Situated in the West Lake community of The Market Commons is 1368 Culbertson Avenue. This home is the top-rated and exceptionally well designed Citadel floor plan. Your new home is approximately one mile to The Market Commons town center and 2.7 miles to the Atlantic Ocean. Indeed just a golf cart ride away from everything you need. Greeted by wide hallways, high ceilings, and windows at every turn this open floor plan has many desirable upmarket features. The kitchen has a massive work island, walk-in pantry, natural gas range, tile backsplash, and a breakfast bar. A centrally located family room is perfect for entertaining or a quiet evening watching a movie. Flanking the family room is an oversized first-floor master suite with tray ceilings, walk-in closet, double sink, vanity, garden tub, and walk-in shower. A huge screen porch on the back side of the home will provide countless hours of relaxation. Rounding out the main level are two spacious guest bedrooms that share a "Jack & Jill" bathroom. Upstairs you will find two large bedrooms. The bedroom on the front side of the has dormer that is perfect for a desk or separate sitting area. The bedroom on the back side of the home can function as a fifth bedroom, media room, game room, or play area. Both bedrooms have walk-in closets and share a hall bathroom. The Market Common district is a 114-acre upscale shopping and service-based community located on the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and has become one of the most desired areas to live along the Grand Strand. The Vacation Life you deserve starts at 1368 Culbertson Avenue.
Listing courtesy of JTE Real Estate , Jason Ellis. Selling Office: The Hoffman Group , Clint Ayers Team.
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