The 2014 Grand Strand real estate market finally saw what many have been predicting for many years, an upswing in prices and number of properties sold. Prices began to rise and more consumers were finally making the decision to buy or sell in 2014. This trend was also seen in our luxury home market. As the new year begins I thought it would be fun to share what the 10 most expensive homes sold along the Grand Strand were in 2014.
Below is a list of the 10 most expensive residential homes that sold according to the Coastal Carolinas Association of REALTORS®. This list does not include commercial property or vacant land:
10: 157 Prospect Point Loop Georgetown, SC 29440- $1,975,000
This 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath home in DeBordieu Colony built in the year 2000 features over 5,300 square feet under roof with an in ground pool and private boat dock. It was listed by Perry Peace and sold by Geoffrey Groat, both of DeBordieu Colony Real Estate.
9: 1207 Debordieu Boulevard Georgetown, SC 29440- $2,100,000
This beach house featured 6 bedroom 6.5 bath was also located in DeBordieu Colony. This spacious home is over 7,400 square feet under roof. The ocean views from the living room and private deck on the master bedroom made this property very popular. This home also had an elevator to make traveling between levels a breeze. Property was listed by Geoffrey Groat and sold by Perry Peace, both of DeBordieu Colony Real Estate.
8: 4902 North Ocean Boulevard North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582- $2,100,000
This luxury ocean front 7 bedroom 7.5 bath home in North Myrtle Beach showcased a pool, hot tub, private walk way to the beach, outdoor stainless gas grill, and a gourmet kitchen that chefs would love! This was a new construction home built in 2014 with over 6,400 square feet. Listed by Kim Stevens of RE/MAX Southern Shores & sold by Robin Allen of Coldwell Banker Chicora.
7: 29 Beach Walker Court Georgetown, SC 29440- $2,106,000
Home features 6 bedrooms and 7 full baths. Built in 2004 this home is rather spacious with over 7,600 square feet. Listed by Perry Peace of DeBordieu Colony Real Estate and sold by Darissa Thompson of The Lachicotte Company.
6: 1202 North Ocean Boulevard North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582- $2,265,000 (pictured above)
This stunning 6 bedroom, 4 bath ocean front home in North Myrtle Beach featured spacious rooms with fantastic ocean views. Built in 2005 and meticulously maintained with plenty of upgrades throughout and over 7,000 square feet definitely helped to sell this awesome ocean front property in North Myrtle Beach.
Home was Listed by Scott Ellis & Ty Bellamy RE Sales Team of RE/MAX Southern Shores and sold by Joyce White of White Shoreline Realty.
5: 1357 South Waccamaw Drive Garden City Beach, SC 29576- $2,400,000
Home was built in 2011 and features 8 bedrooms and 8.5 baths. This oceanfront home was being sold furnished and featured great views of the ocean from many rooms in the house. According to the listing agent this property also had great rental history, an inground pool and over 7,000 square feet. Kevin DeRenzo of Beach Realty South was both listing and selling agent.
4: 101 Atlantic Avenue Pawleys Island, SC 29585- $2,825,000
This unique 6 bedroom 5.5 bath ocean front property was surrounded by water on three sides. Features include a home theater room, elevator, floating dock, and so much more. Listed by Walter Mc Elveen of Pawleys Island Realty and was sold by Perry Peace of DeBordieu Colony Real Estate.
3: 1301 Norris Drive Pawleys Island, SC 29585- $3,152,500
This fabulous 5 bedroom, 5 and 2 half bath home in Pawleys Island featured both great ocean views and also creek front views. Built in 2001 with over 6,000 square feet this home boasted 20′ ceilings. Listed by Jamie Beard of The Litchfield Company and sold by non MLS agent.
2: 451 Beach Bridge Rd Pawleys Island, SC 29585- $3,200,000
6 Bedrooms, 6.5 baths are in this special ocean front home situated on over 1 acre of land. Finding an ocean front home with this much land is quite a rare find in our area. The home was built in 2001 and has over 6,000 square feet and is a chefs dream kitchen with two of every appliance. Property was listed and sold by Martin Phillips of The Litchfield Company.
1: 164 Colony Pointe Drive Georgetown, SC 29440- $4,650,000
It’s no surprise that the most expensive home sold in 2014 was located in DeBordieu Colony as four of the ten most expensive homes on our list are located in this development. This majestic home featured breathtaking views of the Atlantic Seaboard. The property had been fully renovated over an 18 month period in which no expense was spared. The master suite occupies the top level and has retractable walls to provide complete unobstructed views for miles.
This home was also the largest of our 10 most expensive homes sold along the Grand Strand in 2014 with over 9,400 square feet. Listed by Geoffrey Groat and sold by Troi Kaz, both of DeBordieu Colony Real Estate.
So what does this mean for 2015? Personally I think we will continue to see this trend continue of more luxury properties selling this year. As mentioned the other day, this year has started off faster than any other in the past 8 years with a 300% increase in real estate inquiries.
I think one thing that will help push to make our Myrtle Beach luxury market even stronger is the great values on property here compared to other parts of the country. Remember the other week when I shared about the property for sale in California for 195 million dollars? You can definitely find luxury homes here for a fraction of the cost.
Check out below our current luxury homes for sale in Myrtle Beach. They are listed from most expensive to least.
Go here if you would like to see a complete list of current Myrtle Beach Luxury Homes for sale. Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have or if you would like to schedule an appointment to view one of these homes. If none of these homes meet your current needs, you can register an account for free and receive new listings straight to your inbox as new properties hit our market.
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