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Searching for a home in Myrtle Beach will take you to many lovely communities including Oak Forest which is located just minutes from the Market Common District with many boutiques, salons, grocers, theatres, and outstanding restaurants, this up-and-coming area is one of the most highly sought-after areas along the Grand Strand.  This small community is composed of homes that are generally ten to fifteen years old but you will be able to find some new construction properties in the neighborhood.  With mature landscapes Oak Forest may be exactly what you are looking for with your next real estate purchase.

Your new address in Oak Forest near Market Common will be convenient to all types of cuisine that you could ever want; the shopping opportunities are endless along the Grand Strand and the major activities and attractions of Myrtle Beach are just a short drive away.  You can visit Brookgreen Gardens, Huntington Beach State Park, or visit some of the world’s most famous hammock shops in Pawleys Island nearby.  You’ll be located close to the Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk and near many areas rich in the history of our Low Country.

Before you make a final decision about which property will work best for your individual needs in Myrtle Beach, ask your BRG professional to schedule a visit to the available houses in Oak Forest. 

Myrtle Beach Real Estate for Sale in Oak Forest

Nearby communities within Market Common include Emmens Preserve, Sweetgrass Square, and Cresswind.

For more information on homes for sale in Oak Forest or about selling a home in Oak Forest contact us today!

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