The Market Common Community along Myrtle Beach’s Grand Strand is an extraordinary blend of residences, shops, entertainment, and restaurants in a unique atmosphere made for walking, biking, and even roller blading. There are also amenities like a baseball field, soccer field, gated dog park, recreational facility, and an area for fireworks, concerts, or just relaxing.
Beazer Homes is developing a new community of single family homes called The Reserve at Market Common. When the neighborhood is fully developed it will have 100 homes and have its own community swimming pool.
The Reserve is conveniently located a short walk from all of the amenities in the Market Common area and close to public access beaches, The Costal Grand Mall and Myrtle Beach International Airport.
Beazer Homes has a reputation for building quality homes that spans 35+ years. With a building tradition that dates back to the 1600s this is a family business, and their name stands for innovation, craftsmanship and quality.
In the Reserve they are offering 5 – three/four bedroom floor plans, with standard features like 9 foot ceilings, ceramic tile in the foyer, Moen faucets, 42” cabinets and much more.
If you are looking for an extraordinary home for your extraordinary lifestyle, you must see the homes in The Reserve. There are even some homes that are ready to move into for those who just can’t wait to begin their new life. Call us today for a tour of the beautiful new homes in the Reserve at Market Common.
Model Home: Opportunity to buy in Market Commons' most popular community, The Reserve. This community offers a beautiful clubhouse and swimming pool, wide winding sidewa...
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