In between North Myrtle Beach and the area known as "Restaurant Row" sits the tiny town of Briarcliffe. Most of this little city within-a-city is a gated home community, but one part of it includes a nice residential condominium complex known as Briarcliffe West.
These condos are older, individualized to each owner, and offer a nice outdoor pool for the residents. The units are larger than most that are geared more for rental income, offering 2 and 3 bedrooms with spacious baths and private balconies. They are priced in the mid to high $100,000 range, and are a nice alternative for those who want to live close to Hwy 17.
The biggest draw for Briarcliffe West is the location...just a minute's drive to Barefoot Landing, the Myrtle Beach Mall, Walmart, Red Lobster, and all the many other restaurants between the two cities. Briarcliffe is exactly in the middle between Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach as well.
For more information or to view some of the available condos for sale at Briarcliffe, give us a call.
This Briarcliffe West unit is only 1 mile to the beach! This 2 bedroom, 1/5 bath unit features a large living area, spacious bedrooms with a jack and jill bathroom , lar...
Listing courtesy of CENTURY 21 Thomas , Bill Bellamy.
This 2 bedroom 1st floor condo located in Briarcliffe West awaits you! Your completely remodeled kitchen features a mirror backspash, new countertops, custom cabinetry, s...
Listing courtesy of Century 21 The Harrelson Group , Darren Stack.
3Br/2Ba unit in Briarcliffe West. Unit features wood floors and a large back patio. Close to Barefoot Landing with dining, entertainment, and shopping. Just minutes to Ba...
Listing courtesy of Beach Realty Group , Blair Higdon.
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