolina Forest
Carolina Forest is a highly sought-after community for those who want to live just outside the Myrtle Beach area. The 9,000+ acres are strategically located close to beautiful beaches and all the unique communities along the Grand Strand from Murrells Inlet all the way to North Myrtle Beach.

Grande Dunes
This community offers luxury homes in private communities with some of the best amenities in the Grand Strand. Grande Dunes Golf Club, Marina at Grande Dunes, the clubhouse with dining, swimming pools, spas, and a fitness center, and more are available to residents of Grande Dunes.

Intracoastal Waterway
If you’re looking for a luxurious home with an intracoastal view, this is the perfect place to live. Homeowners looking for a quick escape from their busy lives will find themselves at home on one of the many luxurious properties along the waterway. Some of the homes offer gorgeous views and easy access, whether you’re coming or going!
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