A classy alternative to condo living, Heron Bay townhouses offer everything a homeowner could want in fine resort living. Fronting Barefoot Resort’s acclaimed Norman Golf Course, these 3-bedroom 2-story townhomes average around 1,800 square feet with prices from the lower to upper $200s. Homes feature both golf course and pond views. Features include private garages as well as private screened in porches. Each home comes with full-service kitchens and washer/dryer units and everything needed to make them a great choice as a primary or secondary home, retirement home or vacation rental.
With its own community pool just steps away as well as a grilling and picnic area, ownership at Heron Bay also includes all of the many amenities Barefoot Resort is famous for, starting with its four great golf courses, rated year after year as some of the nation’s best. And if that’s not enough golf, you can always try one of the more than 120 area courses. Homeowners and their guests can also enjoy the many miles of scenic pathways crisscrossing the resort’s beautiful 2,300 acres, perfect for biking and walking. For the fisherman, there’s the nearby North Myrtle Beach landmark, the Cherry Grove Pier, as well as Barefoot Resort’s Yacht Club Marina offering complete services for boaters as well as equipment rental. Near the Marina is the resort’s main pool, a gigantic saltwater pool overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway.
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Pristine three bedroom, two and a half bath end unit with a 2-car garage in desirable Heron Bay at Barefoot Resort. Lightly used as second home and NEVER RENTED (althoug...
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