Sitting on the Intracoastal Waterway, Barefoot Golf and Resort is home to 4 amazing first class golf courses: The Dye Club, The Fazio, The Love and The Norman, designed by golf royalty Pete Dye, Tom Fazio, Davis Love and Greg Norman. The resort was built to offer a golfing experience, unparalleled on the East Coast, with perfect weather and stunning Waterway vistas.
One of the newest Barefoot Resort Communities, Tuscan Sands, sits along the Intracoastal Waterway and the Norman Golf Course. Featuring 108 homes and home sites by D. R. Horton, this neighborhood offers houses that have a Mediterranean feel. Floor plans include 3-5 bedrooms in sizes from 2137 to 3330 sq. ft. with 2-3 car garages. The many luxurious upgrades include 11 foot ceilings, glass enclosed showers granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and much more.
Homebuyers receive a membership to the Dye Club which includes access to all four Barefoot golf courses for only the cart fee, The Dye Clubhouse, pool and hot tub and the Cybex Eagle Fitness Facility. Beautiful walking/biking trails wind through the neighborhood. Barefoot’s Bar and Grill, Barefoot Landing, the Pro Shop , the beach and so much more are all just a golf cart ride away and the Grand Strand and all that it offers is conveniently close
Living in Tuscan Sands is truly paradise for golfers and beach combers alike. Let us give you a tour of paradise. Call today to see homes for sale in Tuscan Sands at Barefoot resort.
This beautiful, two-story Mediterranean style home is located in the popular Tuscan Sands subdivision at Barefoot Resort and Golf. Exterior details include a tower entry ...
Listing courtesy of A.S. General Contracting, Inc. , Anthony Spano.
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