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Legends Homes for Sale: Single Family Homes and Condos

Posted On 20-01-2012

 Legends Homes for Sale: Single Family Homes and Condos

 

Are you looking for a property within a golf course community? Myrtle Beach in South Carolina would be the perfect beach city for you. Legends, Myrtle Beach is among the most popular and interesting residential centers for homebuyers who prefer to be in a golf course area. The Legends has the advantage of having not just one, not two, but five world-class golf courses: Parkland, Moorland, Heathland, Heritage, and Oyster Bay.
 
There is an interesting array of property opportunities within Legends, Myrtle Beach. Legends homes for sale could be single family homes or condominium units. You could have many choices if you intend to buy and own a property in the area. 
 
Sago Plantation and Parkland is the residential center for you if you prefer private and customized houses set within an alluring wooded area. This sub-community has numerous Legends homes for sale that are ideal for families. Single family homes are the best and popular offerings for homebuyers here. The dwellings are constructed on huge lots, which are very near golf courses and which facilitate picturesque lake views. Do you want to live in style? You would not surely be able to resist the lush.
 
Turnberry Park has interesting golf course villas. Legends homes for sale here generally feature two bedrooms, huge living rooms, fully equipped kitchens, and full baths. Aside from those, the village adopts Scottish Style theme and living. An onsite housekeeping service and house rental company makes the area ideal for second or investment houses. 
 
Lastly if you want townhomes or condos, Legends Myrtle Beach has Gleneagles. Available units have sizes that range from about 1,300 heated square feet to 2,000 heated square feet. Any of the units could be purchased and owned as your primary residence, as a second home, or as an investment property.