The Village at the Glens
is a gated golf resort community that is not
age-restricted but tends to attract a more mature
demographic (owners are a mix of vacation owners,
second home owners and retirees). The primary draw
here is the Heather Glen Golf Course, a
championship, 27-hole (3 nines) course that has won
numerous accolades, including being named by Golf
Digest as the "#1 Public Golf Course in
America" when it opened in 1987, and all
residences are nestled along its fairways.
This is a condominium and town home development. Condos
have 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and 1,040 sq. ft. Town homes
("villas") have 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths and from 1,300 sq.
ft. to 1,522 sq. ft. Standard features include 9-ft.
ceilings, ceramic tile foyers, custom cabinetry and wireless
internet accessibility, as well as many others. Prices are
reasonable, starting at $169,900 for the condominiums and at
$199,900 for the town homes (and some units come
furnished). HOA dues range from $183 per month to $293
per month, depending on the size and location of the unit.
Included in the HOA feees are exterior maintenance, water, sewer,
cable TV, lawn upkeep, access to the pool facility and more.
Visit www.villageattheglens.com for more information.
In addition to the Heather Glen Golf Course, homeowners have access to three
other championship courses - the Shaftesbury Glen Golf and Fish Club, the
Possum Trot Golf Course and the Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links, which is
right next door. With 48 hours' notice, owners play for free, except for
the golf cart fee, as do three family members or guests (a dress code is in
place). There are, though, dues of $350 a year. Residents
also have access to a practice facility complete with a driving range, putting
green, chipping and bunker area. The Heather Glen Pub is also the home of
delicious breakfasts and lunches, not to mention an array of cocktails.
The Village at the Glens Golf Resort is located in Little River, just north
of Myrtle Beach. The Grand Strand, a 60 mile stretch of beaches with
hundreds, if not thousands, of restaurants, shops, theaters, hotels and more
than 200 golf courses, begins in Little River and is a popular tourist
destination. This is the place for a fun, active retirement!
For those without a car, Coast RTA provides local bus service throughout the
This area sees 215 sunny days a year, and the water temperature
averages 66 degrees. The average January high is 56 degrees, and the
average July high is 88 degrees. Relative humidity averages 65%.
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