A fantastic community in North Myrtle Beach’s world-class Barefoot Resort, Bridle Ridge residents get the best of two worlds, enjoying a great resort lifestyle and a great neighborhood that’s perfect to raise a family, retire or just to play golf whenever you want.
The 75 homes in this quality Centex built neighborhood feature 2-3 bedrooms with a comfortable mix of Lowcountry, traditional, contemporary and ranch designs and are attractively priced to sell at $200K-$300K. Many of the neighborhood’s homes feature mature landscaping with floor plans that range from casual to formal. Depending on the home style, other features include fireplaces, ceramic tiling, breakfast nooks, walk-in closets, Jacuzzi tubs, sunrooms and patios. Some homes feature hardwood-floored third bedrooms perfect for a formal dining room or study.
Affordable homeowners’ fees cover the basic necessities of cable television, Internet and telephone service as well as helping support the free shuttle service to the Barefoot’s private and exclusive beach cabana. The neighborhood is close the resort’s Residents Club, which features a massive pool, state of the art exercise facility, tennis and basketball courts, library, game room and much more. Plus the full-featured clubhouse is perfect for entertaining, neighborhood parties or large get-togethers of any type.
Like Barefoot Resort’s other 27 neighborhoods, ownership comes with Barefoot Resort’s outstanding package of amenities, including a variety of pools, including one of South Carolina’s largest and certainly its most beautiful overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway. There’s also the full-service Barefoot Marina and of course golf on four of America’s greatest courses – the Norman, Dye, Love and Fazio. Owners also enjoy miles of beautiful paths through the resort’s 2,300 acres of subtropical paradise, perfect for biking, jogging or evening strolls. And while the neighborhood is convenient to many of the great attractions that have made the Grand Strand one of America’s favorite destinations, the unique pleasures of Barefoot Landing are particularly close at hand. Home to more than 150 shops, restaurants and other attractions, it’s internationally known as much for its waterfront beauty as it is for its many fine merchants.