The Market Common is centrally located on the old Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, and is just minutes to the beach. Popular with both tourists and locals, Market Common offer endless options of entertainment, shopping and fine dining. This section of Myrtle Beach is truly special, with Market Commons offering many different style homes, including townhomes, cottage style homes, patio homes and so much more!
The Market Common has much more to offer than just great amenities! Horry-Georgetown Technical College is located in the area, as well as Crabtree Gymnasium, Soccer Fields, Baseball fields, Basketball Courts, and MUCH more! Great for all types of families, the Market Common has so much to offer! For more information on The Market Common, call our office at (843)796-2111.
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One of the first communities to be built on the old Myrtle Beach Air Force Base is The Cottages at Farrow Parkway in Market Commons. This ncommunity is filled with (...read more)
Cresswinds is also located in Market Commons, and caters to the active adult lifestyle. Close to all of the great amenities (...read more)
Emmen's Preserve at Market Common offers many different housing styles, all built by the nationally recognized home builder, Lennar Homes. There are (...read more)
A beautiful new community located in The Market Common is Highlands at Wither's Preserve! Wither's Preserve is close to all of the great amenities The Market Common has to offer (...read more)
The Reserve at Market Common is a single family community offering around 110 homes when construction is finished. This section of Market Commons has easy access (...read more)
Located at The Market Common, this section of homes were built in the 1950's for men and women serving in the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. In the early 1990's, the base closed (...read more)
Sweetgrass Square community is located in the old Myrtle Beach Air Force Base within The Market Common! This community is filled with small single family homes and offers a (...read more)
Windsor Gates is a quaint townhome community settled on the old Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, which is now Market Common. In the early 1990's the base closed and (...read more)
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